On Saturday 18 of September Rebecca, co-host of Synesthesia, interviewed Anna Petrou from Trans:Com. The interview highlighted Anna’s influences and provided the opportunity to broadcast “Invader”, the latest track from Alieonix. Trans:Com is no stranger to 4ZZZ as the radio station has been very supportive of Trans:Com’s releases from the very beginning of the label.
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Trans:Com is very proud to announce the general release on 21st of May 2021 of Phase 2 of the BNE Archive; featuring reissues from some of Brisbane’s finest originators of electronic music, including Vision Four 5, Stormboy, and Jandy Rainbow.
Vision Four 5 – Deep Fantasy Redux: This deluxe edition collects for the first time Vision Four 5’s works produced in Brisbane and released across two cassettes and a vinyl EP during 1990/1991. Available exclusively through Trans:Com will be a limited edition Digipak CD, as well as the digital album on Bandcamp. Additionally, a handful of exquisitely rare copies of the original vinyl EP released by Symedia (the band’s own label at the time) – have been unearthed from the “Area 51 warehouse”.
Stormboy (Deluxe Edition): Murray Antill’s stunning (and long out of print) album from 1997, reissued with 2 brand new remixes and a rare compilation track.
Jandy Rainbow – Travellers (Deluxe Edition): A wonderful reissue of Jandy Rainbow’s debut album from 1997, including four bonus rarities that appeared on compilations from the period, plus a previously unreleased remix.
Following on from the BNE project – the amazing book and USB archive dedicated to celebrating 35 years of Brisbane independent electronic music productions, Trans:Com has embarked on a long term project to re-release long unavailable electronic music productions from Brisbane’s finest innovators of techno, electro, and the myriad other genres of electronic music.
Planned as collector’s editions on vinyl, the BNE Archive releases have been brought forward as digital editions to offer fans some amazing new music during these difficult times. Phase 1 of this new ‘BNE Archive’ has just been released to Bandcamp and Apple iTunes, and includes four amazing albums that have been out of print for many years.