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Idiac's 'Exchange Bar' set now available on Mixcloud

On Friday 29th October 2021, Idiac performed to a packed room at The Exchange Bar in Leicester. The following day, the full set was broadcast on the SAFEROOM Mixlr channel as part of the launch event for Idiac & Tarsiform's 'Pan Sapiens' charity single. You can now hear the 2-hour launch show on Myoptik's Mixcloud page - Idiac's live set starts at 1:06:30, with a nice rousing bit of John Williams.
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Idiac releases 'Pan Sapiens' single for Brain Tumour charity

Idiac has joined forces with fellow Pingdiscs artist Tarsiform, to release a 2-track single in honour of our friend David Smith, who recently died of a rare form of brain tumour. Idiac's track 'Pan Sapiens' is a joyous yet bittersweet celebration of David's life, whereas Tarsiform's track 'Fligilf' is more of glitchy lament on his passing. All proceeds go to The Brain Tumour Charity.
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New Idiac track on SINCLAIR compilation

IDIAC features on a new compilation consisting entirely of reimagined versions of music from ZX Spectrum games. 'Sinclair' is a tribute to the late inventor Sir Clive Sinclair, and is released by 'MightyPing' - a collaboration between Pingdiscs and Mighty Force Records. Idiac's track is an upbeat drum&bass remix of the music from the RoboCop game.
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'Part Idiot' shortlisted for The Neutron Prize

IDIAC's debut album has been nominated for God Is In The TV's answer to The Mercury Prize. The Neutron Prize, awarded every year, seeks to showcase British artists whom the magazine feel have been overlooked by the main Mercury Prize shortlist.
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Idiac appears on R.E.M. covers album

IDIAC has covered the alt-rock band's 1992 single 'Drive' for a charity compilation to mark 40 years since their first release. The album features a large number of covers by artists from all over the world, and was the best-selling album on Bandcamp in the week following its release in August 2021.
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Idiac appears on 'Summertime' vinyl EP

IDIAC has produced a sun-drenched remix of 'Summertime' by The Fresh Prince, which is appearing alongside remixes of the same track by Roy of the Ravers, Myoptik, The Horn and Crispy Jason. Available on vinyl and digital from Pingdiscs.
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'Part Idiot' in TWGEEMA's top ten of the year so far

'Part Idiot' is currently sitting in the top ten albums of the year, as voted for by members of TWGEEMA (The World's Greatest Ever Electronic Music Albums), which include label bosses and producers from all over the world, as well as avid record collectors.
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Idiac appears on Section27 compilation

A brand new Idiac track can be found on the new compilation from Section27 (S27) records. The track, entitled 'Bring Out Yer Dead', features lots of brass, a sample from a well-known comedy film and a special appearance by legendary drum&bass MC, G-ONE.
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Part Idiot CDs - second batch now sold out

We're pleased to report that the second batch of 'Part Idiot' CDs have now sold out, barely a week after their release. The initial run sold out at pre-order stage, so another batch was made available by Pingdiscs and these have now sold out too. If you missed out, the digital version is still available on both Idiac and Pingdiscs' Bandcamp pages.
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Watch the official video for 'Farewell to UL7'

Idiac dares to venture out of the house in this promotional video for 'Farewell to UL7'. The track is all about loss, so we find Idiac wandering around a local park looking a little lost in his dressing gown and slippers, keen to make his way home to more familiar territory. The video was directed, shot and edited by multi-award-winning filmmaker Keith Allott (aka Badshoes Film).
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"effortlessly gorgeous" - album review by GIITTV

Part Idiot has been reviewed by online magazine 'God Is In The TV', which showcases new music from a wide variety of genres. The review is full of praise for the album, and features comparisons with the likes of FSOL, Aphex Twin, Kraftwerk and even The Specials!