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Donato Dozzy - The Loud Silence
Donato Dozzy
The Loud Silence
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Further)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In April of this year, Donato Dozzy took a set of mouth harps back to his parent’s house in the Italian countryside and set about exploring the possibilities of that most basic of instruments. The mouth harp had been calling to Dozzy ever since childhood, when he had discovered the "marranzano” on a holiday in Sicily with this parents at the tail end of the 1970s. Almost four decades later, Dozzy had begun to see in this peculiar, ancient sound, the roots of the music he’d been making and playing in clubs all these years. It was time to find out how far he could trace it all back. The Loud Silence is the result of those explorations, an accompanied deep-dive into childhood memory, social history and the roots of psychedelia. Recorded indoors and outdoors, half-way up mountains and on the edge of the Mediterranean sea, the record is meditative but also powerful. Dozzy has distilled his ideas into an incredibly intimate sound, one that invites an inverted sort of exploration, pushing you further and further into your own head. Each track maintains an inviolable central pulse, while delicate, fluttering sounds hint at vast spaces that might open up at any minute - they’re just waiting for you to connect with them.
Scuba Death - The Worm At The Core
Scuba Death
The Worm At The Core
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Further)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
An innate facet of the human condition is the very personal way we choose to process our own fatality. Faced with dealing with the feelings of anxiety, death and fear after nearly drowning whilst diving in the South Atlantic in his youth, Ricardo Donoso chose to channel them into his creative process. The result was Scuba Death, a project that was fully realised on Donoso’s widely acclaimed 2014 Further debut, Nitrogen Narcosis. After spending time devoted to establishing his Kathexis label as well as delivering a trilogy of albums under his given name for the Denovali label, Donoso returns to Further with a second Scuba Death offering, The Worm At The Core. The 36 minutes of The Worm At The Core expand on the creeping conceptual thrust of that Scuba Death debut, the title referencing the work of late 19th Century American philosopher William James. In his 1902 book, The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature, James described the knowledge we all must die as “the worm at the core” of the human condition, further adding that this universally-shared fear informs all our urges, be it creative or destructive. New Release Information Donoso continues to funnel this innate fear for positive, creative means on The Worm At The Core, which presents an important element of continuity from his previous journey to the depths as Scuba Death.
Crotaphytus - Acanthosaura
Crotaphytus
Acanthosaura
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Further)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Robert Witschakowski takes a break from rewiring the rules of electro with his prolific The Exaltics project to deliver the eerie soundtrack album, ‘Acanthosaura’. Working with Nico Jagiella - with whom he co-runs the Solar One label - the pair have created the soundtrack for a world of flickering shadows, dark ambient textures and ominous bass tones. It’s the first Crotaphytus release in six years and according to Witschakowski, a project stemming from his love of reptiles and movie soundtracks. Like previous Crotaphytus releases on Solar One, ‘Acanthosaura’ is a deeply atmospheric affair. With each track title a reference to different types of lizards, from the death-paced drums of “Cyclura Cornuta” to the slow-motion ebm-disco groove of “Xenosaurus Platyceps” and the murderous subs of “Caiman Latirostris". In between, the dark ambient passages of “Conolophus Subcristatus” and “Amblyrhynchus Cristatus” as well as nods to The Exaltics’ spaced out electro in “Iguana Delicatissima". However, Robert insists that the album remains true to the project’s ethos. “Crotaphytus is always dark and haunting. The project has no rules and that gives us the total freedom to make everything with it. I make also different styles with The Exaltics, but I have a concrete vision every time. With Crotaphytus, we let it flow and see were we land at the end. “For this album, we tried to create an atmosphere like you are in a deep jungle, chased by giant lizards. Ambient has really the power to transport feelings. I guess this is subliminal in us from watching films.
Human Rays - A Tension
Human Rays
A Tension
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Further)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Human Rays - Stockholm, Sweden producer Robin Smeds Mattila - says that the music on A Tension was made during nocturnal sessions in a studio full of mostly cheap analog and digital gear, all in one take. “I kind of let the mood guide me and just go with
Mogador - Overflow Pool
Mogador
Overflow Pool
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Further)
12,99 €* 19,99 € -35%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Some records just barely nudge your consciousness, but they do so in such an intriguing manner that their tentativeness and ephemerality lure you in deeper than you expect. Such is the case with Overflow Pool by Mogador, a new project by Will Long. This prolific producer—who is best known for his profoundly meditative ambient music under the name Celer—favors the longform, beatless approach to composition, as he lets his rigorously honed tones unspool with a gentle insistence. Overflow Pool consists of three lengthy pieces full of lingering, aqueous chords that are spaced out by suspenseful lacunae. Each piece revolves around episodes of briskly struck piano chord clusters that are left to decay to near silence, for maximal contemplativeness. These are followed by a lowerkeyed retort, as if to ground the listener and to keep her from getting overly optimistic from the preceding burst of Harold Buddonuppers tones. Similarities to Brian Eno's Thursday Afternoon are also evident, as Mogador methodically doles out morsels of oceanic calm geared to align your chakras like some 21stcentury Stephen Halpern LP. It sounds ideal for flotation tanks, deeptissue massages, and general relaxation. Long observes that Mogador differs from his Celer output “because it's completely unprocessed. This is a pure room recording with no extra effects; only piano and reeltoreel delay.” The Yokohama, Japanbased musician says that his primary aim with Overflow Pool “was to make something that doesn't happen all the time—it's so sparse, that it blends into the room. It happens so seldom that it's easy to forget about. You just catch it here and there. That's the feeling I wanted.” It's a feeling that's all too rare in modern music—peacefulness without sentimentality.
