Gardland
Syndrome Syndrome

21,45

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why we love this

Syndrome Syndrome has an enticing sound with a relentless drive. An true adreline rush.

about the record

Syndrome Syndrome, the debut album from Gardland, fuses human flaw and scattershot intuition with volatile machinery and chance-based composition.

The double LP explores the rugged tropes of wasted, improvised techno while exhibiting a stark emotive core, eliciting timbral intensity and questing pathos in equal measure. Imposing and muscular yet marked by frenetic finesse, Syndrome Syndrome is born from a dyslexic dialogue between man and machine.

Syndrome Syndrome was written and recorded in a small room over a series of slavishly inspired sessions. Living within earshot of each other, Murray and Smith bucked the unconventional confab this comfort allows in favor of a workingman’s deftness. In the middle of this process, Gardland’s primary synthesizers were stolen at a gig. Impervious and industrious, the blank slate catalyzed their creative flow instead of stunting it, eventually filling to the frame with the eleven uneasy pieces of Syndrome Syndrome.

  1. A1 - Grrone 2:13
  2. A2 - Syndrome Syndrome 4:42
  3. A3 - Katarakt 5:37
  4. B1 - One In None 4:34
  5. B2 - Ode To Ode 6:12
  6. B3 - Trepan Heke 4:24
  7. C1 - Magicville 4:34
  8. C2 - Ride Wid Me 5:59
  9. C3 - Success In Circuit 4:16
  10. D1 - Nothing But Not Zero 6:24
  11. D2 - Hell Flur 4:30

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Gardland
Syndrome Syndrome

21,45

in stock

  1. A1 - Grrone 2:13
  2. A2 - Syndrome Syndrome 4:42
  3. A3 - Katarakt 5:37
  4. B1 - One In None 4:34
  5. B2 - Ode To Ode 6:12
  6. B3 - Trepan Heke 4:24
  7. C1 - Magicville 4:34
  8. C2 - Ride Wid Me 5:59
  9. C3 - Success In Circuit 4:16
  10. D1 - Nothing But Not Zero 6:24
  11. D2 - Hell Flur 4:30

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why we love this

Syndrome Syndrome has an enticing sound with a relentless drive. An true adreline rush.

about the record

Syndrome Syndrome, the debut album from Gardland, fuses human flaw and scattershot intuition with volatile machinery and chance-based composition.

The double LP explores the rugged tropes of wasted, improvised techno while exhibiting a stark emotive core, eliciting timbral intensity and questing pathos in equal measure. Imposing and muscular yet marked by frenetic finesse, Syndrome Syndrome is born from a dyslexic dialogue between man and machine.

Syndrome Syndrome was written and recorded in a small room over a series of slavishly inspired sessions. Living within earshot of each other, Murray and Smith bucked the unconventional confab this comfort allows in favor of a workingman’s deftness. In the middle of this process, Gardland’s primary synthesizers were stolen at a gig. Impervious and industrious, the blank slate catalyzed their creative flow instead of stunting it, eventually filling to the frame with the eleven uneasy pieces of Syndrome Syndrome.

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