Print artwork from the No More Unto The Dance album.
“No More Unto The Dance is a reflection of nightlife memories and the search for the perfect transportative electronic beat, a collection of reverberations that have fragmented with the passing of time; a mixtape that envisions echoes of times lost in the once seemingly endless dreams of a club… the world in which this recording was made does still come alive at night but it is more likely to be the nocturnal foraging and wanderings of wildlife rather than in a low-ceilinged basement lit by a strobe light…”|
(Quoted from text which accompanied the album.)
“Such imaginings are haunting, layering one another with emotional imagery that cannot help but lead the ghosts onto the floor, a disco queen here, a rave scene there, the scent of northern soul, the smell of teen spirit. By the time it’s over, you feel as though you’ve been dancing all night; by the time you’ve recovered, you want to do it again.”
(Dave Thompson writing about the album at his Spincycle section at Goldmine Magazine.)
Elsewhere at A Year In The Country:
- Audiological Transmission #36/52: No More Unto The Dance – Dark Days
- Audiological Transmission #37/52: No More Unto The Dance – Plaintive Resonations
- Audiological Transmission #38/52: No More Unto The Dance – Future Dissolvation
- Audiological Transmission #39/52: No More Unto The Dance – A Moment Of Optimism
- Audiological Transmission #40/52: No More Unto The Dance – When Did It All Break?
- Audiological Transmission #51/52: The Experiment Ends – No More Unto The Dance / Revisitation #5a
- A Year In The Country – No More Unto The Dance Night and Dawn Editions released