Doom Doom Doom
The Vinyl Factory has partnered with the Barbican and multi-media artist Doug Aitken for Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening. Throughout the 30 day period, The Vinyl Factory will be pressing limited edition vinyl on-site on the VF Press. Cold Cave, aka Wesley Eisold, recorded this edition as part of the original Station to Station, which crossed North America by train from Atlantic to Pacific over 24 days in 2013. Hand crafted artwork by Fraser Muggeridge Studio. Limited to 300 copies.
– Manufactured on The Vinyl Factory Press
– Music produced by Justin Stanley
– Limited Edition of 300
Cold Cave is the much loved electronic solo project of American musician Wesley Eisold, former vocalist of hardcore groups Give Up the Ghost and Some Girls. Producing a collage of darkwave noise and synthpop, Cold Cave have released two acclaimed albums on US label Matador.
‘Doom Doom Doom’ was recorded live on a moving train as part of the original Station to Station, which crossed North America by train from Atlantic to Pacific over 24 days in 2013. It has been pressed on-site at the Barbican Centre for Station to Station July 2015.
The Vinyl Factory has partnered American multi-media artist Doug Aitken and the Barbican to bring his acclaimed ‘Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening’ to the UK for a month-long, building-wide, art intervention, from Saturday 27 June – Sunday 26 July.
For the duration of the event, which features residencies, installations, live performances, workshops, screenings and more, The Vinyl Factory has created The Vinyl Factory Recording Studio to provide a space for musicians and artists to experiment and improvise and has installed The Vinyl Factory Press on-site to manufacture these recordings into vinyl editions.
|Dimensions||12 × 1 × 12 cm|
THE VINYL FACTORY / STATION TO STATION, 2015