Gazelle Twin/I Speak Machine
Exponentialism (Limited Edition)
Release Date: 10/05/2013
This limited edition EP (only 750 copies) features Gazelle Twin and I Speak Machine (Tara Busch's new project) who explore Foxx's lyrical themes and ideas on 4 beautifully executed cover versions which also relate strongly to their own work. I Speak Machine's take on 'My Sex' transforms it into a gigantic, cyber-sensual pop song, while 'I Want To Be A Machine' is a much darker, stranger transformation. Gazelle Twin has been planning a cover of Foxx/Gordon's 'Never Let Me Go' for a couple of years. In 2011 she told Artrocker Magazine: 'Never Let Me Go' is a mirage of maternal comfort in a toxic and unrelenting world. It's one of those songs I wish I'd made; drenched in analogue pulses and drones. a lullaby-like synth melody accompanying an android (yet emotional) dual-vocal part. I can definitely feel a cover coming on.' Meanwhile, Gazelle Twin's stark version of 'He's A Liquid' reveals a different side to her work as she delivers the surreal, dream-like lyrics in a voice that is completely different to the lullabying 'Never Let Me Go'.
1 I Speak Machine - My Sex
2 I Speak Machine - I Want To Be A Machine
3 Gazelle Twin - Never Let Me Go
4 Gazelle Twin - He's A Liquid