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Black Marble - It's Immaterial Black Vinyl Edition
Black Marble
It's Immaterial Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
18,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Their 2nd LP & 1st for Ghostly International explores more claustrophobic & immediate territory than their debut. Pressed to limited white vinyl
Shigeto - No Better Time Than Now
Shigeto
No Better Time Than Now
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
17,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fans of SHIGETO's previous work will find all the hallmarks of his sound here - the warm, inviting washes of liquid synth sounds, the intricate production, the jazz-influenced arrangements.Now, however, they're imbued with a subtle energy - "Detroit Part 1," for instance, features a surprisingly pounding hip hop beat, while "Ringleader" is propelled by an insistent hi-hat pattern that sits slightly ahead of the beat, giving the track a driving mood that belies its tempo.
Lusine - Sensorimotor Colored Vinyl Edition
Lusine
Sensorimotor Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
23,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From his early releases as Lusine onward, Jeff McIlwain’s electronic explorations make up one of the more diverse discographies of the past decade and a half. Effortlessly blurring the lines between techno, electro-pop and experimental composition, the Texas-raised/Seattle-based producer’s arrangements are meticulously constructed, but also filled with emotion and soul. With an introspective turn that’s hinted at in the record title, Lusine’s fourth album for Ghostly sees McIlwain diffusing the pop-leanings of 2013’s The Waiting Room with opaque, brush-stroked melodies washing over these new buoyant productions.“I suppose the concept behind Sensorimotor pulls from a special kind of double meaning of the word,” McIlwain reveals. “The literal, to me, is the integration of your senses with actions, like with birds and how they move so fluidly in flocks. It’s just fascinating how their brains are able to comprehend such quick actions collectively at once.”“The symbolic is a bit harder to put into words,” he adds. “I guess it’s just the concept of figuring out how much control you have over your artistic output—what types of restrictions you should place on it versus how much of it just involves instinct and intuitiveness.”Indeed, Sensorimotor is a visceral album, with gorgeous opener “Canopy” slowly building into an empyrean cloud of music box chimes and an amorphous thrum. The following “Ticking Hands” is just as beguiling yet also more formed, with the processed melancholy vocals of McIlwain and his wife Sarah filtered into a chilling lament that unfolds over the song’s light skitters and Kraftwerkian pulse.“Sarah and I wrote this song (“Ticking Hands”) as a kind of catharsis for the time we spend apart when I’m touring,” McIlwain explains. “It’s about the idea of being somewhere and wishing your other half was there to experience those moments.”Sensorimotor finds other past Lusine collaborators returning as well, with longtime friend Benoît Pioulard’s narcotic croon looped into a swirling arpeggio during “Witness.” Vilja Larjosto also makes two appearances, with her sun-kissed vocal melodies spliced and splayed across the steady pulsing bass and fluorescent synth pads of “Just a Cloud,” and later on “Won’t Forget,” delivering a breathy processed melody atop a jaunty shuffle of cut-up woodwind instruments and keys.Working with an arsenal that includes an MPC1000, a borrowed Prophet 5, hand percussion, glockenspiel, as well as field recordings and samples of live instruments, McIlwain’s productions often merge the digital world with the real world. Yet from the fluttering Terry Riley-esque samples of woodwinds in “Chatter” to the epic, widescreen synths of “The Lift,” Sensorimotor is surprisingly cohesive throughout. Its ebb and flow forms a musical narrative that’s as much a Lusine album as it is a soundtrack for the listener’s own imagination.
Geotic - Abysma Colored Vinyl Edition
Gold Panda - Lucky Shiner
Gold Panda
Lucky Shiner
LP | 2010 | EU | Original (Ghostly International)
17,99 €*
Release:2010 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ever wondered what would happen if you gather a more confused Caribou, a love-sick Prefuse 73 and a sober Fly Lo in a dusty basement and force them to record a tribute to My Bloody Valentine, with Toro Y Moi and Panda Bear as executive producers? Well, "Lucky Shiner" might give you a hint...
Lusine - A Certain Distance
Geotic - Abysma Black Vinyl Edition
Jacaszek - Kwiaty Colored Vinyl Edition
HTRK - Psychic 9-5 Club
HTRK
Psychic 9-5 Club
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
16,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Psychic 9-5 Club is truly an album for the body and for the soul.
