The KLF have put their music on streaming services for the first time

A singles compilation has landed on streaming platforms...


Words by: Felicity Martin

British electronic outfit The KLF have added their music to streaming platforms for the first time ever.

The new eight-track release, titled ‘Solid State Logik 1’, features some of The KLF’s biggest hits, including the 1991 chart topper ‘3am Eternal’, ‘Last Train to Trancentral’ and ‘It’s Grim Up North’.

Posters put up around London suggest that there will be a second part of the ‘Solid State Logik’ release, as well as four other reissue releases, under the title ‘Samplecity Thru Trancentral’.

The brainchild of Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty, the ’80s-formed rave-pop duo pioneered the ambient movement in the 1990s. Now, nearly three decades on without digital releases, the group have uploaded an eight-track collection of their music to streaming services.

Available via streaming platforms as well as on YouTube, there are four other reissues expected later this year.

Listen to ‘Solid State Logik 1’ below.

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