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Eric Schumacher, Andrea Clavadetscher - Greguar, Echos Aus Dem Record-Valley (LP)Eric Schumacher, Andrea Clavadetscher - Greguar, Echos Aus Dem Record-Valley (LP)
Eric Schumacher, Andrea Clavadetscher - Greguar, Echos Aus Dem Record-Valley (LP)Tonal Oceans
¥2,869
Recorded in 1997 in Vienna as part of a workshop named "Greguar" which took place at the University of applied Arts in Vienna, and was produced by the Institute of contemporary Art Vienna. Official re-release!
Pacced Rock - Chapter One: Sonic Levitation (LP)
Pacced Rock - Chapter One: Sonic Levitation (LP)Ilian Beat Series
¥2,574
The latest in their Beat Series, the Zenker brothers Illian Tape brings us the first collaboration between Munich based beat makers IROCC and Packed Rich suitably available as a Vinyl and Ilian Tape Rizla bundle. Smokers or not, there is an enticing vibe at play that we find hard to imagine anyone with even the mildest of head nod hip hop proclivities not enjoying. Ducked bass thuds and relaxed piano chords rest up easy against skweee chirps and pitch bent rhodes vibes, bring to mind a meeting of the finest Golden Age Boom Bap and the most laid back work of more recent heads such as Dorian Concept, Kiefer, Hud Mo, Nosaj Thing and Dâm-Funk. Chill the schnapps and juice, light one, apply stylus to vinyl....
DJ Python - Club Sentimientos Vol. 2 (12")DJ Python - Club Sentimientos Vol. 2 (12")
DJ Python - Club Sentimientos Vol. 2 (12")Incienso
¥2,196
DJ Python's first solo record since the release of the critically-acclaimed album Mas Amable. it's too nice to just have your thoughts float in the space of your head endlessly forever and you don't have to decide which you focus on unless you want to i got a stone to skip 6 times across the water on the river i grew up by now i like to get the heaviest rocks and the lightest ones and drop them in the river to see which sink most beautifully I have no interest in saying the right thing anymore just the true thing --- DJ Python on collaborating with UFO Parfums and Candle Object: "we all appreciate each other’s work and thought it would be nice to do something together :) both candle Object and ufo Parfums are involved in music and inspired by music. Dj Python is inspired by candles and perfumes. To light a candle spray your wrist or put on a record . Same thing yo (~,’"
Huerco S. - Plonk (2LP)Huerco S. - Plonk (2LP)
Huerco S. - Plonk (2LP)Incienso
¥4,497
The first Huerco S. album in 6 years, glyding into new territory with a pool of glassy synths, padded subs and cascading arpeggios, pretty much unlike anything Brian Leeds has made under any alias. "His sound palette has broadened to absorb and refine trap’s un-smeared geometrics and drill’s taught rhythms amongst the gaseous bodies and soul-piercing ambience that has garnered such acclaim; Where those previous veins were rooted in the pre-Columbian civilizations of his native Kansas, Plonk reflects the mournful sodium glow of cities at night, street corners that light up with painful moments of clarity you wish would disappear."
Anthony Naples - Take Me With You (LP)
Anthony Naples - Take Me With You (LP)ANS
¥3,396
A repress of a classic that was ranked among the RA Best 2018! Originally released on cassette as a post-party (or pre-party) chillout with friends, it follows in the footsteps of the current ambient crowd in the club vein, such as Huerco S. and Terekke, with a deep mix of free-form ambient, house, and dub. This album delivers an experimental sound with a very pleasant cosmic deep electro that is perfect for embedding. It is a perfect representative of his work.
Todd Modes - New Life (LP)Todd Modes - New Life (LP)
Todd Modes - New Life (LP)100 Limousines
¥3,477
Todd Modes giving you soothing jazzy and soulful house cuts with an occasional nod towards hip hop and funk. A fixture in the Detroit DJ world, Todd Modes has spent the last decade quietly releasing music on FIT Sound, Golf Channel and Still Music to name a few. Inspired by the birth of his first son and the death of his grandfather, New Life is a deeply personal meditation on the cycles of life and time. An examination of the past and present assembled from recordings spanning the last 20+ years, this album is an outstanding representation of his musical depth and artistic purpose.
