Nina Kraviz's GALAXIID imprint to reissue uncommon 1997 album from Solar X
Nina Kraviz’s GALAXIID label has introduced its second launch, detailing a reissue of Solar X’s uncommon 1997 album ‘X-Rated’.
The forthcoming reissue will see the album pressed onto wax for the very first time, with a digital launch additionally scheduled.
Originally releasing in February 1997, the sprawling venture is bound to search out new followers because it lands on Kraviz’ трип Recordings offshoot imprint subsequent yr. It follows up GALAXIID's inaugural launch, a reissue of Species Of Fishes' 1996 album 'Trip Trap'.
On the album Russian producer Solar X, aka Roman Belavkin, weaves by way of techno, IDM and electro for a sonic journey that has been described as a transportation to the, “unusual sonic world of an elusive 90s pioneer.”
Kraviz included a monitor from 'X-Rated' in her January 2018 Mixmag Cover Mix. Picking reduce 'Mistress Awaits You' she defined:
"This is a monitor from Solar X’s ‘X-Rated’ album that I’m placing out as a second launch on Galaxiid. I used to be honoured to fee one in all Keiichi Tanaami’s work (the wonderful Japanese artist with a severe psychedelic aspect in his work) for the paintings, and there might be extra to comply with."
GALAXIID will launch ‘X-Rated’ on February four. Tune in under to listen to clips from the forthcoming album.
Jasmine Kent-Smith is Mixmag's Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter