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Mark Leckey drops surprise 10″ ‘Exorcism of the Bridge@Eastham Rake’ featuring Evian Christ remix

British contemporary artist and Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey has released a limited edition 10″ via Warp Records featuring a heavy-weight experimental bass remix from Evian Christ.

Mark Leckey is one of the world’s most consistently exciting and iconoclastic visual artists, UK post-punk and rave culture in particular have been the foundations for some of his most striking creations.

Exorcism of the Bridge@Eastham Rake’ is taken from Leckey’s 2017 exhibition Affect Bridge Age Regression. The exhibition mutated out of the large-scale survey of his work shown at New York’s MoMA PS1, and is a refracted view of his memories and internal mythologizing of a motorway bridge on the M53 in Birkenhead near his childhood home.

‘Exorcism of the Bridge@Eastham Rake’ is limited to just 500 copies. Order a copy from Bleep.


1. Exorcism of the Bridge@Eastham Rake
2. Exorcism of the Bridge@Eastham Rake (Evian Christ Remix)

Discover more about Mark Leckey, Evian Christ and Warp Records on Inverted Audio.

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