Muslimgauze - Jackal The Invizible (2LP)
Muslimgauze - Jackal The Invizible (2LP)STAALPLAAT
¥5,371
Listeners who know much of anything about Bryn Jones’ work as Muslimgauze know that he was prolific in both his work and in the way he sent out his work to labels and other interested parties (it’s one of the reason some of that body of work is still being sorted through and released 20+ years after his passing). Fittingly enough for an artist that feverishly productive and often taciturn to the point of frustration, he didn’t tend to give much more information than handwritten track titles on the sleeve of a DAT. Why he would submit multiple copies of the same or similar tracks to those he worked with, often in totally different configurations, is now a permanent mystery, but it does lead to Jackal the Invizible, essentially a compilation of material from multiple other releases* that Jones had also submitted at the time on its own DAT. All of the songs here were released at least 20 years ago (a few over 30!) and as with practically all Muslimgauze releases they were limited and/or hard to get ahold of now. Jackal the Invizible is both a way to issue those tracks on vinyl as the Archive Series has been consistently doing, and in interesting look into how Jones would organize and sequence his albums. The track listing here was faithfully reproduced from the way Jones titled these tracks on this submission, which is how you get Fedayeen’s “Bharboo of Pakistan Railways” here called “Fedayeen Bharboo of Pakistan Railways 2001” (although that album came out in 1998 and Jones sadly was not making anything by 2001, only leading to more questions). This compilation as with most of his work was submitted without comment, so it can be asked, was it intended to be a compilation? Had he at some point decided he preferred these tracks in this arrangement rather than on their other tapes? Did he produce so much work and/or was so disorganized he simply forgot this batch had been mailed off before? Did he have a standing arrangement with his postal worker and just handed him whatever was closest to the door each week? (Well, probably not that last one.) One thing we don’t have to question is the quality of the tracks here, regardless of familiarity. The new juxtapositions can be quite striking; shifting suddenly from the harshly distorted blurts of “Resume and Shaduf Fatah Guerrilla 1999” to the cooly nocturnal atmosphere of “Abu Nidal 1987” and then to the dubby bass pulses and rattling hand percussion of “Hand of Fatima 1999” (possibly the most misleading to longtime listeners - it has indeed been heard on it’s almost-namesake album, but there it’s known as “Mint Tea With Gadaffi”) is an experience unlike much else in Jones’ oeuvre, even though all three modes are ones he has worked in before. The result doesn’t touch on every single mode explored throughout the vast body of Jones’ work (you’d need a box set for that), but does prove to be a multifaceted experience that also serves as an excellent introduction to or refresher on Muslimgauze as a whole.
Muslimgauze - Uzi (Limited Grey Vinyl LP+Poster)Muslimgauze - Uzi (Limited Grey Vinyl LP+Poster)
Muslimgauze - Uzi (Limited Grey Vinyl LP+Poster)Other Voices Records
¥3,897
Uzi is Muslimgauze’s gem from the late ’80s. Cinematic, minimal, noisy, hypnotic, and gloomy. Probably not so overtly Middle Eastern as his later works, though definitely bearing an influence. Backed by electric drones, percussion forms a living, breathing an atmosphere of impending menace. For a strange reason, this album was missing in VOD’s Chasing The Shadow Of Bryn Jones 10xLP Box-set. Now you have the chance to complete your Muslimgauze discography!
Post Moves - Heart Music (2LP)Post Moves - Heart Music (2LP)
Post Moves - Heart Music (2LP)Where To Now?
