WDR005 – Magnofon – Lost Property EP

May 27, 2013

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Available now from Warehouse Decay, our fifth release sees the return of Magnofon – who contributed the first EP on WDR. His latest offering is titled ‘Lost Property’ and features five tracks spanning several sub genres of House and Techno. 

You can buy it from both Juno and Bandcamp

(Click on the hyperlink to visit the release page)

WDR005 sees the return of Magnofon, with a conceptual EP that sits perfectly in line with the theme that underpins the label.
Lost Property marks a progression from the sound which featured in his previous ‘Connection’; this time the sound goes deeper, reflecting the artist’s fascination with abandoned buildings and urban decay. The theme carries through via the track titles all the while reinforced by the striking cover artwork, taken by Simon James at the abandoned RAF Upwood site.
With the concept and a generous five tracks clocking in at over 34 minutes, you could even classify this latest Magnofon record as a mini album.

Magnofon is British producer Harry Towell who has over a decade of music-making experience. He also records ambient music as Spheruleus and as well as Warehouse Decay, he runs the Audio Gourmet and Tessellate labels. He got into House music whilst in his teens, building a collection of vinyl and eventually playing out in bars and clubs. His time spent as a DJ peaked around 2007 when he played alongside the likes of Fred Everything, Nathan Coles, Inland Knights, JT Donaldson, The Littlemen, Da Sunlounge and DIY. Shortly after, a change in circumstances meant that DJing had to be sidelined and that is when he began to create ambient music.
In 2012 he started recording House music again after being reunited with his record collection which had previously been kept in storage. Later in the year, his debut ‘Connection EP’ became the inaugral release on Warehouse Decay Recordings.

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