British post-rock group Seefeel have announced an extensive reissue campaign of their '90s work for the Warp and Rephlex labels. It focuses on the period after the band's acclaimed debut, Quique, that found them moving away from guitars and into more electronic realms. The series includes deluxe vinyl reissues of their out of print albums Succour and (Ch-Vox), as well as an vinyl EP collection, St / Fr / Sp, and a four-CD 1994-1996 anthology titled Rupt & Flex. All were mastered from original DAT transfers by Stefan Betke (aka Pole), and feature rare and previously unreleased bonus tracks, new liner notes by the band and artwork and packaging by The Designer's Republic.
The Succour "Redux" reissue is a three-album set with 12 bonus tracks, the (Ch-Vox) "Redux" reissue is a two album set with six bonus tracks, and St / Fr / Sp is a two-album set with with two bonus tracks. One of those bonus tracks is a 12-minute Autechre remix of "Spangle" and you can listen to that, and watch a preview video for the reissue series, below.