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Eli Keszler - Stadium
Eli Keszler
Stadium
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
26,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
NewYork-based artist Eli Keszler is at the apex of his career. This year he’s had a solo exhibition, performed internationally in a duo with Laurel Halo, collaborated with noted Hungarian author La´szlo´ Krasznahorkai, taught experimental composition and performance, composed music for Turner Prize– winning visual artist Laure Prouvost, and most recently embarked on a world tour with Oneohtrix Point Never. As his ninth solo record, “Stadium” reflects his move from South Brooklyn to Manhattan. The constant blurry motion and ever-changing landscapes of the fast-paced island helped him modify and shape his sound into a new kind of film noir.
Felicia Atkinson - The Flower And The Vessel
Felicia Atkinson
The Flower And The Vessel
2LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
28,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Félicia Atkinson has frequently fixated on the elusive interwoven relationship between microcosms and macrocosms – how even the quietest creative act ripples outward in unforeseen ways, a whisper with no fixed meaning. Her latest work pursues this notion in a more literal and lasting fashion, as it was crafted while pregnant on tour, in impersonal hotel rooms in foreign cities. She describes it as “a record not about being pregnant but a record made with pregnancy.” Each day and night, finding herself far from home, she asked herself “What am I doing here? How can I connect myself to the world?” The answer gradually revealed itself: “With small gestures: recording my voice, recording birds, a simple melody.” The album’s 11 songs span a vast pantheon of whispering textures, opaque moods, and surreal spoken word, leading the listener through a mirrored hall of beguiling mirages.
Black Zone Magick Chant - Voyage Sacrifice
Black Zone Magick Chant
Voyage Sacrifice
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
20,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Black Zone Myth Chant acts as a dark interpreter for chemical elves in the steep sided, sunless psychedelia of ‘Voyage Sacrifice’ for Félicia Atkinson & Bartolemé Sanson’s faultless Shelter Press, under the slightly altered Black Zone Magick Chant alias. Commendably, and temporarily sacrificing his consciousness for the good of your trip, on this release Maxime Primault aka BZMC has realised some of the most phantasmagoric sounds in his entire catalogue, which now stretches back over ten years and includes notable highlights in his psych drone project as High Wolf, and pulsing rhythmic noise as Iibiis Rooge. It’s perhaps testament to Shelter Press’ irrepressible vision that they have coaxed out this project’s most potent and far-out work, bar none.
Felicia Atkinson & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma - Limpid As The Solitudes
Felicia Atkinson & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma
Limpid As The Solitudes
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Limpid as the Solitudes’ is the steeply immersive second collaboration between Shelter Press co-founder Félicia Atkinson and like-minded, explorative spirit Jefre Cantu-Ledesma. Both highly regarded for a sensually tactile approach to sound, they bring the best out of each other in an abstract, spectral form of songcraft indebted to shoegaze as much as concrète dreamscaping, millennial glitch works, and downtown drone classics.
Gabriel Saloman - Movement Building Volume 3
Gabriel Saloman
Movement Building Volume 3
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shelter Press has made good on its promise to deliver the third and final volume of its series featuring Yellow Swan Gabriel Saloman, released both on vinyl and collected with Vol. I and. II as a double CD. For fans of Saloman’s post-Yellow Swans work - an already dense catalog of darkly cinematic compositions mostly conceived as accompaniment to some of Vancouver’s edgier contemporary dance companies, Movement Building Vol. III is not only a much anticipated conclusion to this trilogy, it is the most fully realized album in years. Where as Movement Building Vol. I & II acted primarily as documentation of time-based artworks, Movement Building Vol. III offers a more coherent and narratively rich album that will appeal to admirers of Soldier’s Requiem (Miasmah, 2013).Listeners will recognize the emotive bowed strings, militant