Shoc Corridor were a minor influx group from Western world London who released two full-lengths and a small number of singles through the early 1980s. Their music typically contains sparse, midtempo drum machine beats and chilling, atmospheric synths, frequently with wayward vocals. A few of their monitors highlighted 4/4 beats that prefigured techno, but their audio was generally a little too light and sensitive for the dancefloor. The group was produced in the first ’80s by vocalist Paul O’Carroll, guitarist Chris Davis, and synthesizer players Andy Garnham and Nogi Prass. They agreed upon to a little London-based label known as Shout and released their debut 12″ EP A Blind Register 1982. Debut full-length Tests in Incest appeared the following calendar year. David and Prass after that still left the group, and had been changed by Paul Humphries and Sarah Panton. The brand new lineup of Shoc Corridor released 7″ one “Keeping Treasure” on Shout, and 12″ one “Fever” and Teach of Occasions, their a lot more available second LP, over the Calm label, all in 1984. Tragically, Humphries dedicated suicide that calendar year, and the music group ceased activity. Belgian label Classix Information brought the group’s catalog to compact disk with the discharge of Anthology in 1993. Another Belgian label, Testtoon Information, released a remix 12″ of Shoc Corridor’s monitor “Artificial Horizon” in early 2013. San Francisco-based label Dark Entries reissued Shoc Corridor’s debut LP in 2015.