Strategy - Information Pollution
Strategy
Information Pollution
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Further)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Like some ingenious combination of John Cage's chance operations and the numbers station data stream captured on The Conet Project, Strategy's new album immerses listeners in baffling sonic waters. It's a riveting work that converts the enigmatic effluvia of shortwave and dispatch radio chatter into thrumming, staticriddled clouds of ambience. An undercurrent of unease wafts through Information Pollution's four lengthy tracks, as barely audible molecules of aural junk never meant for public consumption get repurposed into an unsettling strain of inverted chillout music. Information Pollution was born out of restraints. After moving into a new house with little space to set up his studio properly, Strategy (Portland producer Paul Dickow) could only work with a few devices at a time. He'd acquired an old Akai reeltoreel tape deck with tube preamps from his father, who'd recently cleaned out his own studio. Using radios, homemade effects boxes, and the tape deck, Strategy recorded these sound collages live to tape, without touching any synths or deploying any samples. “I discovered a lot of ghostly shortwave sounds,” Dickow says, “but also ambulance, parking, and school bus dispatch channels on forgotten frequencies that I think might have been once used for police or broadcast TV.” The result falls somewhere between Philip Jeck's eroding turntable symphonies and William Basinski's poignantly decaying Disintegration Loops. Dickow relates that he uses the term “Information Pollution” to classify “any spam, broadcast saturation, junk mail, invasion of unwanted information [that enters] the socialemotional public realm.”
Moufang / Czamanski (Move D & Jordan GCZ of Juju & Jordash) - Live In Seattle
Moufang / Czamanski (Move D & Jordan GCZ of Juju & Jordash)
Live In Seattle
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Further)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. free mp3 download.In May 2013 at a nondescript Seattle space called 1927 Events, twothirds of Magic Mountain High—Germany’s David Moufang (aka Move D) and the Netherlands’ Jordan Czamanski of Juju & Jordash—teamed up for a live performance that ma
Jonas Reinhardt - Palace Savant
Jonas Reinhardt
Palace Savant
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Further)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Helping listeners to escape reality—which has been known to grate, on occasion—has long been a noble aim of many musicians. One of the most effective ways to do that is to create imaginary soundtracks for impossible science-fiction films, the darker and more un-Hollywood-like, the better. Another method is to take inspiration from great works of architecture—which, as Goethe cogently noted, “is frozen music.” The latter route is used by Brooklyn producer Jonas Reinhardt (aka Jesse Reiner) on his sixth album, Palace Savant. Reiner undergoes a profound solo odyssey on this album. Palace Savant may be the most spectacular realization of Jonas Reinhardt’s outward-bound sonic aspirations. These eight tracks draw on 14th-century architect Peter Parler’s breath-taking St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. “St. Vitus is a statement to the future by the rulers at the time,” Reiner says. “It’s surreal, grandiose, psychedelic—and the sheer scale of human ambition involved is almost beyond comprehension.” Parler reportedly deviated from the cathedral’s initial blueprint and elevated the Gothic style to heretofore unimagined, bizarre levels. With Palace Savant, Reiner projected Parler’s handiwork to Thomas Edison’s era of electricity. “I envisioned [Parler] retrofitting his cathedral with excesses of incandescent light, preparing for a coming age of electronics. Palace Savant is what a contemporary electronic performance in that space might sound like.”
Strategy - Noise Tape Self
Strategy
Noise Tape Self
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Further)
18,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
With a quiet intensity over the last 12 years, Strategy has proven himself to be an incredibly resourceful and rewarding musician in both group settings and as a solo artist. In the latter guise, this Portland producer/multi-instrumentalist (aka Paul Dickow) has released a prolific amount of excellent work for quality indie labels such as Kranky, Idle Hands, 100% Silk, Endless Flight, and Entr'acte, putting a cerebral yet sensual spin on dub, ambient, post rock, and house music. For his Further Records debut, Noise Tape Self, Strategy delves ever deeper into his more ambient inclinations and experiments with tape loops. Most of the six tracks bear titles more suited for a library record, but Noise Tape Self lacks library music's faceless functionality; rather, it's an immersive soundtrack to stimulating one's imagination or losing one's bearings.
Rrose Plays James Tenney - Having Never Written A Note For Percussion
Rrose Plays James Tenney
Having Never Written A Note For Percussion
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Further)
19,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rrose’s debt to experimental music has never been more obvious than on September 20, 2012, when he performed James Tenney’s “Having Never Written A Note For Percussion” live in Washington, DC. The simple yet colossal piece is one of that American composer’s most famous works, requiring the performer to play one percussive instrument constantly, taking it from the quietest point to the loudest and back again. Done well, it’s a fascinating exploration of tone, volume and decay, and a showcase for drone music’s unusually transportive powers. “Never Having Written A Note For Percussion” has always been a personal favourite of Rrose’s. He was struck with the inspiration to try it out after touring a disused trolley tunnel beneath downtown DC, where the possibilities of “seemingly endless and unpredictable reverberations” seemed like the perfect environment for Tenney’s composition. He made a 32-inch gong played with two mallets the central device of his performance, creating a towering leviathan of sound capable of the softest highs and the deepest lows.
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