When Lobster Comes Home
by Machine Woman

— Released 25th August 2017 on Technicolour

Russian born Anastasia Vtorova is based in Berlin and makes music under the name Machine Woman. Prior to joining the Technicolour ranks, she has released two 12”s - via the self-titled imprint of Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt (2015) and UK label Where To Now? (2016) - and a handful of very limited cassettes via Sacred Tapes (2015), Tesla Tapes and Ono (2014).

On 25th August 2017 she will release a 3-track 12” titled “When Lobster Comes Home” via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour i...

Russian born Anastasia Vtorova is based in Berlin and makes music under the name Machine Woman. Prior to joining the Technicolour ranks, she has released two 12”s - via the self-titled imprint of Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt (2015) and UK label Where To Now? (2016) - and a handful of very limited cassettes via Sacred Tapes (2015), Tesla Tapes and Ono (2014).

On 25th August 2017 she will release a 3-track 12” titled “When Lobster Comes Home” via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. Championed by Ben UFO, the lead track ’Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved’ is an homage to Camile: “the best club bouncer in the world”. “Everyone always talks about Sven from Berghain,” says Anna. “But everyone should talk about Camile from OHM.”

Describing the rest of the EP, “’But It Was Like 30 Intros In A Row’ is about one bad review I received after a gig in Portugal,” she explains. “And ‘I Want To Fuck Tech House’… well, that's self-explanatory.” 

When Lobster Comes Home
by Machine Woman

— Released 25th August 2017 on Technicolour

Physical

12" (TCLR022)

Black 140g 12” vinyl in a red paper inner housed in a 3mm spined Technicolour house sleeve.

£8.00
 

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Physical

Digital

12" (TCLR022)

Black 140g 12” vinyl in a red paper inner housed in a 3mm spined Technicolour house sleeve.

£8.00
SAVE TO SPOTIFY

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MP3 (TCLRDNL022)
£1.70
16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL022W)
£2.70

Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved
  2. 2
    But It Was Like 30 Intros In A Row
  3. 3
    I Want To Fuck Tech House
  4.  
    Play All (3)
  1. 1
    Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved
  2. 2
    But It Was Like 30 Intros In A Row
  3. 3
    I Want To Fuck Tech House
  4.  
    Play All (3)
  1. 1
    Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved
  2. 2
    But It Was Like 30 Intros In A Row
  3. 3
    I Want To Fuck Tech House
  4.  
    Play All (3)

Russian born Anastasia Vtorova is based in Berlin and makes music under the name Machine Woman. Prior to joining the Technicolour ranks, she has released two 12”s - via the self-titled imprint of Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt (2015) and UK label Where To Now? (2016) - and a handful of very limited cassettes via Sacred Tapes (2015), Tesla Tapes and Ono (2014).

On 25th August 2017 she will release a 3-track 12” titled “When Lobster Comes Home” via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour i...

Russian born Anastasia Vtorova is based in Berlin and makes music under the name Machine Woman. Prior to joining the Technicolour ranks, she has released two 12”s - via the self-titled imprint of Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt (2015) and UK label Where To Now? (2016) - and a handful of very limited cassettes via Sacred Tapes (2015), Tesla Tapes and Ono (2014).

On 25th August 2017 she will release a 3-track 12” titled “When Lobster Comes Home” via Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint. Championed by Ben UFO, the lead track ’Camile From OHM Makes Me Feel Loved’ is an homage to Camile: “the best club bouncer in the world”. “Everyone always talks about Sven from Berghain,” says Anna. “But everyone should talk about Camile from OHM.”

Describing the rest of the EP, “’But It Was Like 30 Intros In A Row’ is about one bad review I received after a gig in Portugal,” she explains. “And ‘I Want To Fuck Tech House’… well, that's self-explanatory.”