If you're quick, you can still get the Guardian's tribute to Warp Records, cut it out with your mam's sewing scissors, and plaster it on your wall like a great big fanboy.
'Bleep Of Faith' is a neat little feature looking back on 20 years of the electronic music label.
It contains all the obvious gems of Warp mythology, listed here for your easy digestment, plus one or two lovely stories. I especially like the image of LFO fighting on stage like they were some kind of Kraftwerkian Gallagher brothers.
- Warp Records was conceived in a bedroom. Arf!;
- the first release (Track With No Name) was flogged from the back of a car;
- they fooled Pete Tongue into thinking the future of music was something called "clonk";
- LFO used to fight on stage. Like Brian Jonestown Massacre;
- Richard David James, a.k.a. Aphex Twin, is something of a 'maverick'. You'd never guess;
- signing the likes of Maximo Park had purists spluttering into their chai tea;