“Mind-bogglingly brilliant bonkers electronica” - HUW STEPHENS, RADIO 1

“one of last year’s most essential records” – Dazed & Confused

Dr Andrew Blick, the effects trumpet player, producer and driving force behind Gyratory System and “The Process”, the recording and production technique he created returns with a brand new Single Pamplona on 14 June 2010 designed to get you running with the bulls this summer.

"this is seriously danceable stuff" - Paul Lester, The Guardian “One foot placed firmly in the theory heavy, avant-garde camp and the other planted squarely on an underlit disco floor” – John Doran BBC Review

Having spent the last 8 months playing late night sets supporting Soulwax/2ManyDJs, A Guy Called Gerald, Rory Phillips and Aeroplane and at nights around the country including Fabric, Optimo and Plan B Dr, Blick has clearly been using his powers to study what makes people dance.

“Like a score written by Kraftwerk and Looney Tunes…slightly maddening and totally compelling…this lurchy, lovely…thing" – NME, 8/10 album review

The beat-heavy Pamplona retains the avant dancefloor sensibility of Blick’s previous releases (album ‘The Sound-Board Breathes” and EP “Yowser Yowser Yowser”) yet takes in playful new influences from 1940s Bebop phrasing and 1960s girl groups.

Backed with Colonel - a track inspired by a French alcoholic pudding - this duo of tracks is a natural progression from the earlier Gyratory System material in advance of their new album due early 2011.

“You'll be amazed at the scope and the innovation *****" - NOTION

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