Offering former Broadcast users James Cargill and Roj Stevens combined with the Concentrate Group’s Julian Home, Children of Alice extended around the dreamy experimental electronics of their other tasks. The group’s name was a tribute to past due Broadcast vocalist Trish Keenan, a lifelong Alice in Wonderland lover who counted Jonathan Miller’s 1966 tv adaptation from the publication among her main influences. Kids of Alice produced their debut in 2013 with “The Harbinger of Planting season,” a 20-minute collection released as one-half of Devon Folklore Tapes, Vol. 5: Ornithology, a limited-edition break up cassette with Mary Arches on Folklore Tapes. That piece also made an appearance around the group’s self-titled debut recording, which Warp released in Feb 2017.