My Eye on You
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My Eye On You (To Reinvision)
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Toydrum release their first album since signing to Skint - My Eye On You (To Reinvision)'. 'To Reinvision' is a collective interpretation of the duo's catalogue to date and runs the gamut from Nick Cave's balladry to Trentmoller's drum and base tinted electronica. Limited edition double vinyl boxset with 12 page art book. 12 page booklet. Copper foil box. Double heavy weight vinyl. 14 tracks. Limited edition vinyl record box set and show booklet. Toydrum aka Griffith and Clements met as members of UNKLE and have released two critically acclaimed albums - Distant Focus Vol. 1 and Evangelist - under the Toydrum moniker. The latter featured the late musical maverick Gavin Clark most notably on the soundtrack for Shane Meadow's This Is England '90. The duo have created film soundtracks - Detour starring Emory Cohen, Tye Sheridan and Bel Powley, Alice Lowe's Prevenge and Solitudo and as yet to be released London Fields, starring Billy Bob Thornton, Jim Sturgess and Amber Heard. Their remix catalogue includes a remix of the year for Band Of Skulls and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
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Pretty much everything here is a rework or a remix of previous Toydrum or Evangelist (aka Gavin Clark) tracks.
Every track is a meditative soundscape. A very positive experience and with undertones of Cinematic Orchestra or Unkle (or even Tangerine Dream).
My slight gripe is that I shelled out the £50+ only to find that Gavin Clark (RIP) has - in some cases - been remixed almost entirely out of the equation.
On the plus side the Nick Cave/Warren Ellis rework of 'I've Got A Future' finds Nick mysteriously duetting with Gavin in an erethrel and satisfying way. A terrific track.
The Steve Mason rework of 'Just Like Going Home' is lovely too (and a bit Pink Floyd 'Comfortably Numb' in places).
The artwork by Kai and Sunny ('representing the shifting flow of time') works very well alongside the dreamy music.
This is a lovely chilled collection but I would suggest that it is to some extent for completists only. Indeed as only 250 exist you'll probably need to be fast in snapping one up.
If availability or budget defeat you then I'd recommend you seek out Gavin's 'Evangelist' album (which is the source for several of the tracks here anyway).