Com Truise - Galactic Melt
Com Truise
Galactic Melt
2LP | 2012 | EU | Reissue (Ghostly International)
28,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
When talking about the music of Com Truise (one of the many pseudonyms of New Jersey designer/musician Seth Haley), the nostalgia bit inevitably comes up, so let’s get that out of the way. Yes, his songs tap classic sci-fi and proto-electro in a way that is distinctly early eighties in scope. But they’re also remarkably weird—stutter-step proggy and intoxicatingly psychedelic, like those classic touchstones got drunk on lava lamp juice inside a pinball machine. After his well-received Cyanide Sisters EP, a grip of remixes for artists like Twin Shadow, Neon Indian, and, uh, Daft Punk, and a few floating MP3s, Truise’s first LP, Galactic Melt, will finally enter brainspaces this summer.And what an appropriate title it bears. For a brief moment, opener “Terminal” subsumes you in warm, starry-eyed synth arpeggios, and then down the rabbit hole you go—from the keyed up, skyscraping machine love of “VHS Sex” and “Cathode Girls” to opuses like “Air Cal” and “Ether Drift” that sound like Doogie Howser’s idea of the perfect prom song—mathy, forlorn, funky, and mighty in technical ambition. That they’re all noticeably cinematic is, of course, by design—Haley envisioned Galactic Melt as a “sort of film score…from the mind,” chronicling the lift and death of Com Truise, the world’s first synthetic/robotic astronaut, from his creation and life on earth to his subsequent mission to a newly discovered galaxy called “Wave 1.” Eventually, Truise becomes one with his newfound cosmos, like Pinocchio becoming a real boy, but in the nether regions of imaginary space.Haley says knowing when and how to complete such an opus was the hardest part of making the record, nevermind all the carefully synth programmed patches on his Sequential Circuits Split-8 or the three years of real life that transpired during its genesis. It’s a world unto itself, a sci-fi bildungsroman of sorts, and most importantly, an awesome escape from the corporeal.
Moiré - No Future Black Vinyl Edition
Moiré
No Future Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
When Moiré decided to call his second album No Future, he wasn’t trying to make a political statement so much as state the obvious: If humanity keeps heading down the hateful path outlined by certain right-wing political figures and recent political events, we might as well hit the nearest self-destruct button.Today’s musicians are faced with a similar now-or-never situation: they can either experiment and evolve or get brushed aside by the Next Big Thing in an industry that’s as flippant and fickle as it’s ever been. Moiré welcomes this challenge with a record that’s avant-garde and accessible, possessing a punk spirit without stealing its sound wholesale. No Future builds its story on the back of halogen-lit hooks and left-field dance loops instead, leaving a trail of breadcrumb-y beats for guest vocalists like MC DRS (a longtime collaborator of LTJ Bukem) and post-grime poet James Massiah. They both tackled the album's loose themes without being told about them beforehand. They simply got it. Immediately.Modeling his machine funk melodies after the sci-fi stories of Philip K. Dick is certainly a nice start, as it leads to songs that feel both futuristic and strangely human. Or as Moiré —a former architect with a deep interest in design—puts it, “His books are like paintings of what’s going to happen; they’re always rooted in reality and current issues. No Future is about where we are as a society right now, too. It makes me think of four words: fear, hypocrisy, inequality, and lies.No Future also captures a fading sense of what makes our cities so special—a celebration of art itself, something that’s been threatened by the rising cost of real estate and the steady closure of major clubs like Fabric and Plastic People. That explains why a smoke-clearing song like “Lost You” is about more than just a mere relationship. It alludes to a complete lack of communication and the loss of, well, everything—our societies, our countries, our families, and our friends.
Tycho - Epoch Black Vinyl Edition
Tycho
Epoch Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Epoch is the latest album from Scott Hansen's continually expanding project Tycho. The new album is at once a departure and an evolution for Tycho; honing the sonic aesthetic of Dive while drawing on the kinetic energy of Awake, it explores darker themes and new musical territory.
Starchild & The New Romantic - Crucial
Starchild & The New Romantic
Crucial
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
16,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Songs that draw equally from electro & R&B, at the center of which is an undeniable twinge of sadness.
Tycho - Awake
Tycho
Awake
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For nearly a decade, Tycho has been known as the musical alias of Scott Hansen, but with the release of Awake – his second LP for Ghostly International – the solo project has evolved into a three-piece band. Relating closer to post-rock than ambient soundscapes, the record is situated in the present, sounding more like Hansen than drawing from his influences. “This is, in many ways, the first true Tycho record.”
