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The Heretic Printmakers Present A Mix & Gallery Of Choice Daubings
The Quietus , April 8th, 2011 10:50

Official printmakers to The Quietus celebrate tonight's warehouse party with Rough Trade Shops with a mix and gallery of their working practise.

Whenever we at the Quietus are in need of a poster producing for one of our fine nights of musical entertainment in London town, we hie around the corner to the studios of the Heretic printmakers. This is not merely because they, like us, are called Luke and John (though they do have a Therese instead of a Ben working with them) but because we’re rather partial to their skills with the ink, screens, and large presses that look like something from the Spanish Inquisition. Rough Trade Shops and Le Gun magazine feel a similar way, which is why they’re all teaming up for a gig in East London tonight that features the ace Action Beat and Bo Ningen live, plus DJ sets by Caribou, Kutmah and Cloaks. Find out more at the Rough Trade website. To commemorate and celebrate this fine night out, the Heretic Printmakers have done us a Friday mix of the music they like to listen to as they go about their business, and have given us some pictures of their work and studio. You can find out more about Heretic over at their blog. Hit the image below to see a gallery of their working process.

HERETIC QUIETUS MIX by Hereticheretic

Vladislav Delay - 'Melankolia' (edit)
Bhimsen Joshi - 'Raga Malkauns'
Pan Sonic - 'Telakoe'
Vyto B - 'Happy'
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - 'She's My Girl'
Bubonic Plague - 'Debbiegetthefuckoutofmyhouse'
Howard Shore - 'Scanning the Computer'
Factory Floor - 'A Wooden Box'
Hype Williams - 'Track 2'
Artist Unknown - '3'
The Rebel - 'On My Own'
John Maus - 'Less Talk More Action'
Panda Bear13 - 'Drone'
Schtikytape - 'RahHsoNG'
Akio Suzuki - 'Aeolian Harp'
Takemura Nobukazu - 'Ice Fall'
Lamb Jacuzzi - 'Untitled 9'
The Cure - 'In Your House'

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