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Micachu/ Oliver Coates / Eliza Mccarthy - Peace / Riding Through Drinking Harpo Dine
Micachu/ Oliver Coates / Eliza Mccarthy
Peace / Riding Through Drinking Harpo Dine
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Foom)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Die Single enthält zwei Stücke der britischen Musikerin und Komponistin Mica Levi, die auch unter demKünstlernamen Micachu sowie als Gründerin der Band Micachu and the Shapes (heute: Good Sad HappyBad) bekannt ist. Der A-Seiten-Track "Peace" wird vom englischen Cellisten Oliver Coates, der zuletzt durchseine Arbeiten für das Radiohead-Album "A Moon Shaped Pool" Aufsehen erregte, gespielt. Die Aufnahmestammt aus dem November 2016 und folgt beider Kollaboration "Remain Calm". "Riding Through DrinkingHarpo Dine" ist das erste Stück einer Serie von Arbeiten, die Levi für die preisgekrönte Pianistin ElizaMcCarthy geschrieben hat. Es stellt eine Überarbeitung von "Harpo Dine" aus Micachus 2014er-Mixtape"Feeling Romantic Feeling Tropical Feeling Ill" dar. Auch McCarthy und Levi haben in der Vergangenheitschon zusammengearbeitet, zum Beispiel beim Soundtrack zum Film "Jackie: Die First Lady" (2016).
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Peter Zummo - Lateral Pass Feat. Arthur Russell
Peter Zummo
Lateral Pass Feat. Arthur Russell
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Foom)
30,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Zummo's Lateral Pass suite continues on stylistically from where Zummo With With An X (reissued by Optimo Music in 2012) left off, with 4 unique and arresting movements - “Sci-Fi,” “Slow Heart”, “Song VI” and the original, quintet version of one of the most acclaimed of Peter Zummo and Arthur Russell's collaborations - “Song IV”.
Javiera Gonzalez - The Beat Is On
Javiera Gonzalez
The Beat Is On
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Foom)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Javiera González returns with The Beat Is On, the second release in her ongoing collaboration with Tobias Freund (Tobias./NSI). Recorded between Santiago de Chile and Berlin, with vocals (improvised in one take) by Javiera González, and music by Tobias Freund.
Bruno Pronsato - Us Drag
Bruno Pronsato
Us Drag
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Foom)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Neighbors In The Movies Key Selling Points Bruno Pronsato returns with his first new artist album in 6 years.
Rhys Chatham - Pythagorean Dream
Rhys Chatham
Pythagorean Dream
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Foom)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Rhys Chatham returns with his first new album in 3 years, the apocryphal and enchanting Pythagorean Dream.Having studied under Terry Riley and La Monte Young (whom he later went on to work with)---Chatham fused the overtone-drenched minimalism of John Cale and Tony Conrad with the relentless, elemental fury of the Ramones. It was an inspired amalgamation — the textural intricacies of the avant-garde colliding with the visceral punch of electric guitar-slinging punk rock — and with it Chatham created a new type of urban music. Raucous and ecstatic, this sound energized the downtown New York scene throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, prefigured the No Wave movement and cast a huge influence over the subsequent work of Chatham’s many protégés, including Glenn Branca and future members of Sonic Youth.Primarily focused on the electric guitar (but also featuring flute and a bit of trumpet) the recording is named after the Pythagorean guitar tuning it employs. The new recording is a truly solo endeavour; composed, performed, produced, engineered and mastered solely by Chatham.Following his Guitar Trio Is My Life! and A Crimson Grail records—the latter, the extensive revisiting of his groundbreaking “Guitar Trio” (1977) which featured the entire guitar section of Sonic Youth, and members of Swans, Tortoise, Godspeed You Black Emperor!, Modern Lovers, A Silver Mt. Zion & Hüsker Dü; the former, his work for large electric guitar orchestra which premiered in Paris in 2005 (for 400 guitars) and was reworked for the Lincoln Center Out Of Doors Festival in New York City in 2009 (200 electric guitars and 16 electric basses)—Chatham felt a need to get back to basics, returning to that most intimate and direct way of experiencing music: the solo.Going back to the model of composer as performer that was pioneered in the 1960s by artists such as Tony Conrad and Terry Riley, Chatham began to develop solos that he would play himself, choosing to incorporate the multi-second delay effect pioneered by Terry Riley with two Revox Tape Machines. Feeling that it tied in with his overall minimalist aesthetic (having studied under, and then worked with La Monte Young in the early 1970s) and that the effect (which gives the impression that choirs and choirs of instruments are playing) was fitting as a succession to his 100-guitar idea, Chatham created and layered feedback loops of varying durations using Riley’s method in order to create rich, overlapping layers which in practice transcend the limitations of their start and end points, blooming into free-flowing melodies in theirown right.Part One of Pythagorean Dream is comprised of a brief trumpet intro, followed by a guitar piece which implements a finger picking technique (Chatham has long been a fan of this style; John Fahey was one of his teenage musical heroes), before moving to an eBow section, and concluding with the fast tremolo flatpicking technique used in the context of his 100 guitar pieces.Part Two is principally about Chatham’s return to the flute, the instrument which sparked his love of contemporary music; which he mastered in his adolescence prior to experiencing the early Ramones show at CBGB’s which caused him to changed course and focus on the electric guitar. While composing this solo work, Chatham figured that the flute’s timbre would make a suitably interesting contrast to the guitar and trumpet, which led him to pick up the instrument again. Pythagorean Dream features Chatham on C, alto & bass flutes. The recording is brought to a close with a final guitar piece.
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