¥3,397
Sam Wenc is a composer and multi-instrumentalist working with sound, text, and objects. He utilises guitar, pedal steel guitar, vibraphone, electronics, field recordings, and found objects to compose both structured and formless pieces that attempt to blur concepts of what constitutes “folk music”. He has released music on labels such as Noumenal Loom, Obsolete Staircases, Moon Villain, and his own label, Lobby Art. Below are Wenc’s own thoughts on his work and approach, which frankly do a far better job of capturing the essence of his spiritual, minimal, and transcendent pieces than we could… “‘Heart Music’ was recorded over the course of 2019 and 2020. The initial intention was not necessarily to produce an album, but rather to explore composing from a percussive perspective and trying to avert relying heavily on the pedal steel guitar and guitar as primary modes of composing. The pedal steel guitar lends itself to such a soft sound palette so even in pieces that are highly structured (Always for Pleasure, Going Right to the Praying Mantis), I wanted to avoid the propensity to let the composition amble along, and rather create a brisk, biting percussive component. This can particularly be heard on "Del Mero Corazon", which pulses along with the droning bowing of the banjo and marimacho before drums kick in and later on the vibraphone. Thematically, much of the music (to me) takes on a somewhat ceremonial feeling and explores the trajectory of exploring intrapersonal contradictions and what it means to navigate a disharmonious public sphere. Films was also a major inspiration for songs and their titles: Wiilka & Phaxsi (named for the characters in the film Wiñaypacha), Always for Pleasure (named for the Les Blanks film) was an attempt at writing something akin to a processional march, "Going Right to the Praying Mantis" & "That's the Boss, Not Some Human!" was a quote of Milford Graves pulled from the film "Full Mantis". On that note, the title of the album, "Heart Music", is in recognition of Milford's exploration of the internal data, knowledge, and ultimately music that is present within our bodies. More so than on previous albums, I felt myself letting rhythm, intuition, and improvisation guide the work, often resulting in longer form pieces that allows myself (and hopefully the listener) to listen deeply, observing moments of tension and harmony tangled, dependent, and resolved by one another. One other noticeable addition is the introduction of poetry into "Madness is a Fully Instrumented Score" and "Evidence" (both spoken by Anna Jeters of the band Ancient Pools). This was touched on in my last album on the track "David's Death", but by bringing in the voice to create both parallel and perpendicular narratives, it creates another line to follow and bring the listener into a deeper state of listening. I like playing with blurred narratives, homespun ideas of conventional thoughts that are ever changing in a climate where fixed ways of relating to sound and composition can become something new and mangled in its own right.” If you dig the following then this is most certainly one for you… Susan Alcorn, Alice Coltrane, Phil Cohran, Bobby Hutcherson, Henry Flynt, Jon Gibson, Mind Over Mirrors, Natural Information Society, Johnny Coley, Oren Ambarchi, Tortoise, Yasuaki Shimizu, Califone.
Froid Dub - An Iceberg Cruising The Jamaican Coastline (LP)
Froid Dub - An Iceberg Cruising The Jamaican Coastline (LP)DELODIO
¥3,467
Swaying & icy ELECTRONIC DUB compilation straight from DELODIO STUDIO SESSIONS. " An iceberg crusing the Jamaican coastline."
Maoupa Mazzocchetti - UXY Dosing© Vol.2 (Nine Tracks Unselected by Judaah) (CD)Maoupa Mazzocchetti - UXY Dosing© Vol.2 (Nine Tracks Unselected by Judaah) (CD)
Maoupa Mazzocchetti - UXY Dosing© Vol.2 (Nine Tracks Unselected by Judaah) (CD)Brothers From Different Mothers
¥2,456
Amorphous Belgian mutant, Mauopa Mazzocchetti turns his hand to ambient reggaeton, alien R&B edits and experimental renders of hyper dembow with typical finesse for BFDM Maybe best known for producing club aces by Clara!, Mazzocchetti’s binds run deep and wide between avant sound craft and dance-pop, as distilled in these brilliant oddities for Paris powerhouse, BFDM. Doubling down on the first volume of ’21, he’s joined by Vica Pacheco, Mika Oki, and Phillip Jondo for a rambunctious follow-up full of reticulated rhythm and buckled, lustrous electronics that prize sheer texture and dynamic, but sharply disciplined by prevailing club movements. The two vocal cuts are clear standouts, with Vica Pacheco lighting up the all-too-short, weightless intro ‘Moonification’, while Mika Oki renders a severely warped take on Aaliyah in ‘Don’t Succeed’, while the rest of the canvas is spattered with Maoupa’s hyperstylized, instrumental graffiti. There’s a head-messing play of Kindohm or Rian Treanor-esque halfstep convolution in ‘True Story Imagined’ and its twisted 2-step reprise, while he shreds the fuck out of future dembow templates in ‘1,1 M Views from a Fishbowl’, and experiments with doble paso ballistics in ‘A Cat Crossed my Jetski’, and emergent Dutch artist Phillip Jondo helps harness the writhing slow rave energy of ‘1000 Tooth Smile’ in its its luridly gurned finale.
Timo van Luijk, Frederik Croene - Fortune de Mer (LP)
Timo van Luijk, Frederik Croene - Fortune de Mer (LP)La Scie Dorée
¥3,254
In 9 sequences ‘Fortune de Mer’ describes the power and beauty of dramatic fate, the irreversible. Like a clause of force majeure, an unforeseen one way trip to the desperate bottom. After losing the long battle nothing is left, only acceptance and resignation.
