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Alek Lee - Sfarot EP
Alek Lee
Sfarot EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Antinote guys have always been keen on introducing new names to you and this addition to the label’s catalogue makes no exception to the rule: they are pleased to present Sfarot, the debut EP from Alek Lee, a musician currently living in Tel-Aviv..The geographic origin of the artists on the Parisian imprint has never been felt as much as on Alek Lee’s debut 12”. In a very “fourth world” manner, Alek Lee brings together middle-eastern influences in his music with ease and without ever having it sounding cliché: on Harabait and Sfarot (and its dub version), his friends and him play the violin, the bass clarinet and the accordion in a way which reminds of Klezmer music, putting the three songs on the EP in line with both his musical education and his cultural background. This seems strikingly true when taking into account the process Alek Lee went through to record the tittle-track: the original material used in Sfarot comes from a recording Lee did a few years, and on which were recorded traditional songs Israeli children used to learn at school, performed by a choir of very young kids. Both conceptually and musically hypnotizing, Sfarot and its dub version take the listener on a slightly psychedelic tripas the haunted voices from the kids loose themselves in long reverbs and are backed by a wide range of instruments played by the Israeli musician including an electric organ, percussions, etc.And if you are still in need of more dubby excursions, the closing track is the one for you.
D.K. - Distant Images
D.K.
Distant Images
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 01.12.2017
Distant Images is D.K.’s fourth release on Antinote and we can say quite safely that Dang Khoa Chau fueled a few identifiable obsessions over the years – for those familiar with his work, it probably won’t feel like uncharted territory when they’ll hear a somehow well-known guitar in the background of the title-track..What time spent collaborating with D.K. also showed us is how much his sound magnified itself and its textures sharpened for the past three years. We now know for sure that his music only seems versatile on the surface as Distant Images confirms that the Paris-based musician has been, in fact, digging deeper in the same direction; each new record working like a diaphragm, always more precisely adjusted to capture his inner vision. It feels, for instance, like D.K.’s music is constantly trying to reach a higher level of vanescence from one record to an other, a process which possibly accelerated after a visit from Suzanne Kraft – who he recorded an album with, earlier this year (coming out on Melody As Truth).With Distant Images, D.K.’s sound also took a step further into reality – the most attentive ears will hear seagulls on Distant Images while rain is softly falling on Leaving – and slightly departed from the digital universes that hisprevious records seemed to set in motion. From the most abstract songs – like the Steve Reich-ian Shaker Loops – to the most evocative ones, the five compositions on Distant Images are like stained glass, gently filtering natural light. It is therefore no coincidence if, of all the senses, the titles of the songs mostly refer to Sight: close your eyes while listening to the cinematographic Days Of Steam and visions of an industrious city might appearbefore you.The beauty that emanates from Distant Images is of a diaphanous kind and the record a collection of kaleidoscopic moments.
V.A. - Five Years Of Loving Notes
V.A.
Five Years Of Loving Notes
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
5th Birthday comp featuring a host of artistst who've graced the label over the perioid.. Exclusives from Tolouse Lowtrax, Geena, Iueke, Domenique Dumont, . Inoue Shirabe, Raphael Top-Secret and more... Gatefold Sleeve. TIP! .Made of 14 sketches - each reflecting one of the many shades of the label’s catalogue - Five years of Loving Notes features new names as well as those of artists who have been involved with the label since it’s very beginning, like Geena or Iueke - responsible for the first 12” released on Antinote.The music on this compilation covers a wide spectrum of moods and atmospheres, from the dark and raw excursions from Tolouse Low Trax or Iueke to the lush instrumental crafted by Nico Motte and Syracuse’s Antoine Kogut; however as the listener gets deeper into the compilation, the whole of the tunes, sitting side by side on the records, start to make sense as they all seem to point towards the same direction. If one should try isolating a common trait from all these songs, one might come to the conclusion that it lies in the way they all speak directly to the listener’s emotional receptors, unvarnished and without abusing of producer’s “tricks”.We’ll let the tricky question mentioned before in your hands once you will have been through this 63-minute long testimony of exclusive music by the artists who have been shaping Antinote’s sound for five years; from the opening Latvian arabesques from Domenique Dumont to the Pink-Floyd-ian ending from the latest addition to the label, Alek Lee, via Leonardo Martelli’s smoggy electro and Raphael Top Secret’s ominous talk-over.
