by Bovaflux

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    Routes is a 3 part release. Volume 1 is a pay what you want download. Just download for free if you like.
    If you pay anything, you get volume 2 as well, in the form of 11 bonus tracks.
    Also, see below for the 2 disc edition, which includes all of volume 1 and 2, and also comes with an additional download code for volume 3, featuring 20+ more tracks.
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  • Limited 2CDr Metal Tin Edition
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Each of these limited edition 2 disc sets is made in house at [d]-tached HQ, using highest quality Taiyo Yuden recordable media, featuring full colour on body print designed by CLUT. Housed in a metal case with foam insert and features a window to see CD artwork inside.

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Waiting4 01:42
Start Over 03:43
Woozy 04:05
Sikamore 03:38
Ant Heads 04:33
Refocus 03:40
Nunnying7 05:13
Lost Woods 01:22
Latch Omen 03:54
Treequarize 01:31
Perspective2 01:18
Viltrum 03:37
Yakky 03:01
Box1 01:09
Bye Pops 03:14


Eddie Symons has been releasing music under his Bovaflux alias for 15 years now, so it's not surprising that he's managed to gather a hoard of unreleased material along the way. After recently uncovering a stack of long lost CDrs with dozens of unreleased tracks, Eddie set about putting together an archive collection, split into three volumes.

The first of these, presented here as a pay-what-you-want digital download covers the time period post Highpoint Lowlife, after "Where There Was Nothing", on to his years living in Germany and up to the release of the follow up album Invariant. Fans of melodic electronics along the lines of Plaid, Mrs Jynx, etc will find a lot to like here, with playful synths and warm bass lines and plenty of tasty beats to chew over, as well as the odd experimental and ambient excursion.

Volume 2 of Routes, which takes the form of 11 bonus tracks (running time 48mins), digs further back in time, from around 1998 to 2007, with some tracks taken from very early Bovaflux demo recordings, while others were signed to labels but never ended up coming out for one reason or another. Haimokin is actually the odd one out of the collection, as this actually was released, as part of the idm remix helix project, but that has somehow managed to be wiped from the internet, and even then only likely existed as a 128kbps mp3. Also included in this batch are a couple of previously unheard versions of tracks from "Where There Was Nothing", including a very early original version of the title track.

We are also offering this as a special 2 disc set. And as a special thank you to everyone who orders this, included with each limited edition metal tin edition is a download code for volume 3, featuring 20+ more tracks.


released May 21, 2016

Music by Eddie Symons
Design by CLUT


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[d]-tached records Cambridge, UK

[d]-tached is a tiny electronic record label run by Eddie Symons (aka Bovaflux/Nullptr). Now running for over a decade, it was originally conceived as an outlet his own music, but has gone on to release works by like-minded artists like Joseph Morton, Millip and SIC. [d]-tached is now in its “third phase”, with a renewed focus on ultra-limited physical editions to complement digital releases. ... more

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