Tycho - Dive
Tycho
Dive
2LP | 2011 | EU | Original (Ghostly International)
21,99 €*
Release:2011 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
While his formative years were spent listening to everything from Yes to Photek, Scott Hansen didn't get his hands on an actual guitar or drum machine until he left his native Sacramento for San Francisco in 1995. "Encountering this whole new world at 20 years old was a profound experience," says Hansen, better known by his musical pseudonym Tycho and as the graphic artist ISO50. "At the time, I was just learning the processes of design and music, both felt very similar, and have flowed back and forth for me ever since."As seamless as his two creative outlets have been, nearly a decade passed before the release of Hansen's first proper Tycho LP, Sunrise Projector (later expanded and reissued under the title Past Is Prologue). And while three striking singles have emerged since then, the sum of all those sepia-toned parts is nowhere near the double-exposed soundscapes of Dive. The product of a prolonged break from IS050's design work and blog, it pays tribute to Tycho's prismatic past (the dense, guitar-guided turning points of 'Daydream' and 'Adrift') but spends most of its time pointing to the project's not-so- distant future.That can mean any number of things, really, from the halcyon hooks and hopeful horizons of 'A Walk' to the expansive, wildly expressive tone poetry of the title track, an eight-minute epic that unfolds like a compressed concept album. Or at the very least, a restless vision of prog-rock - one that's been coated in neon colors and filtered through a thick piece of blotter paper. And then there's 'Elegy,' a spare curtain closer that pairs a vulnerable crescendo with a fitting bridge to future works.And with that, Dive establishes its position as the most diverse musical statement of Hansen's multi-medium career, the point where his skills as a performer finally catch up with his vaporized vision of a world that doesn't belong to any particular time or place.
Dabrye - Two / three instrumentals
Jacaszek - Kwiaty Black Vinyl Edition
Lusine - Sensorimotor Black Vinyl Edition
Lusine
Sensorimotor Black Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From his early releases as Lusine onward, Jeff McIlwain’s electronic explorations make up one of the more diverse discographies of the past decade and a half. Effortlessly blurring the lines between techno, electro-pop and experimental composition, the Texas-raised/Seattle-based producer’s arrangements are meticulously constructed, but also filled with emotion and soul. With an introspective turn that’s hinted at in the record title, Lusine’s fourth album for Ghostly sees McIlwain diffusing the pop-leanings of 2013’s The Waiting Room with opaque, brush-stroked melodies washing over these new buoyant productions.“I suppose the concept behind Sensorimotor pulls from a special kind of double meaning of the word,” McIlwain reveals. “The literal, to me, is the integration of your senses with actions, like with birds and how they move so fluidly in flocks. It’s just fascinating how their brains are able to comprehend such quick actions collectively at once.”“The symbolic is a bit harder to put into words,” he adds. “I guess it’s just the concept of figuring out how much control you have over your artistic output—what types of restrictions you should place on it versus how much of it just involves instinct and intuitiveness.”Indeed, Sensorimotor is a visceral album, with gorgeous opener “Canopy” slowly building into an empyrean cloud of music box chimes and an amorphous thrum. The following “Ticking Hands” is just as beguiling yet also more formed, with the processed melancholy vocals of McIlwain and his wife Sarah filtered into a chilling lament that unfolds over the song’s light skitters and Kraftwerkian pulse.“Sarah and I wrote this song (“Ticking Hands”) as a kind of catharsis for the time we spend apart when I’m touring,” McIlwain explains. “It’s about the idea of being somewhere and wishing your other half was there to experience those moments.”Sensorimotor finds other past Lusine collaborators returning as well, with longtime friend Benoît Pioulard’s narcotic croon looped into a swirling arpeggio during “Witness.” Vilja Larjosto also makes two appearances, with her sun-kissed vocal melodies spliced and splayed across the steady pulsing bass and fluorescent synth pads of “Just a Cloud,” and later on “Won’t Forget,” delivering a breathy processed melody atop a jaunty shuffle of cut-up woodwind instruments and keys.Working with an arsenal that includes an MPC1000, a borrowed Prophet 5, hand percussion, glockenspiel, as well as field recordings and samples of live instruments, McIlwain’s productions often merge the digital world with the real world. Yet from the fluttering Terry Riley-esque samples of woodwinds in “Chatter” to the epic, widescreen synths of “The Lift,” Sensorimotor is surprisingly cohesive throughout. Its ebb and flow forms a musical narrative that’s as much a Lusine album as it is a soundtrack for the listener’s own imagination.