Jan Bruyndonckx - Rails and Other Tracks (LP)
Jan Bruyndonckx - Rails and Other Tracks (LP)Metaphon
¥3,254
First ever release of concrete and electronic collage works by Belgian underground sound explorer Jan Bruyndonckx. This album contains autonomous compositions, music for film and documentary; all independently recorded in his private studio between 1958 and 1965. A small collection of adventurous and mysterious sound evocations with text/poetry (Paul De Vree) recited by Julien Schoenaerts.
Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (CS+DL)Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (CS+DL)
Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (CS+DL)The Flenser
¥1,876
Cremation Lily’s “Dreams Drenched in Static” exists at the horizon of consciousness and heavy experimental music. Through the use of frenetic vocal melodies, tape degradation, and guitar noise, the album documents the liminal moments at the edge of sleep, and the distressing thoughts that often accompany late-night R.E.M. disturbances. The lyrics were largely written at three in the morning and serve to evoke the depression and meditations on death that seem to haunt these early hours. Based in London, England, Cremation Lily is the project of Zen Zsigo. Like many Flenser artists, the work of Cremation Lily is difficult to classify. The project began in 2009 as sample-based ambient music, but has evolved to incorporate more rock-oriented guitar instrumentation and influence from a wide range of genres such industrial, shoegaze, tape loops, noise, and power electronics. Although rooted in electronic music, Cremation Lily shares similarities with Flenser artists like Planning For Burial and Have a Nice Life, as well as black metal. "Dreams Drenched in Static" is the first Cremation Lily album to rely primarily on guitar and vocal-based contributions, and is the project’s most intentional and developed work to date.
Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (LP)Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (LP)
Cremation Lily – Dreams Drenched In Static (LP)The Flenser
¥3,298
Cremation Lily’s “Dreams Drenched in Static” exists at the horizon of consciousness and heavy experimental music. Through the use of frenetic vocal melodies, tape degradation, and guitar noise, the album documents the liminal moments at the edge of sleep, and the distressing thoughts that often accompany late-night R.E.M. disturbances. The lyrics were largely written at three in the morning and serve to evoke the depression and meditations on death that seem to haunt these early hours. Based in London, England, Cremation Lily is the project of Zen Zsigo. Like many Flenser artists, the work of Cremation Lily is difficult to classify. The project began in 2009 as sample-based ambient music, but has evolved to incorporate more rock-oriented guitar instrumentation and influence from a wide range of genres such industrial, shoegaze, tape loops, noise, and power electronics. Although rooted in electronic music, Cremation Lily shares similarities with Flenser artists like Planning For Burial and Have a Nice Life, as well as black metal. "Dreams Drenched in Static" is the first Cremation Lily album to rely primarily on guitar and vocal-based contributions, and is the project’s most intentional and developed work to date.
Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness (CS+DL)
Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness (CS+DL)The Flenser
¥1,876
BACK IN PRINT! A stunning reissue of the band's 2008 debut, consisting of a double-LP on COLOURED VINYL and a 75-PAGE BOOK. The music is a seamless blend of shoegaze, postpunk, new wave, industrial and noise influences.
Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness (2LP)Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness (2LP)
Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness (2LP)The Flenser
¥5,432
BACK IN PRINT! A stunning reissue of the band's 2008 debut, consisting of a double-LP on COLOURED VINYL and a 75-PAGE BOOK. The music is a seamless blend of shoegaze, postpunk, new wave, industrial and noise influences.
Muslimgauze vs The Rootsman - City of Djinn (2LP)Muslimgauze vs The Rootsman - City of Djinn (2LP)
Muslimgauze vs The Rootsman - City of Djinn (2LP)Via Parigi
¥4,799
Arguably one of the highpoints from both these UK sonic pioneers (John Bolotten aka The Rootmsan and Bryn Jones aka Muslimgauze). This is the first vinyl issue of original material previously published in 1997 on CD by Third Eye Music (Rootsman’s own CD imprint). Another collaboration between Muslimgauze and The Rootsman following the Amahar release.
