Hyperdub will release Lee Gamble’s Flush Real Pharynx LP next year. The album, described as a "triptych," is set to be released in three parts, and today the label has detailed In A Paraventral Scale, part one, scheduled for February 1 release. The other two parts will come out later in 2019 and will be complemented by a new audio-visual live show.
In a Paraventral Scale follows Gamble's Mnestic Pressure, also released on Hyperdub. We're told that it zooms in on the seductive/destructive nature of present-day reality through a symbolic prism inhabited by snakes, vehicles, and mirages. Gamble "exposes us to a new type of digital theatre, a unique and futuristic filmic world blurring the distinction between non-musical sound, music, and dancefloor, a push and pull between reality and fictional worlds."
Flush Real Pharynx is a sonic documentary, and loosely explores three stages of the "Semioblitz," the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces.
1. Fata Morgana
4. BMW Shuanghuan X5
6. In The Wreck Room
7. Many Gods, Many Angels
In A Paraventral Scale is coming out on February 1, with a video for "Many Gods Many Angels" below.