Moiré - No Future Colored Vinyl Edition
Moiré
No Future Colored Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
29,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
When Moiré decided to call his second album No Future, he wasn’t trying to make a political statement so much as state the obvious: If humanity keeps heading down the hateful path outlined by certain right-wing political figures and recent political events, we might as well hit the nearest self-destruct button.Today’s musicians are faced with a similar now-or-never situation: they can either experiment and evolve or get brushed aside by the Next Big Thing in an industry that’s as flippant and fickle as it’s ever been. Moiré welcomes this challenge with a record that’s avant-garde and accessible, possessing a punk spirit without stealing its sound wholesale. No Future builds its story on the back of halogen-lit hooks and left-field dance loops instead, leaving a trail of breadcrumb-y beats for guest vocalists like MC DRS (a longtime collaborator of LTJ Bukem) and post-grime poet James Massiah. They both tackled the album's loose themes without being told about them beforehand. They simply got it. Immediately.Modeling his machine funk melodies after the sci-fi stories of Philip K. Dick is certainly a nice start, as it leads to songs that feel both futuristic and strangely human. Or as Moiré —a former architect with a deep interest in design—puts it, “His books are like paintings of what’s going to happen; they’re always rooted in reality and current issues. No Future is about where we are as a society right now, too. It makes me think of four words: fear, hypocrisy, inequality, and lies.No Future also captures a fading sense of what makes our cities so special—a celebration of art itself, something that’s been threatened by the rising cost of real estate and the steady closure of major clubs like Fabric and Plastic People. That explains why a smoke-clearing song like “Lost You” is about more than just a mere relationship. It alludes to a complete lack of communication and the loss of, well, everything—our societies, our countries, our families, and our friends.
Telefon Tel Aviv - Fahrenheit Fair Enough
Telefon Tel Aviv
Fahrenheit Fair Enough
2LP | 2001 | EU | Reissue (Ghostly International)
25,99 €*
Release:2001 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ghostly re-releases Telefon Tel Aviv‘s acclaimed debut album Fahrenheit Fair Enough. The album was originally released by John Hughes III’s Chicago-based Hefty imprint back in 2001, and was praised for its fusion of glitchy IDM tropes and the smoky post-rock of Chicago mainstays Tortoise.
Recondite - Corvus
Recondite
Corvus
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Nachdem Recondite die letzten drei Jahre Platten für so herausragende Labelswie Innervisions, Hotflush, und Acid Test produziert hat, kehrt er nun mit einemMinialbum zu Ghostly International zurück, das sich aus rustikalen FieldRecordingsund blassen, mondbeschienenen Melodien der Durchbruchs-LP desBerliner Produzenten „Hinterland“ zusammensetzt. Benannt nach derunheilverkündenden Vogelfamilie, die Raben und Krähen beinhaltet, ist „Corvus“ein ausgleichendes Werk, das von so unterschiedlichem wie dem Soundtrack zu„The Revenant“ von Ryuichi Sakamoto und Max Frischs schwerem Roman„Homo Faber“ beeinflusst ist. Am Ende, so beschwört der Herr aus Rottal-Inn,gibt es doch ein Licht am Ende dieses speziellen Tunnels. Oder wie er es sagt:„Melancholisch heißt nicht unbedingt dunkel. Musik kann fröhlich und launischsein.“
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow - Sweatbox Dynasty
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow
Sweatbox Dynasty
Tape | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
4th solo album finds the rural recluse resurrecting an old approach to hack a new path through the muck. This may be his most unintentionally psychedelic & left-field creation yet
Kllo - Well Worn
Kllo
Well Worn
12" | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Enhances their high-gloss hooks even further, following a handful of steely pop singles.
Xeno & Oaklander - Topiary Black Vinyl Edition
Tycho - Past Is Prologue
Tycho
Past Is Prologue
2LP | 2006 | US | Reissue (Ghostly International)
25,99 €*
Release:2006 / US – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tycho’s Past Is Prologue has a storied history. The tracks began as Sunrise Projector, Tycho’s 2004 full-length debut on Gammaphone records; the record was then expanded and reissued in 2006 as Past Is Prologue on Merck records; and now, Ghostly International is reissuing Tycho’s original masterwork, re-introducing graphic designer / producer Scott Hansen’s musical universe: a lush, expansive imaginary landscape of sepia-toned keyboards, warm downtempo beats, and mile after mile of sun-dappled beauty.
Choir Of Young Believers - Rhine Gold
Choir Of Young Believers
Rhine Gold
2LP | 2012 | EU | Original (Ghostly International)
21,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Choir of Young Believers, led by Jannis Noya Makrigiannis, garnered an imposing number of accolades in their Danish homeland for a debut full-length. That release, This Is for the White in Your Eyes, signaled the arrival of a powerful new talent, possessed of a fully formed vision, arch compositional ingenuity and a tenor to die for. While White in Your Eyes racked up overwhelmingly positive international press, it can practically be seen as a soft launch for Choir of Young Believers’ masterful Rhine Gold. If Rhine Gold hews closely to the template of its predecessor, it expands on it in every way. Now a proper band, the collaborative dynamic has imbued their sound with more authority and daring, as Choir inhabits a wholly unique space where intimate folk, classic Krautrock, big-sky Americana, avant-garde composition and bombastic theatricality seamlessly serve the same master. Like Choir’s music, Makrigiannis’ powerful voice unifies the ambitious scope of Rhine Gold by sounding at once dolorous and magisterial. The rich, enveloping production does wonders to corral such creative largess under a unified, sepia-toned song cycle.Rhine Gold begins with the patient unfolding of “The Third Time,” which doesn’t reveal its Orientalist flair until a third of the way in. “Patricia’s Thirst” follows with a brief, perfect pop moment, before “Sedated” weighs in with a ‘70s soundtrack feel and the scheme of subtly shifting backdrop of sounds, from playful piano and backwards passages to gentle rain. “Paralyze” offers cosmic, motorik exploration, with an acoustic interlude for good measure. Wistful ballad “Have I Ever Truly Been Here” is Rhine Gold’s devastating melodic, emotional center. Bass and cello provide the unlikely backdrop to the album’s most outre hook on “Paint New Horrors.” A chamber orchestra and spectral female voices soak “The Wind Is Blowing Needles” in minor-key melancholia. The album culminates in Rhine Gold’s namesake track, deploying strings, piano and digital effects to summon mounting tension; a fitting conclusion to this complex and beautiful release.
