NOW PLAYING: ‘DISTRICTS ROADS OPEN SPACES’ by WARRINGTON-RUNCORN NEW TOWN DEVELOPMENT PLAN...
Updated: Jan 13
Yeah, that is the actual name of the band and album. This is the latest release by Gordon Chapman-Fox who goes by the snappy title of Warrington-Runcorn etc. etc. released via the excellent Castles In Space label.
As with his previous releases (the fantastically titled ‘Interim Report March 1979’ and ‘People And Industry’) this is another synth based album soundtracking the strange phenomenon of the new town.
Again, I’m talking about soundtracks, but it is definitely the right word to describe this album, it sounds like it should be in a public service film.
Apparently, this album is a journey in to future past. I don’t know what that means, what I do know is that this is yet another really good retro synth album from Chapman-Fox.
This is the super limited transparent ‘camouflage green’ edition (you can’t really see the effect from the picture). There are only 200 floating about so you had better be quick if this variant sizzles your bacon.
Tracks To Try: ‘Golden Square’, ‘The Key To A New Home Of Your Own’.