Medicine

The iconic 90’s shoegaze / experimental-pop act Medicine announce the reissue of 2.0 Extraneous, out September 22nd on Drawing Room Records. The announcement includes a stream of single “Machine Inna Garden”2.0 Extraneous provides the listener with a re-make/re-model re-construction of the highly fruitful collaboration between Laner and Lee. In this present, these tracks sound more relevant and contemporary than ever. It’s refreshing, and you can really dance to it (mostly).

2.0 Extraneous provides the listener with a re-make/re-model re-construction of the highly fruitful collaboration between Laner and Lee. In this present, these tracks sound more relevant and contemporary than ever. It’s a breath of fresh air, and you can really dance to it (mostly).

The LP gathers most of the non-LP songs used on UK singles released in 2003 on Wall of Sound along with a few unreleased items. Although initially released as B-sides, “The Table and the Bed”, “Machine Inna Garden, “A Flying Fuck” and the Devo song “The Day My Baby Gave me a Surprize” all represent the earliest tracks created for Medicine 2.0.

Created over a long weekend during the making of the LP and deemed by all involved to be too unwieldy and confusing to go on the album, “Close-up of Family’s Dream” sees fresh breath here.


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