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Itasca - Unmoored By The Wind
Unmoored By The Wind
LP | 2014 | US | Original (New Images)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Received a 7.4 rating from Pitchfork.Folk guitarist and songwriter originally from New York State Kayla Cohen, a.k.a. Itasca, has released several small-press CDrs and cassettes over the past five years. A resident of Los Angeles since 2012, She records at home, taking inspiration from the fringes of the city’s open space and natural land. On Unmoored by the Wind, Cohen achieves new levels of clarity and expansiveness. Where 2012’s Grace Riders on the Road reveled in homemade intimacy, Unmoored by the Wind opens to the world, reaching a timeless, near-baroque yearning; each of these eleven tracks burns with a unique vision. At once soft-spoken and virtuosic, Cohen’s mesmerizing fingerpicking lays gauzy groundwork for vocal work David Keenan described as “courtly .. dazzling.” This spacious set of songs flows seamlessly between wistful interludes à la Bob Desper and fully-fledged verses of powerful, often beguiling imagery.
Alan Licht & Brian Chase - We Thought We Could Do Anything
Alan Licht & Brian Chase
We Thought We Could Do Anything
LP | 2014 | US | Original (New Images)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Collaborating with drummer Brian Chase (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Man Forever), guitarist Alan Licht (Lee Ranaldo & The Dust, The Blue Humans, Love Child, Run On, etc.) is back for another release on New Images Ltd. We Thought We Could Do Anything is a far less literal take on spontaneous dialogue than his "talk-rock" project TITLE TK, whose album / sleeve / book Rock$ was published in 2013. Impressive pedigrees aside, Licht and Chase are a real-deal pairing; each has a longstanding involvement in underground rock, minimalism, experimental music, and free improvisation. We Thought We Could Do Anything is their first record together and it lives by its intrepid name. Conceived as a series of structured improvisations, it joins fiery drumming with titanic guitar abstraction for a collection of sharply focused sonic passages. It's music with the harshest colors up front and in detail. Licht's guitar is the torrential speech at hand, and its dynamic limits are bound only by the album's run-time.
Helm - Impasse
LP | 2014 | US | Original (New Images)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Impasse is a sideways journey into the archives of London based artist Luke Younger, aka Helm. Originally conceived six years ago in the wake of a Birds of Delay tour, an edited version of Impasse saw the light of day as a mini cdr on the Low Point label in 2008. This expanded re-issue has the two original tracks remastered along with two other pieces from the same sessions that remained unmixed and unreleased until a couple of years ago. Impasse is somewhat of an anomaly in the Helm canon when put alongside recent live performances and his work for labels like PAN and Kye. Where these explore the mystery inherent in obscure / everyday sounds, acoustic phenomena and mutated rhythm that results in an unusual urban experience, Impasse is significantly brighter in tone. Consisting of 4 loop based pieces the record moves into more fantastic worlds as electronics rise to the occasion, evoking similar atmospheres found in the work of Terry Riley and Boyd Rice’s early ambient works. Picture a functional family vacation, an explorer at the apex of his endeavours, a 4am drinking session with new liquids discovered. Bright corners, euphoric angles and ecstatic drones all appear in an emotionally charged high that reflects these unique moments in the human experience. The beauty of Helm lies in its implacable curiosity, the way his music observes the state of current being without sliding into the pitfalls of the general milieu. Impasse is another sublime offering from one of the UK's sharpest cats.
Spectre Folk - Mothership
Spectre Folk
7" | 2013 | US | Original (New Images)
6,39 €* 7,99 € -20%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A brand new 7-inch from Spectre Folk--Pete Nolan, Peter Meehan, Aaron Mullan, Mike Ibold and Steve Shelley. Produced by Aaron Mullan.
Limited - You Must Be Dreaming
You Must Be Dreaming
7" | 2012 | US | Original (New Images)
5,39 €* 5,99 € -10%
Release:2012 / US – Original
New Jersey / New York based project LIMITED plays a brand of dream pop that's heavy on the pop, albeit a highly mechanical version of it. It's a sound built on contrast; a juxtaposition of the mechanized, danceable grooves of New Romantic synth funk-pop and walls of noise-gaze guitar layers. While these sources may be somewhat at odds with one another (music for dancing vs. music named after gazing at one's shoes), Limited's debut single splits the difference between them, and arrives at a pop hybrid that calls to mind early Madonna singles had they been a collaboration with Psychocandy-era Jesus and Mary Chain. This "double A-sided" single, released on fellow NJ-native Matthew Mondanile's (Ducktails, Real Estate) New Images imprint, features "You Must Be Dreaming" b/w "New Day Rising": two pop anthems which shroud sequenced rhythms and bubblegum choruses in a thick sheet of warm static that runs through the whole thing. The "Hi-NRG" arrangement style injects some welcome liveliness into an otherwise often sleepy genre. Meanwhile, the filter of static abstraction forces the listener to dig just a little deeper for the hooks, making them all the more rewarding.
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