Only 50 copies of the handpainted boxset, which includes triple-vinyl pressings of both Matt Edwards' original version and a Joe Claussell rework, will be made.
Matt Edwards' album Redhead, from his multimedia side project The Machine, will receive a deluxe and highly collectible reissue, featuring a reinterpretation of the entire album by Joe Claussell.
This new version of Redhead, an edition of 50 which will include triple-vinyl pressings of both Claussell's and Matt Edwards' versions, will be released during an event in London next month at LN-CC, the only shop where the boxset will be available. (Claussell's version will receive a normal release on the Rekids-affiliated Pyramids of Mars label sometime next year.) Matt Edwards and Joel Martin, known collectively as Quiet Village, will be on hand that night for a DJ set. Each copy, handpainted by the Melbourne-based artist and clothing designer Misha Hollenbach of Perks and Mini, will feature its own unique touches. The event will also showcase screenprints Hollenbach made for each of the album's tracks and three films by the video artist Jon Casbard. Entry will be free all night.