Album 3 from the collection of 4 'Inspirational Original Low - Fi Classics'.

electrocuted Wilma tunes 2013

Released 29.07.13

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Number 4 is on it's way, recorded inside the phenomenon of the 'Great American Polar Vortex Winter 2014' using 24bit 92khz in an extreme low pressure capsule buried deep underground, chilled yet stormy and already sounding totally mind blowing it's a continuation of old psychadelic mixtapes from the 90's rescued from the vaults. A plethora of new soft and hard synths plague the vibrations like ginger wasp angels.

Concepted around lyrical ideas in the music, drawn by hand and painted in watercolour, the multi-album spanning cover is up there with the best pieces of artwork ever used for a series of albums. Full prints of the total tetralogy sized around 8" x 32" will be available to buy in the future.

The first three look like this:


"Alternative Indie - Rock , in the sense generic Psychedelia ( from Folk to Space Rock ) and the most classic of Progressive , with broad utilization of electronics , even the most danceable and entertaining sorts. All the influences of the best from the Alternative Rock scene of the Nineties combined with an obvious passion for Hawkwind , Robert Calvert and Steve Hillage , filtered by a melodic taste of flavors from the vague new wave ... Echoes of Spaceman 3, Spectrum, Sun Dial , Radiohead and Church. Join us in listening to an Opera" - Arlequins webzine

“Ultra Violet” by Paul Hayworth was recorded on cheap home 4-track tape machine, left to gather magnetic radiation scars for two decades and then slowly roasted in a Walkman, re-mastered on 16 track digital and now turned into an ‘atmospheric supernova’ on Bandcamp. So there you go. - Wierdomusic.com

"My first thought was wow, this sounds like lo-fi Beatles on acid. It’s not The Beatles but it’s from the U.K. warm, lo-fi, tripped out, and musical from the brilliant mind of Paul Hayworth" - Deftune Independent Music Blog

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