stereo magic (portal in 13 parts)

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    Packaged in a custom made book bound gatefold sleeve and numbered insert. “Stereo Magic (portal in 13 parts)” is the new studio album by Randall Frazier’s project Orbit Service and follow up to the stunning 2011’s deep, melancholic “A Calm Note From The West” is set for release and a N. American tour on September 10, 2016 with The Legendary Pink Dots. Orbit Service have produced an even more emotional, sometimes cathartic album of spacy electronics, ambient, drones, collages, almost heart wrenching rhythms, intertwined with Frazier’s spot on vocal delivery and lyrics. This is the kind of album that sucks you in deeper and deeper with every listen. What is next? Another plane of orbits? The album includes contributions from Antenna, Armchair Migraine Journey, Ty Hodson and Dead Voices on Air. File under electronic psychedelia bliss with a dash of good ole loner psych bedroom weirdness.

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    Limited to 150 copies. Hand made cover art, numbered and signed, with hand made insert, each piece is unique. Begins shipping Sept 10, 2016.

    “Stereo Magic (portal in 13 parts)” is the new studio album by Randall Frazier’s project Orbit Service and follow up to the stunning 2011’s deep, melancholic “A Calm Note From The West” is set for release and a N. American tour on September 10, 2016 with The Legendary Pink Dots. Orbit Service have produced an even more emotional, sometimes cathartic album of spacy electronics, ambient, drones, collages, almost heart wrenching rhythms, intertwined with Frazier’s spot on vocal delivery and lyrics. This is the kind of album that sucks you in deeper and deeper with every listen. What is next? Another plane of orbits? The album includes contributions from Antenna, Armchair Migraine Journey, Ty Hodson and Dead Voices on Air. File under electronic psychedelia bliss with a dash of good ole loner psych bedroom weirdness.

    “With the sounding of a solemn phalanx of horns, Orbit Service begins its lonely patrol around the innermost sanctums of its own dark soul." - Splendid

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Packaged in a custom made book bound gatefold sleeve and numbered insert. “Stereo Magic (portal in 13 parts)” is the new studio album by Randall Frazier’s project Orbit Service and follow up to the stunning 2011’s deep, melancholic “A Calm Note From The West” is set for release and a N. American tour on September 10, 2016 with The Legendary Pink Dots. Orbit Service have produced an even more emotional, sometimes cathartic album of spacy electronics, ambient, drones, collages, almost heart wrenching rhythms, intertwined with Frazier’s spot on vocal delivery and lyrics. This is the kind of album that sucks you in deeper and deeper with every listen. What is next? Another plane of orbits? The album includes contributions from Antenna, Armchair Migraine Journey, Ty Hodson and Dead Voices on Air. File under electronic psychedelia bliss with a dash of good ole loner psych bedroom weirdness.

“With the sounding of a solemn phalanx of horns, Orbit Service begins its lonely patrol around the innermost sanctums of its own dark soul." - Splendid

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released September 10, 2016

orbit service - stereo magic (portal in 13 parts)

randall frazier: vocals, synths, samplers, electronics, mixing/mastering

additional synths on “turn into light” from kim g. hansen (antenna)
additional synth and electronics on “waiting for something” from armchair migraine journey
additional synths and vocals on “freezing” from mark spybey (dead voices on air)
cover art by daniel watts www.wattswork.com
layout and design by chris mcbeth

special thank you to chris at blrr.

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