Tolouse Low Trax - Decade Vol.3/3
Tolouse Low Trax
Decade Vol.3/3
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The thrid an final installment of archive material, selected by Antinote. A killer suite if you ask us. TIP! .You can trail away with it. It is easy to enter, but hard to drop out. Tolouse Low Trax just needs an MPC, a small Synthesizer set up and some effects to create subliminal hypnotic music trips, driven by dark synthlines and drunken shuffled patterns. “The primitiveness in my music is linked to something simple, and that don’t have to be obligatory minimal. For me it is enough to dance rough around the core. Music you don’t shape till the end contains of a moment of beauty. A veil of secrecy. I work very simply. I rather reduce my possibilities in ompass. Limitations offer lots of liberties.” He reveals about his work ethic. Even if his music sounds darker then any ever experienced night, he mostly produces it in the morning in his highly inspirational studio home. During the dark times of the day Tolouse Low Trax mostly performs live around the globe. Or hangs out in his second home: the Salon Des Amateurs club bar in Dusseldorf, which he once founded and where he held until today two weekly DJ residencies. The moments and atmospheres he inhales during these lightless moments are mirrored in his shadowy music, about which he also confesses: “My art is more a cinematic, literally idea of a large to explore Megacity. This is one of the pictures I would link to my music.” On “???” part one he now offers five sounding visions about that “Megacity”. They listen to mysterious names like “Hidden Flat” or “Studies in Drama”. They are nervous. They have ephemeral pieces of dub, Industrial, wave or Italian library music. And at times strangealienated voice samples dance within his highly addictive arrangements. Words can't express their magic. But one thing is fore sure: his hypnotic dance-not-dance tracks do not only illuminate so-called freaks!
Geena - Peace Love Earth: Mental DJ's Land Volume 2
Geena
Peace Love Earth: Mental DJ's Land Volume 2
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,44 €* 10,99 € -5%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Time has passed since Geena’s latest weedy excursions on Antinote, but the man is finally back, inviting you to take a dip in a swimming pool filled with molly! When confronting the backlash of all those pills you light-heartedly ate the previous during the night, “Peace, Love & Earth: Mental DJ’s Land Vol. 2” might be your best ally to deal smoothly with those never ending morning afterparties of yours: a perfect mix of tribal anthems for happy ravers and a bunch of reassuring, balearically-named, New Age tunes. Even Geena’s most banging compositions seem to be lurking on the quilted side of house on “Peace, Love & Earth”. Keep, the most “Metroplexian” moment of the 12-inch, draws away from the dryness of some of its illustrious Detroit-born predecessors by integrating some liquid elements to its raw structure, while synthetic choir-filled KG Voice and tribal house Blue Transfer give the impression that they both have been dipped into a big glass of Sizzurp. Behind the overly suggestive names “La Isla” and “Natural High” lay some quality ambient interludes, taking us back to that time when ambient records had the word “Ambient” in their names. “Peace, Love & Earth: Mental DJ’s Land Vol. 2” gets as good as the amazing artwork by checkmorris suggests: healing music for quirky party people.
Radiante Pourpre - Radiante Pourpre
Radiante Pourpre
Radiante Pourpre
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Born in a cave in Bordeaux, Radiante Pourpre is one of the many children of Simple Music Experience, a collective and label floating somewherebetween Marseille, Paris and Bordeaux and which inexorably attracted to itself many outsider experimentalists from the French electronic scene for the past few years. Antinote is now reissuing a long out-of-print tape that the duo recorded in 2014 in Brussels’ art space Komplot..Alex & Léopold, the two halves of Radiante Pourpre, learned in some smoky basement how to give life to their own desolated mental landscapes - only populated by the ghostly figures of the likes of Muslimgauze and Genesis P-Orridge - and to merrily loose themselves into them during long sessions surrounded by Korg synths and cassette players. Ghostly, their music is indeed: by suffering the many manipulations that the two are applying to their huge collection of samples, these fragments of sonic material, little by little, loose their consistency to become nothing more than a faint reminder of their previous life, a dilapidated version of their past-self.Manipulating the very essence of the sounds sampled, the duo is lurking on dub as well as industrial or musique concrète. By their multiple tape manipulations the two musicians reshape our world’s map, as the whim takes them, fostering the most improbable meetings: faint synths crash themselves against a solid wall of Irakian percussions while Brazilian voices melt into field recordings of fearsome machineries.
