John Foxx + Steve D’Agostino: Evidence Of Time Travel UK CD 
- The Forbidden Experiment
- Evidence Of Time Travel
- Who Can Resist A Twisted Kiss
- Rhapsody In Flames
- A Blurred Line Of Fiction
- Impenetrable Inevitable
- Surgical Precision
- The Tearing Sound Of Smiling
- Momentary Miracles
- Collision Architecture
- Empty Clothing Blows Across A Beach
Like a cyber-rabbit packed full of biotronic batteries, John Foxx shows no signs of slowing down. His last album, which I didn’t even get a chance to mention, much less purchase [“B-Movie (Ballardian Video Neuronica)”], was released in April, when I was hip deep in Moogfest. It’s four months later, so I suppose it was time for his latest project to queue in the release chutes. This time it’s another album with Steve D’Agostino, who had previously collaborated with Foxx on the “A Secret Life” album recorded with Steve [JAPAN] Jansen back in 2009 [and not yet in the Record Cell], as well as the aforementioned “B-Movie” album.
The new one is Foxx is hard science fiction mode with promised drum machines and analogue synths investigating glitches in the fabric of time and space. At this rate, I suppose it’s only a matter of time before the BBC taps Foxx to next star in Doctor Who! [Scooped you there, chasinvictoria!] “Evidence of Time Travel” features design by Foxx’s scion, Karborn, with the steadfast Jonathan Barnbrook art directing it all and will be released on CD/DL/and an LP edition of 500. The project will be issued on October 4th, and can be pre-ordered here.
Then, just to make the release extra special, Foxx and D’Agostino will be playing a single concert for the album at the British Film Institute on Friday, November 21st, 2014. Tickets will go on sale for BFI members on the 7th of October with general public tickets on sale a week later. No, I won’t be there. This will yet another Foxx event that passes me by. I need to reach a place where I can one day attend on of these while they are still happening! But it’s hard enough just keeping up with the diligent Foxx’s plethora of releases much less factoring in international travel. On my budget, neither is happening right now. Memo to self: I need to make a Foxx checklist of releases missing from the Record Cell. That’s a tall order, right there.
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