Psymun - Rainbow Party
Psymun
Rainbow Party
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Preorder 05.05.2017
Punky noise, woozy hip-hop and oddball electronics are throwing a rager and it's a colorful one. Such is the basis for new Ghostly signee Psymun's Rainbow Party EP, a three-track foray into the far reaches of Hip-Hop from the Minnesotan music-maker.As part of the acclaimed Thestand4rd project (including fellow Minnesotans Corbin (aka Spooky Black), Bobby Raps and Allan Kingdom) as well as solo work on the Pink Label - Psymun returns with a sonic statement that's as emotive and adventurous as the impressive as the work he's supplied his crew with.EP opener "Glitch Tundra" features frequent collabora- tor Chester Watson dropping in over a sweeping, ominous beat, all fog and chilly echo.Stretching out over seven minutes, an ominous vocal sweeps overhead while synths stagger upwards and dip beneath before a psychedelic, rowdy turn rips deep into the project's heart.The rest of Rainbow Party doubles-down on the project's noise influence. Borne out of a prompt from Ryan Olson of fellow Minneapolis outfit Poliça, Psymun endeavored to make a set of music entirely at 55 bpm, and two of his experiments evolved into the finished tracks included here."I Need My Boy," in a departure from some of his prior production work, relies almost entirely on an arsenal of hardware to thump and wail; a voltaic and warm sonic quality which Psymun says even he finds hard to emulate without his newly acquired synthesizers."Confetti" also makes use of analogue equipment, but works within a palette that may be more familiar to the producer's fans: jangly percussion and aquatic melody intertwine for a slow-burning but dynamic exercise in leftfield beatmaking.As the track draws to a close, vocalist K.Raydiodrops in for a phantasmagoric few bars before the noisy cannon blows once more.It's an aptly titled closer, streamers drifting from above as the festivities come to an end: a party to be remem- bered in technicolor.
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow - Sweatbox Dynasty Blue Vinyl Edition
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow
Sweatbox Dynasty Blue Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
20,79 €* 25,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
4th solo album finds the rural recluse resurrecting an old approach to hack a new path through the muck. This may be his most unintentionally psychedelic & left-field creation yet. Pressed to limited blue vinyl
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow - Sweatbox Dynasty Black Vinyl Edition
Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow
Sweatbox Dynasty Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
16,79 €* 20,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
4th solo album finds the rural recluse resurrecting an old approach to hack a new path through the muck. This may be his most unintentionally psychedelic & left-field creation yet
Tycho - Awake Remixes
Logan Takahashi - Nogeo Black Vinyl Edition
Mary Lattimore - At The Dam
Choir Of Young Believers - Grasque Colored Vinyl Edition
Choir Of Young Believers - Grasque Black Vinyl Edition
Beacon - Escapements Black Vinyl Edition
Beacon
Escapements Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
16,79 €* 20,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Their sophomore album for Ghostly International thrives on an amorphous, free-flowing nature. Pressed to limited metallic silver vinyl.
Shigeto - Intermission Black Vinyl Edition
Shigeto
Intermission Black Vinyl Edition
12" | 2015 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
His inimitable hallmarks are certainly there: heavy drum-machine knock & jazzy synth flourishes, airy thumb piano, percussive, polyrhythmic grooves.
Heathered Pearls - Body Complex
Heathered Pearls
Body Complex
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For Jakub Alexander, the languages of music and visual art are permanently intertwined. And he's always been this way—from his birthplace in communist Poland, to growing up outside of Detroit, to his current home in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. "When music like Gas, early Dial Records, and Mille Plateaux releases in the 2000s popped up in my headphones," Alexander begins, "it was completely visual for me. Something clicked from collecting pages out of old Architectural Digest magazines and being completely overwhelmed with inspiration for my own visions of interior architecture."
