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2814 - Pillar / New Sun Album

2814 - Pillar / New Sun Album
Performer: 2814
Genre: Electro
Title: Pillar / New Sun
MP3 album size: 1170 mb
FLAC album size: 1890 mb
Style: Techno
Country: UK
Released: 01 Feb 2018
Catalog number: Arc12
Label: Arcola


1 Over
3New Sun
4 Here


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ARC12D2814 Pillar / New Sun ‎(2xFile, MP3, EP, 320)ArcolaARC12DUK2018


  • DesignMITDR™
  • Mastered ByMatt Colton
  • Written-By, ProducerHKE, t e l e p a t h


One time pressing of 500 copies. Released in black sleeve with spot gloss logo. Includes picture inner sleeve.
Made in EU.


  • Barcode: 5060384612157
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): ARC12 A1 = MATT @ ALCHEMY =
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 19726 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): ARC12 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 19726 1B ⓍⓍ


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arcola
  • Copyright (c) – Arcola
  • Mastered At – Alchemy Mastering
  • Pressed By – Record Industry – 19726



One time vinyl pressing of 500 copies released by Arcola. 2814 : Pillar, New , New Sun - EP. Electronic , 2018. New Sun. 2 Songs, 20 Minutes. Released March 3, 2018. 2017 Arcola. See Friends Who Have Listened to This. Get Started. Internet Service Terms. Cookie Warning. A new sun rises above the pillar. Following sharply on from Rian Treanor's Eski redesigngrime 12 Contraposition, Arcola draws fwd the first new material from one of the most enigmatic units operating within underground electronica in both this universe and the next, 2814. Having shown us the view from the top floor of the high rise Rain Temple back in 2016, on ARC12 HKE and T e l e p a t h leave behind the neon-lit concrete dreaming to explore a newly discovered dystopian jungle cityscape. Pillar takes place at the street level of this city at night, while New Sun takes place fly. 2814 debuted in 2014 with a self-titled release on the Internet music label, Ailanthus Recordings. The album was followed up in early 2015 by Birth of a New Day, released digitally and in a limited run of CDs on HKE's own label, Dream Catalogue. An Indiegogo campaign later in 2015 to press a. double LP record version of the album ended with 6,432 at 161 of its goal. The project released its third album, Rain Temple, in 2016. In 2019 duo released compilation album, Lost Fragments, containing their previous works found in other compilations, as well as new release. Watch the video for Pillar from 2814's Pillar, New Sun for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play track. Love this track. Set as current obsession. My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. You're not following anyone yet My Beatport lets you follow your favorite DJs and labels so you can find out when they release new tracks. Birth Of A New Day was the second album of collaborative duo of HKE and Telepath, working under the name 2814. A follow up to a relatively minor hit at the time the self-titled debut 2814, Birth Of A New Day ended up becoming a radiant realisation of the original projects in. A brand new 2814 EP on the recently revitalised Warp Records imprint, Arcola. Out now on vinyl. Pillar, New Sun
You can find 'Pillar' on vinyl compilation 'Cosmocities records vol.1'
This exceedingly rare release is now finally available to download in various formats on Bleep's website.
Steel balls
Sounds like a more modern, danceable take on Burial's Untrue.
From DIY vaporwave tapes to releasing a professionally mastered 12" on a premier Warp Records sublabel. It has been inspiring to witness the groundswell of support for the 2814 project. Reminds me of the unprecedented sea change in music production that occurred following the releases of Burial's self-titled and "Untrue" albums. I am excited to see where this newfound recognition leads HKE and Telepath. Although I enjoy their lo-fi aesthetic as well, it is definitely really cool hearing finely mastered 2814 tunes like these.
magnificent ambient techno. sad its only 500 copies and most of them are owned by some discogs sharks who didnt even listen to the music, just bought the records to sell it later for a much higher price.
The music is wonderful, some of the best to come from 2814, What upsets me however is that such good music is only available on Vinyl.
All the other 2814 releases are available on digital format, but the vinyl versions are still highly sought after, and there was just as much buzz about them when they came out. Lots of people would gladly pay to own it on high quality MP3 / WAV, instead of searching the internet for a sub standard quality recording.
Because scarcity creates exclusivity and therefore buzz about the record. Plus they know someone will stick it on YouTube (which they have done already). And we all know there are other ways to get hold of it if you want.
fire dancer
I think it's a reasonable point - not everyone owns a turntable, why not make high quality digital files of the tracks available for purchase from the label / artist ?
Trash Obsession
Really, that's what upsets you? What a strange thing to get upset about.
The euphoria, when I add the EP to my cart. The absolute ecstasy, when I imagine picking it up at the post office. All while knowing I have no intention of opening the shrinkwrap. I am enveloped in joy when I think about selling it on discogs later for double what I paid for. Ahh, feels good to be a record collector.
Cool story bro. 7 more words, real cool story bro.
In this (and some other cases) I'd agree particularly with the "One time..." part of the nature of the pressing. If it sells out in 30 minutes, and if you know beforehand that the artist is incredibly popular (which Bleep/Warp must have done in this case based on previous 2814 releases they have sold through Blerp) then why not press more in the first place? Or respond to demand and repress? A little research would mean there'd be very little risk. And it isn't as if Warp couldn't afford it surely?
Rich Vulture
Totally agree, it's called commerce in a market. Like vintage synths and anything collectable. I've missed out on loads of ltd music in the past. Life's too short to whinge, like you say folk need to chill and move on!
I would gladly buy 10 copies of this in a heartbeat but alas I could only find 1, which I am listening too and keeping. Had I bought 10, I would save 2 and sell 7. Nothing wrong with that. Gezz, maybe we should all complain about the rise in value of art? The review / comment section has turned into a bunch of babies crying over missed opportunities. Move on...
"One time pressing of 500 copies." Im just sick and tired of reading bullshit like that. Nowadays this should translate "Attention people, this is a potential investment in the vinyl bubble. Please buy 10 without listening to the music, you will be able to sell them at double the price in the near future" or "hey folks, we want to give our download section some extra attention by annoying vinyl idiots who arent quick enough to check our facebook page" Maybe you find some more translations of the term "limited"
Except there are only about 5 copies for sale here - that's a full 1 percent of all the copies sold. And two of those are ridiculously high prices. Not sure what they're all about.
It's really good. Forward-paced, foggy, and full. Really easy to listen to both tracks over and over.
holy shit, this record. what a release. I bought ONE copy and I knew it'd probably rocket in price but you know what? - I opened that fucker up and got it straight on the deck - played it and fell in love. this release instantly gives me burial vibes but I think this is right up there with some of burial's best work - if not better... I love 2814 - their music takes me somewhere different. I was concerned when it sounded like a new direction but for no good reason. the new sound on this 12 is massive. the vibe we know 2814 for is still there but with these huge pounding beats underneath. it's still euphoric but it's driving. the mastering on this release is so good - so much space between everything, so clear. jeez. it's THAT good.
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