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SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.



Vessels

Vessels

SATELLITI
Macbeth
Wednesday 20 November 2013

£6 ADVANCE

Vessels return with the Elliptic EP, their first studio recording since their cover of James Holden’s remix of Nathan Fake’s ‘The Sky Was Pink’ in 2012. The release comes as the latest stepping stone in the band’s new musical direction. “We always talked about making the music more electronic, with more of a party vibe whilst still remaining a live band” says Lee J. Malcolm, a techno producer in his own right. “The people who have watched us over the years will have seen a steady influx of synths and other electronic devices creep onto stage. I think it was time to just embrace the idea fully and try something new.”

You can stream part of their EP here.

Vessels will be joined by label mates Satelliti.







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