Matrixxman - Homesick
HTRK - Marry Me Tonight
Fort Romeau - Insides
Fort Romeau
Insides
2LP | 2015 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
25,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
His patient methods are a central component to the billowy house music on Insides, though this isn't an indulgent album of gratuitous buildups & tiresome breakdowns. Each production is pointed & purposeful, as the artist crafts every second of analog electronics with rich detail, nuance, & refinement.
Michna - Thousand Thursday Colored Vinyl Edition
Michna
Thousand Thursday Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
11,99 €* 19,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Are we all tired of the "[Artist] Returns After [Number] Years in Obscurity" headline yet? Because Michna sure is. Nearly seven years following the NYC DJ/producer's debut album for Ghostly, Magic Monday, he's finished the official follow up to that record, but Adrian Yin Michna doesn't want to overstate what happened in the interim. "Life just moves," he starts casually, "there's been a lot going on." DJ gigs, music production for video games and commercials, and film scoring have kept him busy, along with a healthy balance of painting, biking, and other non-musical endeavors. In light of Michna's sophomore LP, Thousand Thursday, though, it all seems beside the point. Simply put, his latest record is a celebration of the producer's love for vibrant electronic music, bothering very little with conceptual or contextual baggage.And yet, in many ways, Thousand Thursday effortlessly streamlines Michna's life and cultural background into affable dancefloor sounds. "My dad is from Ealing in West London," he shares, "and that's been a huge direct musical influence my whole life, especially when I was a teen and spent some time in London in the mid­-'90s." You can easily hear that much in the ravey breakbeats and horn stabs that sneak into synthy tracks like "Cherry 2000" and "Time Will Tell", or even the vibe of rain­-soaked streets that permeates Thousand Thursday. Then there's the artist's enduring love for classic house, disco, and hip­-hop, which is more obvious. "Nuroq Legacy" effortlessly brings all of these influences into one lively, eclectic dance track, but the wistful "Increasing Ambition" is pure neon Italo and Michna's unclassifiable brand of of hip-hop has never sounded better than on "She Exists In My Mind".Perhaps less apparent is how the industrial tapes from Michna's childhood played a role in creating these 10 spirited tracks. "I started re-­listening to them primarily just to hear how they flip samples," he elaborates, and the technique is used all over Thousand Thursday. It lends the music an added bit of personal history and what Michna calls "subliminal messages," as he borrows from years and years worth of field recordings—including bits of "Blackberry video, Flip camera tour footage, terrible interviews with friends, people on the street, and found sounds galore." Rifle through the slow-grooving robo-beats on "Believe In It Pt. II", or "Jace the Mind Sculptor"'s densely textural ambient drift, and you'll uncover layer upon chopped up layer of these lovingly curated snippets. There seems to be a tapestry of life's strange, beautiful, and unexpected moments woven into Thousand ThursdayFor all of its varying influences and reference points, Thousand Thursday is actually a strong cohesive listen; each of Michna's productions flow seamlessly into the next. This is an album where NYC/LA dance-­pop vocalist MNDR can deliver her chilly falsetto next to a lifelong gearhead twiddling the knobs of his Akai S­950, Korg MS­20, E­mu SP­1200, and other coveted hardware. Thousand Thursday is the sound of Michna re-discovering his passion for writing tunes and crafting an album, and whether he likes it or not, it all tells us a bit about where his mind has been during the years of his process.
