• Green ginger splatter vinyl edition.
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    Deluxe "green ginger" splatter vinyl edition.

    "The Twelve Hour Foundation have reached new levels of radiophonic and melodic excellence with this record. They obviously know and love their sources, but unlike many others working with these influences, it's no heavy handed historical re-enactment that falls back on lo-fi production or ponderous fictional back story. Instead it's a sparklingly produced, fresh distillation of the spirit and bright breezy feel of classic British library electronics and BBC recordings."
    Jim Jupp (Ghost Box Records / Belbury Poly)

    "The hauntologically-minded Bristol-based duo of Polly Hulse and Jez Butler follow their excellent 2013 debut ‘Lighter Side Of Concrete’ (made using only the sounds of household objects) with a second fulllength that doesn’t disappoint. With the gentle pulse/bird song field recordings of ‘Knowing You’re Here’, the chirpy Human League mew-mews of ‘Analogjam’ and the distant dancefloor thump of ‘Sprudel’, their self-defined pop concrète genre is one liking very much. A proper delight of a record."
    Electronic Sound Magazine

    Conceived and recorded following a performance in a decommissioned nuclear bunker, "tree little milk egg book and other non sequiturs" is the fourth release by The Twelve Hour Foundation. Its title – derived from an early ‘70s reading test - reflects the diverse nature of the pieces, which mix elements of musique concrète, treated field recordings, library music, early electronic pop and the Radiophonic work of John Baker and Paddy Kingsland.

    Includes unlimited streaming of tree little milk egg book and other non sequiturs via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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from tree little milk egg book and other non sequiturs, released August 31, 2018


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The Twelve Hour Foundation Bristol, UK

The Twelve Hour Foundation is an electronic/musique concrète group based in Bristol.

The line-up comprises Polly Hulse (analogue synth/rhythms) and Jez Butler (analogue synth/concrète sequences).

Live shows have included Supernormal Festival 2015, The Delaware Road, Reading, slots with Go Kart Mozart, Happy Meals and The Lovely Eggs.
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