Blind at The Age of Four: Vinyl LP


Release date: 15 September, 2023

4 Colour, inner and outer sleeves with Augmented reality QR code triggered imagery. Standard weight, single black vinyl. 4 Colour Poster.

Debut album Blind at The Age of Four is the first full-scale entry into the anachronistic world of Jack Warne's GAUNT – a world of music, technological experimentation and visual art that has been building since his days at the Royal College of Art, where he first began to combine his talents as a designer and visual artist. Following early releases ETB I&II and ‘Raw Cartoon’ (which featured on Leon Vynehall’s fabric Presents compilation), Blind at The Age of Four is a bold and audacious introduction. The album is built from ever-shifting loops of experimental electronics and accompanied by surreal, uncanny visuals, all created by Warne through both analogue and new technology, across augmented reality, 3D Rendering, drawing and digital painting techniques. This is all bound together in a digitally rendered suit of Armour.

"GAUNT is the empty vessel" the producer and fine artist explains of his simultaneously modern and mediaeval avatar. "The GAUNT character is the haunting of the music. It's a visual embodiment of the cathartic process I get out of music. That's why it's a suit of armour, because something needs to go into it; you put it on."


1.    Jack?
2.    Favourite Memory
3.    Composition 001
4.    Sweet
5.    Memories Talk
6.    Reverse Landscape
7.    Syncopate
8.    Un
9.    Rear View Spectate-or
10.    Lesser You
11.    Because I

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