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torsdag 1. mars 2018
Land in the Sky is an album by architect ALFREDO THIERMANN (formerly of FOLLAKZOID) and musician TRES WARREN of PSYCHIC ILLS. It is the result of an extended sonic conversation between them that developed over the course of two years while both resided in different parts of the world. It is a friendship with a strong emphasis on sonic exchanges rather than other forms of communication. It was recorded in each of their domestic spaces and studios in Santiago de Chile and New York City—separate from one another and sent via email. The music came together without prior discussion of direction. The four 10-minute long tracks are the traces of their exchange of various emotional and mental states. They are prolonged and repetitive meditations composed by simple shapes and forms that almost act as a primitive language. Land in the Sky is a sonic correspondence, an experiment bridging continental distances, an intangible and immaterial space, the space of music. Similarly intangible, the cover of the album is a contribution by the photographer JAMES WELLING, known for his photo on the cover of Sonic Youth’s Bad Moon Rising. Edition of 400 copies on black vinyl.
lørdag 10. februar 2018
V. by Wooden Shjips, releases 25 May 2018 _________________________________________ Moon Dou's Sanae Yamada signed with Sacred Bones as Vive la Void ...Thrilled to announce that we've signed Vive la Void, the new project by Sanae Yamada. VLV will be playing our LEVITATION Austin showcase on April 27. More news to follow very soon!
Dead Meadow are happy to announce they will be releasing a new album, The Nothing They Need (Xemu Records), on March 2, 2018.
Ultimate Painting Announce New Album 'Up' New song 'Not Gonna Burn Myself Anymore' is online now... Ultimate Painting are set to release new album 'Up' on April 6th. The band have booked up with the powers that be at Bella Union for the new record, another slice of grey-flecked psychedelic melancholia. Out on April 6th, new album 'Up' is led by the wire-thin jangle of 'Not Gonna Burn Myself Anymore'. There's a feeling of nervous exhaustion running through the track, that bleary-eyed, late night feel Ultimate Painting do so well. Seemingly arising from a very real place in Jack Cooper and James Hoare's lives, it's an endearing, highly creative track. atch Ultimate Painting at the following shows: April 19 Birmingham Hare & Hounds 20 London Hoxton Hall 21 Brighton Patterns 23 Cardiff The Globe 24 Leeds Brudenell Social Club 26 Manchester The Deaf Institute 27 Glasgow Mono 28 Dublin The Grand Social