18 Rays - 18 Rays Ep
18 Rays
18 Rays Ep
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Summer has not officially kicked in yet but Antinote’s new addition to its roster will sure soundtrack perfectly its upcoming warm nights: encapsulating the teenage dream of an endless summer, 18 RAYS is the moniker behind which some of the label’s most steady fixtures gave a try at recording music together, somewhere straight in the heart of Paris’ 18th arrondissement.Nico Motte, Zaltan & Raphaël Top-Secret have been friends way before each of them occasionally played his part in the Parisian label and it is mainly out of this friendship that they conceived 18 RAYS, a vessel to finally give lifeto the band they dreamed of in their teenage years. It is safe to say that 18 RAYS has been in their mind for quite a while, but it was only last winter, after a couple of bottles of natural wine on a hazy evening, that they decidedthat it was time to give it a real go and to pick up the instrument each learned years ago: the guitar, the bass and the drums.Produced by Nico Motte – the man behind all the artworks of the label - the trio spent 5 weeks between Synth City (Motte’s studio) and Red Bull Studio in Paris working on these 4 songs, each sitting somewhere between some sort of timeless and somehow aquatic dream pop and blurred visions of an eerie grunge sound, that probably never was.That being said, the genesis of 18 RAYS might explain why their debut EP turns out to be such an intimate affair: while it took its members down memory lane, the listener will embark on an ethereal trip, taking him to a parallel
Succhiamo - Succhiamo
Succhiamo
Succhiamo
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,44 €* 10,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
To begin the year with, Antinote summoned Panoptique and JC Satan’s Paula to release a badass two-tracker, paying a pared-down tribute to a very overlooked period in recent musical history: the accursed electroclash-era..At a time when “Balearic” has become the new musical gospel, the holiest adjective one can use to describe one’s music (and therefore, electroclash has become the musical antichrist - to keep going with the biblical comparison)… while everyone seems to glorify stuff like Ibiza’s “endless sunsets”, the duo happily kicks over the anthill with a song, a record and a band soberly called Succhiamo (first person plural of “to suck” in Italian). The title-track straightforwardly announces what the main elements of Succhiamo’s music are: over-saturated simple patterns of drum machines and EBM-infused lines of synths backing overtly sexual vocals in Italian. Nothing more, nothing less.On the flip side, Succhiamo deals with the same formula in depth, engaging this time in detailing a meaningless list of products available in the “supermercato”. The song conveys a nihilist - but fun - attitude, and it just sounds as if the band was crashing a car in a commercial zone in high spirits… As a kind of inheritor to Ich Bin, Succhiamo offers to bring some stupidity in the club and gives serious dance music producers the finger, like some irreverent Franco-Italian Beavis & Butthead.
Leonardo Martelli - Previsto
Leonardo Martelli
Previsto
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Antinote)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This time Leonardo Martelli explores a more urban universe, as the use of rap samples on Negli abissi and Lo Schema suggests. Martelli exploits their aggressiveness in a way that somehow reminds us of minimalist rap tapes from Memphis. Martelli’s brutal come-back to raw electro with a tune which depicts us a hellish engine room for expiating souls. Finally, the record concludes with Previsto, a haunted title track, filled with wailings that give us to contemplate a cruel vision of the urban misery we’re stuck in.
Stephane Laporte - Fourrure Sounds Volume 2
Stephane Laporte
Fourrure Sounds Volume 2
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Antinote)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
“Don’t judge a book by its cover” they say, well, this saying applies to Stéphane Laporte’s Fourrure Sounds Vol.2, for nothing solar lies behind the glorious sunset on the cover of his second album for Parisian imprint, Antinote. While Fourrure Sound Vol.1 recalled an era of naïve electronic experimentations recorded to soundtrack TV documentaries, Vol.2 resurrects 1990’s 12-hour-long rave parties. For the occasion, Stéphane Laporte changed the name of his godfathers from François De Roubaix and Jean-Jacques Perrey to Conrad Schnitzler and I-F.
Inoue Shirabe - Achromatic Illusion EP
Inoue Shirabe
Achromatic Illusion EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,19 €* 11,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
noue Shirabe is no newcomer for those who have been following Antinote’s releases last year. With "Gravitation Of Acidtree / Function Spring" his third release on the Parisian imprint, the Okayama’s producer delivers what may be his two most sophisticated tracks so far.
Nico Motte - Life Goes On If You Are Lucky
Nico Motte
Life Goes On If You Are Lucky
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Antinote)
15,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After releasing a beautiful debut 12” last year on Antinote, the man behind the visual identity of the Parisian imprint makes an impressive come-back on the label’s catalogue with "Life Goes On If You Are Lucky". While listening to it for the first time, we can already imagine the long nightly conversations held between Nico Motte and his machines that gave birth to this album – the man trying to learn from the machines their most secret sounds.
Syracuse - Liquid Silver Dream
Syracuse
Liquid Silver Dream
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Antinote)
14,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Debut full length from this quirky French pair after a couple of very impressive singles. We are pleased to hear Antinote continuing to delve the of experimental 'Pop' electronics area. Excellent stuff!
Geena - Pure Ground Research
Geena
Pure Ground Research
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Antinote)
10,79 €* 11,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The mighty Geena is back on Antinote with a new EP filled with deepest psychedelic goodness and spaced surprises. Comes housed in a glorious printed sleeve! 
Panoptique - EP
Panoptique
EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Antinote)
6,99 €* 9,99 € -30%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Antinote are very pleased to announce a new release by their good friend from Bordeaux, a chap known as Panoptique whose first 12" is a heavy "mixed live to tape" bomb of hard rocking techno covering the whole of side one, DJ perfection for those hazy dawn warehouse moments. Side two sharply delivers an introspective ambient journey, with two compositions that balance intensity and beauty as with a memorable cocktail on a special morning. His second record is already in the works, so keep your eyes and ears open for more from Panoptique, a welcomed new member of the Antinote team.
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