Michna - Thousand Thursday Black Vinyl Edition
Michna
Thousand Thursday Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
21,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance, Pop
Are we all tired of the "[Artist] Returns After [Number] Years in Obscurity" headline yet? Because Michna sure is. Nearly seven years following the NYC DJ/producer's debut album for Ghostly, Magic Monday, he's finished the official follow up to that record, but Adrian Yin Michna doesn't want to overstate what happened in the interim. "Life just moves," he starts casually, "there's been a lot going on." DJ gigs, music production for video games and commercials, and film scoring have kept him busy, along with a healthy balance of painting, biking, and other non-musical endeavors. In light of Michna's sophomore LP, Thousand Thursday, though, it all seems beside the point. Simply put, his latest record is a celebration of the producer's love for vibrant electronic music, bothering very little with conceptual or contextual baggage.And yet, in many ways, Thousand Thursday effortlessly streamlines Michna's life and cultural background into affable dancefloor sounds. "My dad is from Ealing in West London," he shares, "and that's been a huge direct musical influence my whole life, especially when I was a teen and spent some time in London in the mid­-'90s." You can easily hear that much in the ravey breakbeats and horn stabs that sneak into synthy tracks like "Cherry 2000" and "Time Will Tell", or even the vibe of rain­-soaked streets that permeates Thousand Thursday. Then there's the artist's enduring love for classic house, disco, and hip­-hop, which is more obvious. "Nuroq Legacy" effortlessly brings all of these influences into one lively, eclectic dance track, but the wistful "Increasing Ambition" is pure neon Italo and Michna's unclassifiable brand of of hip-hop has never sounded better than on "She Exists In My Mind".Perhaps less apparent is how the industrial tapes from Michna's childhood played a role in creating these 10 spirited tracks. "I started re-­listening to them primarily just to hear how they flip samples," he elaborates, and the technique is used all over Thousand Thursday. It lends the music an added bit of personal history and what Michna calls "subliminal messages," as he borrows from years and years worth of field recordings—including bits of "Blackberry video, Flip camera tour footage, terrible interviews with friends, people on the street, and found sounds galore." Rifle through the slow-grooving robo-beats on "Believe In It Pt. II", or "Jace the Mind Sculptor"'s densely textural ambient drift, and you'll uncover layer upon chopped up layer of these lovingly curated snippets. There seems to be a tapestry of life's strange, beautiful, and unexpected moments woven into Thousand ThursdayFor all of its varying influences and reference points, Thousand Thursday is actually a strong cohesive listen; each of Michna's productions flow seamlessly into the next. This is an album where NYC/LA dance-­pop vocalist MNDR can deliver her chilly falsetto next to a lifelong gearhead twiddling the knobs of his Akai S­950, Korg MS­20, E­mu SP­1200, and other coveted hardware. Thousand Thursday is the sound of Michna re-discovering his passion for writing tunes and crafting an album, and whether he likes it or not, it all tells us a bit about where his mind has been during the years of his process.
Lord Raja - A Constant Moth Colored Vinyl Edition
Lord Raja
A Constant Moth Colored Vinyl Edition
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Welcome to the world of Lord RAJA, a strange, sometimes perilous alternate dimension with beauty and decay in equal measure. It's a world built on the beat-centric music which flows through New York native Chester Raj Anand's stream of consciousness; here, classic hip-hop is spliced into vintage IDM, ambient, footwork, and experimental sound design. Our latest dispatch from Lord RAJA's uncanny realm is the impulsive and unpredictable A Constant Moth LP, 12 hyper-detailed scenes ripped from the surreal mayhem at play in the mind of this talented young producer.After releasing his lush Rubies EP with Ghostly in the spring of 2013, Lord RAJA has travelled further down the wormhole opened by the beatmaking greats and electronic innovators, seeking a place to call his own. His debut album, A Constant Moth, is that cosmic destination, and has been carved out and personalized with a strong sense of texture, rhythm, and spaciousness. Productions like "Skyre" and "Pistol Refix" put forth heavily smashing beats as the foundation of Lord RAJA's palace, while opulent dancefloor heaters "Throw Them Out (System)" and "De Lia Lu Lu" build glittering pillars from juke experiments and low-res electroisms, respectively. Warp affiliate Jeremiah Jae graces the atonal thump of "Van Go" with his sharp stanzas, and beatless synth composition "Gottfried Semper" billows in the astral landscape's warm breeze. As far as we can discern, A Constant Moth is the most eclectic and fully realized depiction of Lord RAJA's far-off galaxy to date.But these 12 tracks are indeed just a glimpse into the sheer scope of the East Coast artist's musical vision, as A Constant Moth boasts a brisk 35-minute runtime that'll leave you itching to jump into its dizzying barrage again. From the opening moments of "Yelleo E"—with its jittery rhythmic workout and whirlpool atmospheres—to the warbling radio transmissions which close out "Golden Gravity Birds", Lord RAJA's debut LP delivers an intricate portrait of a burgeoning new producer. A Constant Moth is one of those rare records that sounds precociously self-assured while also hinting at a vast sonic universe that he's only begun to explore.
Beacon - L1 EP
Beacon
L1 EP
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
15,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For much of the Brooklyn duo's career, Beacon has worked with a kind of effervescent, forward-looking R&B that evokes out-of-body experiences, but with their new L1 EP, the music is anchored assuredly to your flesh, bone, and physical senses. The brawny synth timbres which open lead track "Fault Lines" and the stomping beats bolstering gauzy falsettos on confident songs like "Minor Structures" set the tone for a new phase in Beacon's evolution, one geared toward the movements and magnetism of human bodies. As producer Jacob Gossett puts it, "Our records have often been described as moments after the night has given way, a 'comedown after the club.' Hopefully, this record inspires people to go back out for one more."Mixed by Al Carlson—who has worked on Autre Ne Veut's Anxiety and St. Vincent's Marry Me, among many other notable records—L1's five tracks focus on themes provided by a natural phenomenon in gravitational physics known as Lagrangian points. The title itself refers to the point in space where a satellite can fall in synchronous orbit with the earth around the sun, caught between the two gravitational pulls and never falling out of sync. With a breathy voice that sounds as vulnerable as it does touchingly sanguine, singer and producer Thomas Mullarney III translates the idea to nuanced musings on internal conflict, human relationships, and questions about desire, guilt, and pleasure. "I wanted to stage intimacy and desire as natural forces,” explains Mullarney, “spinning with reflex and intuition, caught within different spheres of influence.”
