Official video clip for “Inhale” is out
created by Johan Andjerson.
Official video clip for “Inhale” is out
created by Johan Andjerson.
Artoffact Records re-issues Inhale on double-vinyl with all-new cover art and three previously unreleased bonus tracks.
The vinyl comes in two editions, audiophile black and a limited (100 copies worldwide) translucent blue for collectors.
Self Control 4:01
Secret Place 3:52
To The End 4:47
Come On Now 3:58
Never Stop 4:21
August Day 5:00
Over And Over 4:05
End Is A New Start 3:57
Can You Stop Me (Extendead Version) 7:34
Come on Now [ext mix] 5:48
Secret Place [ext mix] 5:28
To The End [ext mix] 6:12
SIDE D tracks not available anywhere else!
Marsheaux’s “Inhale” Black Vinyl 2LP order here
Marsheaux’s “Inhale” Translucent Blue (Limited) 2LP order here
We feel really honoured to feature in the first issue of Electronic Sound Magazine.
Electronic Sound is a fully interactive iPad magazine about electronic music and is OUT NOW!
Inside, besides MARSHEAUX you’ll find interviews with KARL BARTOS, OMD, DAVE CLARKE, MICHEAL ROTHER,TOMORROW’S WORLD, GARY NUMAN, UTAH SAINTS, MESH, VILE ELECTRODES, GHOST CAPSULES and many many more. There are also reviews of the latest electronic music releases with “Inhale” among them.
You can check the Electronic Sound Promo Clip here and download the magazine here.
We are very happy to announce that “Inhale”, the limited edition 7” white vinyl release and the limited edition double CD of our new album “Inhale”, plus unreleased remixes of selected tracks from “Inhale” and “Lumineux Noir”, are now available to pre-order.
The 7” is pressed for the Record Store Day 2013 on white vinyl and comes in a superb embroidered outer sleeve/envelope.
Limited to 300 copies!
(All copies that will be ordered through Undo Store will be sent out signed from us).
Digital release and LP to follow.
Both 7” and the Cds will be shipped out on April 25th.
Marsheaux’s “Inhale” White Vinyl 7” (7UN40) pre order now
Marsheaux’s “Inhale” Album CD (CDUN41)(+ Bonus Cd with unreleased remixes.250 Limited. Exclusive Offer Through UndoRecords store) pre order now
We didn’t want to post this yesterday because you’d think of it as a lie of the April Fool’s Day.
Finally, our new album, titled “Inhale” will be out on April, 22nd 2013 via Undo Records. Fresh new sounds by Marsheaux with a bombastic but delicate electro goodies. Two days before this date, a 7” single will be out, in coloured vinyl, in limited quantity of 300 copies, just to empower the cause and the appeal of the Record Store Day 2013.
With the initial 250 orders through the Undo Records official site as well as through selected online record stores (the list will be announced, next week), the buyers will receive a bonus cd with unreleased remixes.
This is our first single “Inhale”:
It’s not going to be very long until our new work, titled “Inhale”, will see the light of the day!
We know some of you have been really anxious while waiting for it! You’ve already heard our album opener “Alone” at The Electricity Club and now it’s time for a teaser with our new stuff!
Thank you for the support you’ve been giving us all these years and…..
Teaser track listing
An artificially intelligent Vocoder and its human owner find themselves in a romantic rivalry over a woman. Sounds familiar ?
Few days prior to Christmas and even fewer before the end of the world, we decided to experiment in a different direction onto our all time classic “computer love”.
“Computer Love” is the first trk we wrote together back in 2003 and it was our first musical child…
there is a great story behind this track , that keeps us together all these years!
We added a christmas touch , which sounds a bit melancholic but in the end, it leaves you with a strong positive feeling!
Merry Christmas and Happy 2013 to all!!
There’s only been a month since we got back home from the TEC002 event.
For once again we missed Fotonovela.(sorry …again boys) .Its like a curse never to see them perform.
We also lost those great stories Rusty Egan said before his DJ set about John Foxx, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode etc.
We were very happy though that people enjoyed the entire show and it was a really great surprise that they liked our 2 new songs (Inhale and Come On Now). Especially Come On Now seems to become a live favorite as we played it again at the encore.
The biggest surprised was when Rusty Egan joined us on stage playing pads on . For sure that was the best moment of the event.
After the show we had the honour to get introduced to Rusty. He’s friendly ,warm and elegant,…he looked great in his black suit and his smile is disarming. It’s a pity we didn’t have the time to chat a bit. We would then have asked him which debut album was better in 1981 : Duran’s s/t LP or Spandau’s “Journeys To Glory”:DDD…
Yesterday we learned that Nick , George ( Undo Records boys) and Rusty will collaborate to release a cd box set from the Blitz years!!
