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LISTEN: Stream Greg Gives Peter Space's LP
Danny Riley , June 2nd, 2014 08:13

Hear the Peter Broderick and Greg Haines project's first release in full, ahead of European tour dates starting this week

Greg Gives Peter Space will release their self-titled mini-album on June 16 via Erased Tapes. The project is the collaborative work of British born, Berlin-based composer Greg Haines and American multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick, known for his past work with Nils Frahm and Efterklang. The album showcases the pair's "recent obsession with dub", and their use of analogue synths and vintage delay units, along with their choice of live mixing and tape recording, is an homage to producers of that genre. Promising "groovy rhythms, heavy bass and spacey synthesisers", the duo are keen to take their spaced-out dub to the live setting later in the year.

Ahead of its release, Erased Tapes have given us a first play of the LP in full; take a listen above and watch a trippy animation for 'A Clear View' below. Additionally, they'll be staging a two-man takeover of London this Thursday, June 5, playing NTS from 12-1 pm, an in-store DJ set at Phonica from 6-7 pm and a gig at Village Underground, before playing Norwich's Arts Centre the day after. Head to Erased Tapes' site for tickets, full tour details and to pre-order the album.