James Stinson’s first vinyl release is getting reissued by Clone.
Hyperspace Sound Lab was originally released under the alias Clarence G in 1991 through Flourescent Forest Rec, predating the late electro figurehead’s work with Gerald Donald as Drexciya.
Original copies of the ultra-rare electro-rap record have fetched over £500 on Discogs, so the reissue is likely to be in high demand when it drops in early December through Clone’s Aqualung Series.
01. Clarence G’s Club
03. Cause I Said It Right
04. Data Transfer