[song] Japanese Television – Space Fruit Vineyard (Gabe Gurnsey Remix)

A fantastic combo for today’s listening — electronic producer Gabe Gurnsey (who has also released an amazing album recently) remixed “Space Fruit Vineyard”, a hit by the UK’s number 1 space surf collective Japanese Television.

The song would be a part of Space Fruit Vineyard (Remixed) LP, set for release on November 25 via Tip Top Recordings.

We’ve also already heard Pye Corner Audio’s immense remix of “Sputnik Swimming”, and the album would also include reworks from such musicians as Parachute Girl (Simone Marie from Primal Scream), Sen Morimoto, The Orielles, Joshua James, Primitive Ignorant (Sym Gharial from the cult 00’s band The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster), psychedelic wizard Noon Garden and house legend Justin Robertson.

Check it out below and pre-order the release here.

[album] Gabe Gurnsey – Diablo

Last week Gabe Gurnsey (Factory Floor) unveiled his second solo record Diablo, which is out now through Phantasy Sound. A brilliant follow-up to PHYSICAL was created by Gabe together with his girlfriend, Tilly Morris, whose role is that of both muse and collaborator.

It is the best electronic release we heard this year — an absolute must-have album for everyone who likes big, ravey and bombastic sound. It has the spirit of the latest Factory Floor records but is massively boosted by Gabe’s own acidic style and charm.

Diablo is a long album, clocking in at around 53 minutes, but it passes so smoothly that it is impossible not to put it on a constant repeat. It is full of hooks that put the listener in a trance-like state and it is an appropriate record for all settings, whether it’s a solo listening at home, on the road, or at a noisy party. A pure and grandiose masterpiece.

Check it out below and purchase the LP here.