The duo's debut LP, which will come with a 13-track CD called Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones, is due to drop this week.
Manchester duo Szare, AKA Andrew Diaczuk and Jack Coulton, will release their debut album, Lost Shapes, on Frozen Border this Thursday.
Szare first surfaced back in 2009, using the name 220.127.116.11.5 on the Frozen Border sublabel Horizontal Ground. Since then they've brought their wide-ranging techno tracks to imprints like Idle Hands, Other Heights and Mindset. They've also appeared on Frozen Border itself, with a contribution to the 2012 compilation Minutes On Ice. According to Juno Plus, Lost Shapes will take the form of a six-track double-vinyl release, and it'll come packaged with a CD called Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones—the contents of which were "composed and in some cases stolen by Szare"—with lengthy track titles as cryptic as the name of the disc. Details for that part of the release are still scarce, but you can try out track samples from Lost Shapes below.
A1 Weird Sister
B Meet You
C1 Belt Of Rule
C2 Leaden Sky
D Knives Of Sinai
Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones
01. Small Pieces Of It Were Scattered Across The Mountainside
02. They Carried It Back From Recife To Frankfurt By Zeppelin
03. The Miners Told Nobody Of Their Discovery
04. Leather Bags Full Of Dollars Were Transported Overnight
05. The King Himself Was Said To Have Taken an Interest
06. Radio Silence in Buenos Aires Did Not Allay Fears Of A Cover Up
07. What Did Kerin Mannesman Know?
08. Hastily Arranged Meetings Contrived An Absurd Plan
09. But Anarchist Spies Had Their Ears In The Room
10. It Was Sent To A Vault in Zurich And Has Not Been Seen Since 1945
11. Some Say It Was Airlifted To Alexandria And Buried In The Catacombs
12. Others Claim It Was A Hoax, Or Doubt It Ever Existed
13. Meanwhile, On The Mountainside, A Copper Flame Burns
Frozen Border will release Lost Shapes/Carved In Those Dancing Gravestones on March 20th, 2014.