Mixed Band Philanthropist - The Impossible Humane (LP)
Mixed Band Philanthropist - The Impossible Humane (LP)Staubgold
¥2,479
Recorded from 1984 to 1986, The Impossible Humane is the sole album from The New Blockaders side project Mixed Band Philanthropist. Originally released on the German Selektion label in 1987 and impossible to find nowadays, Staubgold makes this rare gem of industrial-goes-musique concrète available again in a strictly limited edition of 400 copies. Furthermore, the reissue contains two bonus tracks taken from the 7" single The Man Who Mistook a Real Woman for His Muse and Acted Accordingly. The album is assembled of exclusive source material by the who's-who of the industrial music scene of the time, including contributions from Nurse With Wound, Organum, Andrew Chalk, The New Blockaders, Etant Donnes, H.N.A.S., P16.D4, Asmus Tietchens, Controlled Bleeding, Smegma, Merzbow, and many more. "A classic chunk of destroyed concrète. Assembled from a variety of musical and spoken sources, this is a nonstop barrage of genius. Filled with headsnapping changes, sexual innuendo and general confusion, it's a totally great listening experience," said The Wire. Idwal Fisher wrote: "This car-crash tape collage still stands today as one of the best examples of the genre. Its perpetual barrage of split-second samples are a dizzying mess of '60s pop songs, scrapes, industrial whirr, uncategorizeable racket, ghostly voices, electronic beebles and burrs, sped-up records, tape whizz, machine rumble, snatches of reggae, bucket damage, kazoo farts, disco spots and about three-thousand or more (I'm guessing) other samples that really shouldn't work, but, by some sleight of hand or genius, actually do. On paper, snatches of steel bands shouldn't be found on the same side of tape as Geordie MCs, Michael Jackson, pneumatic drills, early Merzbow and '50s doo wop, but here they are and it works. Totally. Then comes the added bonus of being able to listen to this to the point of ad nauseam, mainly due to the fact that there are so few reference points that every listen brings something new."
The New Blockaders - Simphonie In X Major (CD)The New Blockaders - Simphonie In X Major (CD)
The New Blockaders - Simphonie In X Major (CD)menstrualrecordings
¥1,979
Re-issue of noise classic Simphonie in X Major (1989) plus Simphonie in O Minor (1991). SIMPHONIE IN X MAJOR TNB certainly make one hell of a racket. Simphonie In X Major makes Whitehouse sound like minimal art! Audion TNB are in a world of their own and always have been. Ripped out of the grooves and positively bleeding out of the speakers Simphonie In X Major takes Stockhausen's baby and abuses it cruelly. Once the bloody and battered carcass has been discarded the entrails are assembled into something that takes on a life of its own. Sound that has pain scratched into its flesh with nails. Music From The Empty Quarter Simphonie In X Major’s two movements push the boundaries of TNB’s debut, Changez Les Blockeurs to its logical limit. It’s Changez… with it’s testicles twisted into an uncomfortable position. The two movements contain all that is good in the world of TNB and by extension the Noise world at large, an aural delight that takes in massive amounts of junk-scrape, buckets of nails, cutlery wars, medieval catapults being drawn taught, all of it harnessed into a framework of surroundsound tumult. Idwal Fisher Simphonie In X Major begins with huge industrial blasts and moves through phases of machinery destroying itself. TNB take the symphony into the woods and pound it until it stops speaking its language of reconciliation and resolution. This rejection of narrative is crucial in returning us to the question of influence - which can no longer be heard in terms of inheritance but must be seen as agonistic and retrospective. Not only this, but it is undone - not refused, the spurious belief in individual genius unconnected to history stripped back. Organized Sound Simphonie In X Major uses a sarcastic Dadaist title to conceal an LP of sheer genius filth-noise concoction. A full panoply of sounds: junkyard percussion, revving-engines and industrial power-tools, all providing a sense of unstoppable forward motion. This simphonie is a continual charge forward into the very maw of death. The Sound Projector Imagine if Sisyphus was pushing, instead of a boulder, a giant mining-cart filled with rusted sheet-metal, nuts, bolts, and screws up a hill endlessly for eternity. That would paint an appropriate profile of the sounds heard during Simphonie In X Major. The two tracks convey a kinetic energy of human labour and struggle and create a convincing portrait of the human spirit in the industrial age. Whether they intend to or not, TNB create the perfect soundtrack to the human endeavour to conquer nature and the machine. Itzmehall SIMPHONIE IN O MINOR Simphonie In O Minor is, depending on your point of view, the sound of tape-hiss, an unheard scream in the dark, or the entire history of Noise put through a shredder and reversed back into oblivion. Idwal Fisher Made up from evacuated tape and punctuated by a single sound event, Simphonie In O Minor feels like the sonic equivalent of a deep field shot straight into the abyss. The Wire The resolutely nihilist TNB sign a resolutely blank cassette, Simphonie In O Minor, the pendant to Simphonie In X Major, a composition of tempestuous 'musique concrete.' TNB advocates maximum volume and an inflated equalization of the low and high frequencies for optimum listening. The most knowledgeable ears would appreciate the subtle pitch variation induced by the title: void alteration in minor mode. Grooving In Silence Edition of 300 copies in digipack.