Finally we must thank Chi ,Paul , Lola,Robert and Latex for all their support, all these years. Its always a pleasure when we meet all together. To know that when we feel stressed on stage there are “our ” people in the audience to support us…..
After numerous discussions/arguments between us and Undo Records (if it’s politically correct to release the Cd in this sleeve), “we” decided to release this compilation with unreleased material from our archives. You will find it at our forthcoming concerts (although a very limited quantity will be sold through Undo Records store from June 1st).
Some of the tracks are first time released on CD, some other are unreleased, you can find demos, rejected trks and unreleased cover versions.
We sold 60 of them at our gig at Ballyhoo London. All the people who bought the cdrs and gave their email addresses to Lola at the merchandise desk, will receive the factory printed silver CD within the first week of June. You will be noticed by email from the “Undo Records” boys.
The full trk listing:
1. Bizzare Love Duo The B-Side to the ‘Ghost’ 7” single. You can easily hear our Front 242 influence in the bass line. This was originally going to be the A-Side and ‘Ghost’ as the B-Side, but UNDO Records thought differently so the sides were reversed.
2. FischerPrice Undo Records in collaboration with Greek music magazine POP+ROCK, released a CD LM.END_1 with unreleased tracks and exclusive remixes from the UNDO’s archives. Our participation was this track which was inspired by an ironic comment from the internet referring to our music as “music for Fisher-Price toys”.
3. Now And never This was one of the first tracks we recorded for our debut album ‘E-Bay Queen’. Unfortunately we never got around to adding vocals or finishing it, so it remains an instrumental out-take only.
4. Eyes Without A Face Our cover of the Billy Idol classic was meant to surface in 2010 on an 80’s tribute CD which never saw the light of day. The original was one of our favourite songs in the 80’s and we really love this cover of it.
5. Inside This was the first rejected track from our 4th album ‘Inhale’. The working title was Thirteen/True.
6. Do You Feel ? This was the second rejected track from ‘Inhale’. We received many messages asking for it to be included in the new album, the best comment was “it’s like Giorgio Moroder remixes something from Curve’s classic album Doppelgänger, which makes for a superb meeting of synthesizer Disco and Shoegaze”
7. Ghost/Hammer (Smash Up) A superb mash-up that we did for our DJ sets. Fotonovela’s ‘Hammer’ was a hit in Greece and was used for a Nissan Micra TV campaign. It is incredible how well it blends with ‘Ghost’.
8. Empire State Human We did this Human League cover for the Electronically Yours Event (11/10/2007) and played it live there for the first time. It appeared only on the promo CD’s for ‘Peek-A-Boo’. These CD’s were sent to Greek journalists and also given away with initial orders of our second album ‘Peek-A-Boo’ from the UNDO Records store. Remains a live favourite.
9. Sadly After the success of ‘E-Bay Queen’, we took a month off and went on vacation. Returning sun-kissed and relaxed we wrote this track. It was the first track we recorded and finished for ‘Peek-A-Boo’ but also the first track we rejected. As time went by we grew to like it more and more and it finally appeared on the magnificent ‘Electronically Yours’ CD.
10. How Does It Feel ? Tucked away on the ‘Breakthrough Remix EP’, a superb track that Out Of Line wanted to include on our third album ‘Lumineux Noir’, but we decided to keep it back for the remix EP, and now for here.
11. Regret (Version 2) Maybe the last good song from New Order, and one of our favorites by them. Our original cover (Version 1) appeared on ‘Peek-A-Boo’. Again, like ‘Empire State Human’, this version only appeared on the ‘Peek-A-Boo’ Promo CD.
12. She’s Leaving If we had to name one band that has had the biggest influence on our sound it would be Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. Here is our cover/tribute to a classic track from one of the greatest synth albums of all times ‘Architecture & Morality’. While the version with our vocals and Andy McCluskey’s was premiered through the Official OMD website, this version with just our vocals has never been available anywhere before now.
13. Fly Away Recorded directly after our cover of the Lightning Seeds ‘Pure’, it was never finished until the day that the boys from UNDO Records sent it to the Cosmopolitan magazine editor. She loved it, and it turned into ‘Cosmogirl’ for their TV campaign.
14. Cosmogirl Cosmopolitan magazine TV campaign spot.
When EMI sent us the song, our first thoughts were memories of the music of Stavros Xarchakos, the movie ” Girls In the Sun “, Elena Nathanael, the cosmopolitanism of Clearchus Konitsiotis and black and white films of 60′s. So we started to do the remix with these images in mind and wanted to stay loyal to this climate, despite of our familiar synth pop style. It is very strange and exciting at the same time, to work on the music of a singer whom you did not know. It gives you the necessary space of freedom to work according to your own experiences, to project your memories and aesthetics in someone else’s music. We believe that the result vindicates our effort and we thank Saori Yuki for her receptivity to it.