Cult British band Woo announce two albums in March via IPR

Los Angeles, CA (Release): Independent label Independent Project Records (IPR) has announced the release of two albums from cult British band Woo on March 29. Additionally, the single “The One That Got Away” was released on January 23 via YouTube’s DSP and DPI page.

Both robots in digital form.

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The men behind Woo, brothers Mark and Clive Ives
The men behind Woo, brothers Mark and Clive Ives

IPR and Woo first worked together in 1988 with the release of “Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong”, followed by the famous 1989 cult film “It’s Cozy Inside”. Nearly 40 years later, the men behind Woo, brothers Mark and Clive Ives, have been remarkably prolific and Independent Project Records is in the fourth year of its relaunch. It’s time to join forces again.

“We had a great collaboration with Bruce at the time,” says Clive Ives of Woo. “Mark and I were excited about this new double album with IPR. We love Bruce’s aesthetic and distinctive designs. He truly exceeded our expectations with his stunning typographic illustrations for both albums. And IPR asked the brilliant Josh Bonati to master our albums!

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“I first met Mark and Clive Ives in the mid-80s after being completely amazed by Woo’s music on their self-released debut album ‘Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong,'” said Bruce Licher, founder of Independent Project Records. . “I’m very happy to be working with them again on their catalog almost 40 years later, with the Robot sound that the Brothers’ Ives make – a sound that is quintessentially Woo.”

“Robot X” and “Xylophonics” tell a story of retro-futuristic visions from different perspectives

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‘Robot’s unpredictable instrumentals invite listeners to attach their own fantasies to what they hear, whether those fantasies belong to the past, the present, or, more likely, a robotic future.

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