The New Blockaders & Vortex Campaign - The New Vortex Blockaders CampaignThe New Blockaders & Vortex Campaign - The New Vortex Blockaders Campaign
The New Blockaders & Vortex Campaign - The New Vortex Blockaders Campaignmenstrualrecordings
¥1,979
Edition of 180 copies in digipack. First official re-issue. The New Vortex Blockaders Compaign was released on tape in 1984 and was bootlegged on LP in 1998. Both editions are now sought after collectors items. This release went down in noise history as a big classic, and is now reissued, in nice remastered form. 'Extreme, nihilistic Musique Concrete which creates unrelenting walls of sound... Images of chaos, collapse and extreme violence dominate.' Aeon 'This will rip your face off and wear it as a mask!' CMS Foundation
The Mystic Revelation of Teppo Repo - Kosmoksen erakko  (LP)The Mystic Revelation of Teppo Repo - Kosmoksen erakko  (LP)
The Mystic Revelation of Teppo Repo - Kosmoksen erakko (LP)Sähkö Recordings
¥3,218
The music of TMROTR is channeling the spirit of the Finnish forests and nature, combining shepherd music with hypnotic and subtle elements of spiritual jazz and nyabinghi rhythms. Their instrumentation includes various self-built and custom-made instruments such as a log percussion setup and many different kinds of flutes.
Equations Collective - Equations Collective x Lena Platonos x Rabih Beaini (12")Equations Collective - Equations Collective x Lena Platonos x Rabih Beaini (12")
Equations Collective - Equations Collective x Lena Platonos x Rabih Beaini (12")99CHANTS
¥2,163
In 2021 99CHANTS released chant#8: 'The Helicon Sessions', the debut album by Equations Collective, a multi-disciplinary artist group comprising Artefakt, Aroma Pitch, Aphelion, and Sphera De Noumenon. An expansive suite of improvised electronics combining drone, dub, techno and acid, 'The Helicon Sessions' were recorded at an outdoor, solar powered studio on Mount Helicon in Boeotia, Greece. Following on from this in 2022, 99CHANTS presents chant#9: 'Equations Collective x Lena Platonos x Rabih Beaini', a brace of remixes that rework the album's original sessions. Inviting artists to reinterpret the release around ideas of reconstruction/deconstruction, this new record features pioneering Greek electronic musician, pianist, and lyricist Lena Platonos, in collaboration with Equations Collective member Yiorgos Konstantoulakis (aka Aphelion), alongside Lebanese-born producer, DJ and Morphine label head Rabih Beaini. Lena Platonos x Yiorgos Konstantoulakis' Side A 'reconstruction' of 'The Helicon Sessions' explores tense sonic atmospheres and incorporates subtle, kinetic drum machine susurration from Konstantoulakis, providing a setting for Platonos' Greek language spoken word poetry. On Side B, Beaini's 'deconstruction' of the sessions dives into percussive electronics inspired by specific rituals in West Java. Performed on an 808 and outboard gear, the track gradually builds to a full-bodied crescendo before introducing understated washes of melodic colour.
Big Yawn - Pressure Acts (12")
Big Yawn - Pressure Acts (12")Research Records
¥2,691
Heavy Machinery Records is proud to present 'Pressure Acts' the spectacular new EP from Melbourne electronic quartet Big Yawn. Big Yawn make experimental electronic music by fusing a wash of sweeping synthesizers, heavily refracted vocal sampling, motorik style percussion and disorientating dub FX. Their latest studio release 'Pressure Acts' creates a space where breaks compete with live drums compete with drones. Relentless pummelling bass lines and kinetic dub FX come standard. Big Yawn's energetic and unrelenting live performances create a definitive impression on this release. The sonic textures in the record are lush, stoned, frenetic and fun. The music is sinister yet also tongue-in-cheek — Phil Collins and Slipknot may have even been sampled. The first single 'Ragazzo' is ideal for joy rides in HSVs and/or flaunting at the local disco parlor - a dank blend of YMO style pop hooks, driving bass, delicate synths, and a robotic pulse. 'Pressure Acts' by Big Yawn is a joint release brought to you by Heavy Machinery Records and Research Records.

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