Landscape Body Machine is celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album Structure. The ambient industrial-techno album has been remastered by Chris Peterson and features two previously unreleased tracks. Structure is set for release on November 8, 2021 on Bandcamp and across all major streaming platforms in affiliation with Tigersqwack Records.
Released in September of 1996, Structure is the debut solo album by electronic music pioneer Craig Joseph Huxtable’s through his project Landscape Body Machine. LBM rose to prominence in the late 90s Vancouver industrial scene and was a prominent as both a performing artist and collaborator alongside luminaries Skinny Puppy and Frontline Assembly.
The 25th anniversary edition of Structure draws influence form both ambient and techno and with Huxtable producing soundscapes with cinematic depth from across the electronic music spectrum. The track No Cable was a memorable club hit making its way onto dancefloors across the globe. Structure was remastered by legendary producer Chris Peterson (Frontline Assembly, Delerium, Noise Unit, Ohmelectronic) and features two new previously unreleased tracks including the original title track Structure and a live performance of Subterranean 3.