percussion and searing guitar eruptions that evoked memory and trauma in that previous album. Joining this pallet are other familiar Saloman sounds: shoegaze washes of distorted guitar, minimalist piano attacks, melancholic appregiated melodies, and a patina of harsh noise. Added to this is a more 21st Century approach to drums and bass, perhaps an effect of his collaborations with producer Michael Red in their dub-ambient project Chambers. Saloman’s music has never sat comfortably in any genre, sharing with a select cohort of other artists (Stephen O’Malley, Lawrence English, Grouper, Kreng, Tim Hecker, among others) an ambiguous position between “modern classical”, “electronic music”, and the more outer limits of metal. Movement Building Vol. III doesn’t clarify as much as it expands Saloman’s oeuvre further into an idiosyncratic musical no-man’s land that fails to be faithful to any popular musical trend - contemporary, retro or futurist.
Stephen O'Malley - Eternelle Idole
Stephen O'Malley
Eternelle Idole
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
29,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
September 2015 marks the release of Stephen O’Malley’s ‘Eternelle Idole’, long awaited documentation of the score of Paris based choreographer Gisèle Vienne's eponymous artistic ice skating choreographic piece of the same name. Composed of 47 minutes of music spread over 2 vinyls and enhanced by a elegant and chilling photoset by Estelle Hanania, the score sees Stephen O’Malley taking several creative detours, utilizing modular synthesizers and programming as key elements for much of the composition. And while a 3 minutes hole (Track 3) will extract the music from any temporality, emerging eerie phrases of keyboards and piano draw a white monochrome stage for a young girl’s stark and emotive elegy.
Meyers - Struggle Artist
Meyers
Struggle Artist
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
140g record housed in metalic bronze printed outer and innersleeve. Struggle Artist is the new album from Justin C. Meyers, the Minneapolis-based composer, artist, and head of the Sympathy Ltd. label. Meyers is a unique, underappreciated talent in contemporary electronic music. His greatest strengths are twofold: his compositions have a meticulous structural logic, revealing a hermetic and austere formalism; concurrently, his compositions have a deep, introspective narrativity grounded in his lived experience, evoked with a mature clarity. Together, they make Meyers one of the most interesting electronic musicians working with cutting-edge sonics today, unlocking their latent powers of metaphor and figuration.
CV & JAB - Zin Taylor's Thoughts Of A Dot As It Travels A Surface
CV & JAB
Zin Taylor's Thoughts Of A Dot As It Travels A Surface
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Clear purple vinyl housed in reverse board-printed inner and double-width spine jacket, Includes a beautiful foldout poster print of the Zin Taylor’s wall drawing that inspired the album. Mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D+M. CV & JAB is Christina Vantzou and John Also Bennett, two artists that might already be familiar to many of you from their individual work over the years for the Kranky and Spectrum Spools labels. Together they have made this slowly engrossing album for Shelter Press - who else - perhaps one of the most elusive, uncanny and multi-layered “Ambient” albums we’ve heard in what feels like a long time, a worthy follow-up to a frankly astonishing sequence of releases on the label that started with Felicia Atkinson’s modern classic 'Hand In Hand'. If you’re into anything from Chris Watson’s field recordings to Vangelis and Badalamenti at their most romantic and evocative, or even Boards of Canada’s early forays into wildlife documentary pastiche, this one will sooth your mind like nothing else.
Darren Almond - All Things Pass
Darren Almond
All Things Pass
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
27,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shelter Press’ remarkable run of 2017 releases ends in deep contemplation with this beautiful exploration of traditional Northern Indian classical music recorded with an experimental emphasis, carrying out the aural equivalent of zooms and close-ups, weaving between the minute details of sound and the more expansive effect on the listener. Recorded by artist Darren Almond, each of the pieces here corresponds to imagery from his eponymous video installation, shot in Rajasthan, 2012.

