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LISTEN: Camera - Salamantra
Laurie Tuffrey , September 17th, 2014 05:12

From one of two Liverpool Psych Fest vinyl releases; plus, spoken word programme announced

As it if wasn't enough to be staging a host of ace head music, Liverpool's International Festival Of Psychedelia have now announced that they'll be releasing some too. There'll be a pair of vinyl releases available exclusively at the festival, running at Camp & Furnace and Blade Factory from September 26-27: a 7", the first in a series titled PZYK SEVENS, featuring a pair of artists on the bill, Zombie Zombie covering New Order's 'Blue Monday' B-side 'The Beach' and Orval Carlos Sibelius' 'Asteroids' from last year's Super Forma, as well as a 12" compilation, bringing together tracks from Goat, Allah-las, Black Mekon, Nueva Costa and Bonnacons Of Joy, as well as Berlin three-piece Camera, whose 'Salamantra' we've got a first play of - listen below:

Not only that, but the festival have announced their mammoth and truly excellent-looking ADVENTURES AT THE OUTER REACHES psych symposium, featuring a number of the Quietus' favourite writers and musicians, not least two of our contributors, with Julian Marszalek interviewing David Stubbs about his Krautrock history, Future Days. Take a look at the full line-up below, with tickets over at the festival website.

In the Cockpit With Rocket Recordings - 1.30 pm
Christopher Torpey (Bido Lito! magazine) - chair
Chris Reeder (Rocket Recordings)
Johnny O (Rocket Recordings)
Jimmy Martin (Teeth Of The Sea)

A Journey Through Cosmic Sweden / 2.30 pm
Dom Gourlay (DiS) - chair
Luke Reilly (PNKSLM)
Henric Herlenius (The Janitors)
Joel Borg (Luger)
Jocke Åhlund (Les Big Byrd)

Future Days: Krautrock And The Building Of Modern Germany / 3.30 pm
Julian Marszalek (The Quietus) - chair
David Stubbs (author)

Dark Arts Of The Eternal City / 4.30 pm
Joseph Stannard (The Wire) - chair
Nicola Giunta (Lay Llamas)

A New Frenchedelia / 5.30 pm
Nathaniel Cramp (Sonic Cathedral) - chair
Guillaume Paysant (Exploring Spastic Inevitable)
Tristan Gaudiaut (Exploring Spastic Inevitable)
David McKenna (French Music Export)
Julien Rohel (Clapping Music)
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