Earthquakes Usually Come Around At Night (5" edition)

by I/II

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released May 15, 2015

Synthetics, voices and treatments: I/II

with A BIG THANK YOU to Cerrie Osborne for gorgeous lead vocals on "When Love Was Here", Miroslav Piskulic for mastering, Richard Anderson and Microslav for technical and data supplies.

AN EVEN BIGGER THANK YOU TO Michael Giebl, Florian Gran, Philipp Bruch and everyone at Totally Wired Records and not forgetting all friends out there for their support. This compact disc was made with all of you in mind.

Insert painting, oil on canvas by Zlatan Vehabovic
("Rock Bottom Riser", 2013)

Tracks 1 - 5 also available on Totally Wired Records vinyl, cat. no. TWR020
via totallywiredrecords.bandcamp.com

*Tracks 6 - 12 available on CD only.

"Statues (3" version)" and "Target Groups" previously released as B14.30 (now out of print)

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0.5 Croatia

A tiny initiative started in 2009, 0.5 specialises in bringing out pop/noise records of sorts - so far, presenting music by Alone In Heaven, Videododir, Hemendex, SFT, Colin Lloyd Tucker, My Robot Friend, Soft Riot, Női Kabát, Mekanismo Va Morir, Popsimonova, Zarkoff, Split Personalities, Ilegalne emocije, The Bridge and I/II.


Forthcoming release:

"Crossovers" - a v/a double 5" compilation
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Track Name: Let's Call It a Day
"... let's step away from love and hate, troubling you and me..."
Track Name: Transmissions End
"... the madness goes on..."
Track Name: Tectonics (Transverse)
"Earth, fire at will..."
Track Name: Statues
"... a touch of acid here and there - and a touch of acid everywhere..."
Track Name: Function (Push to the Limit)
"... the truth, a lie - every word, it hurts so bad - remains absurd..."
Track Name: When Love Was Here*
"... gathered flowers have not grown..."
Track Name: Statues (3" Remix)*
"... her eyes and face burnt down and melt - a Pollock detail deeply felt..."