Revolving around recordings of Fateh Ali (Santoor, Manjira), Ghulam Gouse (Tabla), Roop Singh (Manjira), and Zakir Hussain (Bansari), All Things Pass seeks to connect the ancient Indian artform of the raga, whose time-based structures link the movement of the stars to earthly events, with the individual player’s emotions.

In this complex feedback loop of cosmic information and terrestrial expression, Almond operates as a sensory relay or transducer, using a shotgun microphone to document the instruments and synaesthetically offering a sort of sensory lens that regulates the liminal link between the macrocosmic, or universal, and the molecular, more human level of existence.

From its meter-melting Tabla drum pulses, to the refractive metallic shimmer of dulcimer-like Santoor and the Maniira hand cymbals, threaded with airborne stripes of flute-like Bansuri, the naturally fluid but closely disciplined results can be heard as a prism for realigning our Western-based and shaped perceptions of time. It’s really only when you fully comprehend how closely these things are linked in Indian classical culture that you may realise how restrictive and naive so much Western instrumental music, with its minor and major modes, and reliance on fixed time signatures, can be.

By that token, it’s not difficult to hear why the plasmic, meter and scale-dissolving possibilities of electronic music - when applied inventively - appeal to listeners who’ve become bored with the arrogance of Western convention. Effectively, All Things Pass ties all these ideas in a way that is self-evident, requiring the listener to simply allow themselves to interpret its expressive mathematics in their own way, and real unto themselves maths as the universal language.It offers a soothing, thought provoking end to a tumultuous year, and marks Shelter Press as one of the most rewarding and diverse labels on the contemporary scene.
Tomoko Sauvage - Musique Hydromantique
Tomoko Sauvage
Musique Hydromantique
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Musique Hydromantique is the second solo album by Tomoko Sauvage archiving many years of her performance-based practice on the waterbowls - the natural synthesizer of her invention, composed with porcelain bowls filled with water and amplified via hydrophones (underwater microphones). While her first album Ombrophilia (released on and/OAR in 2009) was studio-recorded / composed work, «Musique Hydromantique» is about experimentation and improvisation with the environment - acoustics affected by the architecture, temperature, humidity and the human presence.
Native Instrument - Camo
Native Instrument
Camo
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Native Instrument is a Berlin based sound collaboration bringing together the fieldrecordings archive of Felicity Mangan and the abstract vocabulary of Stine Janvin Motland
Often referred to as insect techno, Native Instrument’s music is constructed using electronic and vocal adaptations of wildlife audio recordings originating mainly from the Australian and North European fauna; mixing the natural rhythms of animal calls with digital effects and vocal imitations, Native Instrument enlightens a sonic ambiguity between rural nature, electronics, and the human voice. With their debut release Camo, Native Instrument presents their true artificial nature; sound collages moving between tropical ambience, club inspired bug beats and amphibian trance.
With Deep Frog we could be listening to a plainchant chorus of crickets or a drone race, both egged on by a flock of birds, whilst Vögel Unserer Heimat opens to a racket of running water whooping macaques and busied insectoid pulses building to a purposeful techno march.
Waldfest follows in pursuit of a more crepuscular scene threading Donato Dozzy-esque pulses thru an intensely detailed pastoral scene of chattering dolphins and panicked cicadas - we’ve no idea what they’re doing together on the Wald, either - before Emutional Flutes rotates a crackly narration from a nature documentary amid a call centre of nattering feathered creatures, striking a very odd and disorienting balance of stasis and psychotomimetic repetition maybe best termed as amphibian trance.
Gabor Lazar - Crisis Of Representation
Gabor Lazar
Crisis Of Representation
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Continuously defining his unique composition skills over the years, Gábor Lázár shared a first release with Russell Haswell for his now defunct imprint Last Foundation, quickly followed in 2014 by the album I.L.S. on Lorenzo Senni’s Presto!? label and EP16 on The Death of Rave, before collaborating last year on a joint album with Mark Fell The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making, also released on The Death of Rave.

Mostly pieced together in 2015, but utilising material made as early as 2011, Crisis Of Representation forms a direct continuation of Lázár’s increasingly incisive composition techniques, offering 7 pieces (+1 bonus on CD) which unknot the same nasal drip motif in myriad permutations of possibility. With that in mind, it’s not difficult to draw an economically short line from his to Mark Fell’s music, but where Fell’s Linn grammar and SoYo accentuation tends to clip itself, Lázár’s compositions ribbon off into unnaturally fluid flights of mercurial, polychromatic acrobatics.

We could imagine that this deeply abstract yet soberly conceived techno sound is antithesis to causal listening. But, if you’re game enough to follow Gábor into the wormhole, and have the head for incredibly intense, elusive sonics, then you’ll be embraced by a unquantifiably psychedelic experience quite unlike any other, where notions of “proper” musical convention are upended and rhythm, pitch and tone become fused by your head into scintillating psychoacoustic formations of perpetual tension and amorphous resolution.

If you’re into sound design or the rave reductions of Lorenzo Senni, this one comes highly recommended!
Gabriel Saloman - Movement Building Volume 2
Gabriel Saloman
Movement Building Volume 2
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
2nd volume in Gabriel Saloman’s “Movement Building” series, continuing the release of original compositions commissioned for contemporary dance works. Following the enthusiastically received first installment – volume one’s album length The Disciplined Body – Saloman offers up 5 new tracks that combine shimmering bowed guitars and reverberant acoustic percussion into a meditative and powerful break from anything he’s produced before. Mobilizing the frequencies of contemporary electronic music Movement Building vol. 2 abandons the conventional instrumentation and genre motifs embraced by many of his peers in favour of an utterly unique hybrid of avant-drone, psych-rock and Japanese traditional music.
V.A. - Doppeldoppelgänger
V.A.
Doppeldoppelgänger
2LP | 2015 | US | Original (Shelter Press)
25,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A subjective compilation by David Le Simple and Vincent Romagny after the three exhibtions cycle ‘Doppelgänger’ at Ceaac curated by Vincent Romagny. The double LP ‘Doppeldoppelgänger’ is a purely subjective compilation of sound works by artists (Félicia Atkinson, bruant&spangaro), sound from films by artists (David Lamelas), sound poetry and performances (John Giorno, Karl Holmqvist, Lisa Holzer & David Jourdan); of works by very different cult composers (Benjamin Britten, Jean-François Pauvros, Gérard Pesson, Jean-Claude Vannier), legendary groups (Deux Filles) and unclassifiables (Potima Zen Neuman, Joiejoiejoie).
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