Tag: The KLF
‘Who Killed The KLF?’ premiering at Fantastic Fest 2021
Everybody’s favourite murder mystery is finally hitting the silver screen as, after being ten years in the making, Chris Atkins’ feature documentary Who Killed The KLF? will premier at Fantastic Fest in Texas this Saturday.
Fried & Justified
In Fried & Justified Mick Houghton looks back at his life-spanning career in the music business and the bands and artists he has worked for as publicist. Along with Scott Piering, Houghton probably was the main public voice of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty and the link between the band…
The White Room (The KLF 1989 Director’s Cut)
The White Room (Director’s Cut) is the fourth entry in the Samplecity Thru Trancentral series, released on all major streaming services on 23 April 2021. It is the first chapter not explicitely announced on the original flyposter. The Director’s Cut is meant to fill a historic gap between the scrapped…
Solid State Logik 2 (12″ Master Mixes 1989-2017)
Published on 22 March 2021, Solid State Logik 2 compiles the extended singles and B-sides released on KLF Communications between 1989 and 1992 (and beyond as suggested by the compilation’s subtitle).
Come Down Dawn
Come Down Dawn is an alternate version of Chill Out and the second entry in the Samplecity Thru Trancentral series, released on 4 Feb 2021.
Solid State Logik 1 (7″ Hit Singles 1988-1991)
Released on New Year’s Day 2021 Solid State Logik (Part 1) is the first in a series of digital re-releases compiling the works of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty released under their various guises between 1987 and 1992.
Streamtime In Lake Jackson
In a surprise move not even the most optimistic follower might have expected, a compilation called Solid State Logik has officially hit digital streaming services this morning, including all hit singles from The Timelords, The KLF and The JAMs released between 1988 and 1991.
Energy (DJ’s In The House)
Released in the UK by WGAF Records in 1990, the Energy (DJ’s In The House) compilation is the only source for Lenny Dee’s remix of Build A Fire, one of the very few remixes of a KLF track by a proper outside artist.
KLF vs Germany
KLF vs Germany was an ambitious yet short-lived project started by now defunct Berlin record label Blaou in 2005.
What Time Is Love? (The Monster Attack Mix)
The Monster Attack Mix is an unreleased, slighty more beat-driven version of The KLF’s original What Time Is Love? which adds some additional screams and monster noises (hence its name). Its drum pattern is similar to that of the remixes which appeared on KLF004R.