Time.Space.Repeat. Release their new album 'Lost Transmissions'
through www.samu.co.uk on the 12th of November.
Available as a physical CD from www.samu.co.uk it's made up of eleven
tracks, it's fifty minutes in length and contains the exclusive video
for the track 'Disaster Song'. Costing only five pounds, around four
pounds from each sale will be donated to Shelter.
You can hear streams of the whole album here:
Time. Space. Repeat. is an ever-shifting gestalt entity of spirits
contained within the glass jar of London. More than just another
shoegaze band, they aren't afraid to boldly plunder the
experimentalism of post rock. Aside from erroneous pigeonholes that
never fit, Time. Space. Repeat simply create music that is equal parts
beautiful and melancholic, optimistic and apocalyptic, this is
emotional, raw music that wears its heart on its sleeve.
'Lost Transmissions' is the second album from Time. Space. Repeat.
which features recordings of the whole band, including the highly
praised digital hit 'End of the World / No Laces' double A-Side
release, the tremulous melancholia of live favourite 'The Fear' and
new recordings like the startling, cascading call to arms that is
'Youth of America.' More song based than predecessor 'Early
Transmissions,' the mix is an even balance between vocal and
instrumental tracks. It captures a moment in time; it's a record you
simply must own.
Time. Space. Repeat. Launch their new album with a gig at Barden's
Boudoir on the release date (12th November).
'This is Sigur Ros territory but with a London landscape, and without
the budget. And anyway they're too cool to be part of any scene...
...Our new favourite band." Radio Caroline TV
'If there really is a shoe-gaze movement going on, then Time. Space.
Repeat. are definitely the torch bearers" Artrocker
"Londoners Time. Space. Repeat. are responsible for some of the most
touching drone tinged rock n roll I've heard in ages..."End of the
World" is like an Ian McCulloch penned anthem for a post-apocalyptic
28 Days Later landscape." Treblezine
"I would like to hear their music played against a backdrop of civil
war and social disharmony as those are the images press-ganged into my
brain when I hear this song. " Audiojunkies