Lord Raja - Constant Moth Black Vinyl Edition
Lord Raja
Constant Moth Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
20,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Welcome to the world of Lord RAJA, a strange, sometimes perilous alternate dimension with beauty and decay in equal measure. It's a world built on the beat-centric music which flows through New York native Chester Raj Anand's stream of consciousness; here, classic hip-hop is spliced into vintage IDM, ambient, footwork, and experimental sound design. Our latest dispatch from Lord RAJA's uncanny realm is the impulsive and unpredictable A Constant Moth LP, 12 hyper-detailed scenes ripped from the surreal mayhem at play in the mind of this talented young producer.After releasing his lush Rubies EP with Ghostly in the spring of 2013, Lord RAJA has travelled further down the wormhole opened by the beatmaking greats and electronic innovators, seeking a place to call his own. His debut album, A Constant Moth, is that cosmic destination, and has been carved out and personalized with a strong sense of texture, rhythm, and spaciousness. Productions like "Skyre" and "Pistol Refix" put forth heavily smashing beats as the foundation of Lord RAJA's palace, while opulent dancefloor heaters "Throw Them Out (System)" and "De Lia Lu Lu" build glittering pillars from juke experiments and low-res electroisms, respectively. Warp affiliate Jeremiah Jae graces the atonal thump of "Van Go" with his sharp stanzas, and beatless synth composition "Gottfried Semper" billows in the astral landscape's warm breeze. As far as we can discern, A Constant Moth is the most eclectic and fully realized depiction of Lord RAJA's far-off galaxy to date.But these 12 tracks are indeed just a glimpse into the sheer scope of the East Coast artist's musical vision, as A Constant Moth boasts a brisk 35-minute runtime that'll leave you itching to jump into its dizzying barrage again. From the opening moments of "Yelleo E"—with its jittery rhythmic workout and whirlpool atmospheres—to the warbling radio transmissions which close out "Golden Gravity Birds", Lord RAJA's debut LP delivers an intricate portrait of a burgeoning new producer. A Constant Moth is one of those rare records that sounds precociously self-assured while also hinting at a vast sonic universe that he's only begun to explore.
Christopher Willits - Opening
Christopher Willits
Opening
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
21,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"For years, I’ve imagined the work I do in music, photography, video/film, immersive audio and meditation all coming into one space," says music-art guru Christopher Willits from his home in San Francisco. It's an ambition that seems especially befitting of a worldly polymath like Willits. "Sound and light can transform and inspire our imaginations," he continues. "It can be used as a tool to awaken our consciousness." And that is exactly what he has set out to do with Opening, the veteran Ghostly artist's new immersive audio-visual project.
Tycho - Awake
Tycho
Awake
CD | US | Original (Ghostly International)
14,99 €*
Release:US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"This is, in many ways, the first true Tycho record." Following 2011's "Dive" LP, the San Francisco-based designer toured extensively, and with a full band on stage, his sound coalesced into a percussive, organic whole.
Recondite - Hinterland
Recondite
Hinterland
CD | 2013 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
14,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hinterland is another step forward in Recondite’s progression, maintaining a style all his own and acknowledging the finest moments in his previous releases. It’s no small feat to incorporate one’s observations of human nature against nature, and to lay it out in such a way that is cohesive, linear and sonically beautiful both up close and from a distance.
Fort Romeau - Stay True EP
Fort Romeau
Stay True EP
12" | 2013 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
17,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fort Romeau continues to roll out consistently tight productions for Ghostly in 2013.
Lusine - Lucky
Lusine
Lucky
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Ghostly International)
12,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"Lucky" gets the remix treatment by Jereny Greenspan, Lake People and Steve Hauschildt of the Emeralds!
Osborne - The Ghostly Remixes
Osborne
The Ghostly Remixes
12" | 2010 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
11,69 €* 12,99 € -10%
Release:2010 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
strongly limited edition 12" of 300 copies worldwide, incl. another crazy bruning Bullion remix!
V.A. - Disco nouveau vol.1
V.A.
Disco nouveau vol.1
12" | 2002 | US | Original (Ghostly International)
9,99 €*
Release:2002 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Daniel Wang 'pistol oderso' / DMX Krew 'meke me' / Ectomorph 'lost angles' / Lowfish 'no longer accepting complaints
School Of Seven Bells - Alpinisms
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