Julian Cope presents Head Heritage

Check out these two new album soundtracks from Cope's acclaimed novel. 

URTHONA PLAYS ATLANTIS?

‘Two spontaneous pyroclastic emissions’

Here’s the first new soundtrack album for 2016 from Cope’s acclaimed novel One Three One. Composed and performed by Devizes’ guitar hero Urthona, this Atlantis? album purports to be the work of Sardinian cave anarchists led by a 15-year-old sub-Hendrix. So look out for colossal overdriven mung worship of the highest lo-fi frequencies.  Clad in your typically exquisite Urthona packaging, this is the first ‘proper’ CD from this artist – eschewing his normal CD-R activities in favour of more Hollywood possibilities. C’mon!

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JUDGE BARRY HERTZOG - THE BEST OF SLAG VAN BLOWDRIVER

Here’s the second new soundtrack from Cope’s novel One Three One, herein performed by Cope himself with synthesist Holy McGrail supplying all manner of sonic drop-outs and FX. Purported to have been performed live by arch villain Judge Barry Hertzog at late ‘80s raves throughout N. Netherlands, this album comprises just two 25-minutes-plus post Klaus Schulzean power drives of the minor chord variations. Clad in a glossy miniature LP gatefold sleeve, just watch the time disappear with this BEST OF SLAG VAN BLOWDRIVER.

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