TOUR

Starts in Blaue Perle Leipzig tonight. Seid bereit! Coming armed with vinyl copies of Quantitative Easing over a week before general release and a handful of Outstanding Debt on cassette.

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KORG MS20 mini £400

As heard on Die Kunst Der Blinden, Adverts 4 Suicide, Beautiful Boy and many many more! Includes Official Korg soft carry case worth £40. Has some cosmetic damage as shown. Korg MS20 mini with soft case.

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Casio Casiotone MT-65 £80

As heard on no previously released Gross Net track. Bought for the almost CR78/Suicide quality of the on-board drum machine. In great condition for an item from the 80’s (reminds us of someone else we know…) Casio Casiotone MT-65. Perfect Condition, Fully Working.

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Line6 m13 – £300

As heard on the drum track to Spiralling Down. Used by Philip more often on stage with Girls Names. 

 

 

 

 

 

LATEST DISPATCH FROM THE VAULT

 

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The British Broadcasting Corporation in Northern Ireland’s (BBCNI) Across the Line program have premiered the first track from the upcoming release Quantitative Easing. It is entitled Citadel Ghosts.

The BBC spokesperson says: “A palpable sense of paranoia and danger permeates this Lynchian slice of darkwave from Gross Net. Its relentless cyberpunk bassline is the backdrop to a sea of industrial synths and snarled vocals, which ramp up the sense of dread.”

Listen to it here via the BBC run website.