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Album review: Whorl Clock - A Time Travel Themed Compilation Album for MSF.

With this album Elektro Vox brings you the second in a series of several 'Guest' review articles trying their hand at their first reviews for our site to help us with the large volume of requests we have had this month! This incredibly in depth review of 'Whorl Clock - A Time Travel Themed Compilation Album' is written by Redthir Jerdisheim.


Released Monday January 11th 2021'Whorl Clock' is the debut release from charity electronic label Three Eyed Cat Records. All the songs on it are time travel inspired with all musicians providing an original song. The album has all sorts- songs about the future, past, present, clocks, dinosaurs, robots, time machines, the big bang and much more- and it's wonderful to see what different artists do with the same simple brief. If you love your music with blips, chips, synths, beats and bass then you will be sure to discover something you love on this album! Featuring synthwave, chiptune, breakcore, ambient and other electronic music from all over the world- UK, Siberia, Arizona, Hungary, Sweden and more. All money made on Bandcamp will be donated to Doctors Without Borders- an international, medical humanitarian organisation working in more than 65 countries around the world. Their medical teams work to save people’s lives in conflict zones, natural disasters and epidemics. Find out more at



Fancy travelling to a time without coronavirus? From the wires of powering machinery to the exotic landscapes of times past and present, this cute, time-travel themed compilation showcases it all. Beautifully eclectic, awesomely eccentric, and electrically futuristic. This compilation nails its invocation of a surreal sci-fi world.

(Short, factual paragraph): This is a charity compilation where all sales will go to Doctors Without Borders; who provide medical attention in over 65 countries around the world: for those people stuck in warzones, natural disasters and epidemics. For that in and of itself, it's well-worth chipping in a small fund (there's no minimum!) to help the cause.

Shoutout to Sam Bradbury for his cartoon-y and very detailed artwork. The colourful selection of wires and the somewhat psychedelic vortex serve as a nice backdrop for this compilation, especially to the glitchier, mechanical-sounding tracks on here. Anyhow, onto the review: