Thursday 14 August 2008


After nearly 9 months dormant, MM today announce the release of a brand new album from fresh Mordant recruit Mr. Maxted. 'Lives & Privacy (94-89)' collects 9 tracks from the analog synth archives of this Roehampton-based meddler on a beautiful grey vinyl platter.

  • Artist: Mr Maxted
  • Title: 'Lives & Privacy (94-89)'
  • Label: Mordant Music
  • Format: Grey vinyl album in PVC sleeve with corrugated stiffener & A5 insert
  • Cat. No: MM022
  • Release Date: 4th August 2008

  • Tracks: Conditioned / People I Know / He Is Not Complete / We Must Understand / Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah / Consequence / It Never Works (When You Want It To) / Perfect / Upon Satellite (Edit)

    Housed with a black corrugated stiffener & A5 'kit list' insert inside a PVC sleeve, this album is available now from this site ahead of other retailers at a series of prices according to location. If you're UK-based, you can buy the LP for £13, European customers can expect to pay £14, and it's £15 to punters residing anywhere else. More info:

    'Lives & Privacy (94-89)' brings together nine archive minimal synth tracks from the vaults of Roehampton's feral analog spectre Mr Maxted...residing somewhere in the sullied vein of early Portion Control/Severed Heads, these late eighties/early nineties tape emissions have only just seen the light of day...the deft lilting lines of 'Consequence' and 'People I Know' really hit the spot here in the Nesst and that's why MM decided to spank the vinyl Jodrell again...this album is full of depth, mood and mirth and we urge you to snap the fucker up before Scandinavia gets wind of it.

    No comments: