Syrinx
Tumblers From the Vault

36,00

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why we love this

This 3LP compilation offers a warm mindtrip into the weird and wonderful world of Syrinx. The sound design is out of this world and seems to set an early template for the 'lo-fi' sounds you hear today. An amazing bundle of music exploration that will keep you surprised for years to come. Highly recommended for fans of the music by Sam Wilkes and Sam Gendel.

about the record

Syrinx was a Canadian electronic music group active from 1970 to 1972. Propelled by the electronic music compositions and keyboards of John Mills-Cockell, the group broke musical ground with their innovative use of the Moog Synthesizer and their world music inspirations.

Syrinx’s path veered from the dominant modes of 70s subculture, their version of chamber pop hybridized with wild, whimsical electronic experimentation charting new territory in the under and overground.

Formed by composer John Mills-Cockell after the dissolution of Intersystems, Syrinx’s two adventurous albums, Syrinx and Long Lost Relatives, endorsed the poetic potential of the avant-garde, subverting a turn of the ‘60s trend toward technological pageantry.

Tumblers From The Vault presents these two albums alongside the trio's unheard music, revisiting the Syrinx story and sharing their memorable, mind-bending melodies.

  1. A1 - Tumbers To The Vault 3:34
  2. A2 - Syren 6:09
  3. A3 - December Angel 8:57
  4. B1 - Ibistix 8:06
  5. B2 - Field Hymn (Epilogue) 2:54
  6. B3 - Tillicum 1:51
  7. B4 - Better Deaf And Dumb From The First 2:54
  8. B5 - Aurora Spinray 3:31
  9. C1 - Melina's Torch 2:59
  10. C2 - Journey Tree 4:51
  11. C3 - Field Hymn 1:50
  12. C4 - Chant For Your Dragon King 10:25
  13. D1 - Hollywood Dream Trip 5:14
  14. D2 - Father Of Light 2:17
  15. D3 - Appaloosa - Pegasus 11:34

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Syrinx
Tumblers From the Vault

36,00

in stock

  1. A1 - Tumbers To The Vault 3:34
  2. A2 - Syren 6:09
  3. A3 - December Angel 8:57
  4. B1 - Ibistix 8:06
  5. B2 - Field Hymn (Epilogue) 2:54
  6. B3 - Tillicum 1:51
  7. B4 - Better Deaf And Dumb From The First 2:54
  8. B5 - Aurora Spinray 3:31
  9. C1 - Melina's Torch 2:59
  10. C2 - Journey Tree 4:51
  11. C3 - Field Hymn 1:50
  12. C4 - Chant For Your Dragon King 10:25
  13. D1 - Hollywood Dream Trip 5:14
  14. D2 - Father Of Light 2:17
  15. D3 - Appaloosa - Pegasus 11:34

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why we love this

This 3LP compilation offers a warm mindtrip into the weird and wonderful world of Syrinx. The sound design is out of this world and seems to set an early template for the 'lo-fi' sounds you hear today. An amazing bundle of music exploration that will keep you surprised for years to come. Highly recommended for fans of the music by Sam Wilkes and Sam Gendel.

about the record

Syrinx was a Canadian electronic music group active from 1970 to 1972. Propelled by the electronic music compositions and keyboards of John Mills-Cockell, the group broke musical ground with their innovative use of the Moog Synthesizer and their world music inspirations.

Syrinx’s path veered from the dominant modes of 70s subculture, their version of chamber pop hybridized with wild, whimsical electronic experimentation charting new territory in the under and overground.

Formed by composer John Mills-Cockell after the dissolution of Intersystems, Syrinx’s two adventurous albums, Syrinx and Long Lost Relatives, endorsed the poetic potential of the avant-garde, subverting a turn of the ‘60s trend toward technological pageantry.

Tumblers From The Vault presents these two albums alongside the trio's unheard music, revisiting the Syrinx story and sharing their memorable, mind-bending melodies.

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