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Deradoorian - Eternal Recurrence
Deradoorian
Eternal Recurrence
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Anticon)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 06.10.2017
An entrancing new mini-LP from Angel Deradoorian (ex-Dirty Projectors, Avey Tares Slasher Flicks, collaborator with Flying Lotus, more). Riveting vocals paired with a pallet of drone, synth, and structurally abstract thoughts in sound.
Slugabed - Inherit The Earth
Slugabed
Inherit The Earth
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Anticon)
16,99 €* 19,99 € -15%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Anticon is ecstatic to announce that UK-based mastermind Slugabed has joined the Anticon roster. The man born Gregory Feldwick, whose past releases have been regularly rinsed here at Anticon HQ for years, will release his second LP, Inherit The Earth.
Dosh & Ghostband - Def Kith II: The Price Is Ill
Dosh & Ghostband
Def Kith II: The Price Is Ill
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Anticon)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Dosh & Ghostband soundtrack the most indescribable dance party you’ve ever attended. There are the sleek glides of Krautrock, the chromatic grit of Detroit techno, the liquid freedom of improvised jazz, the loop-digging hypnosis of raw boom-bap, the cerebral float of IDM, and the fusion shock of the new. Minneapolis multi-instrumentalist producers Martin Dosh and Jon “Ghostband” Davis have forged a rumbling and burrowing, lightless and electrified, claustrophobic and wide-open, metallic and shimmering saga. A mess of contradictions that always becomes clear around the next musical curve.
Antwon - Double Ecstasy EP
Why? - Elephant eyelash
Campsite - 2 Fotographic
Campsite
2 Fotographic
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Anticon)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
You might know Campsite as Raleigh Moncrief. It’s not a name change, as much as it’s an entirely new project. Campsite’s 2 Fotographic is the product of immediacy and trusting your instincts. 2 Fotographic consists of seven songs slapping across 17 minutes.
Deradoorian - The Expanding Flower Planet
Deradoorian
The Expanding Flower Planet
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Anticon)
16,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Pop
The Expanding Flower Planet is an album, a song, a cosmic ideal, a form of psychic expansion and expanded capability. It’s original and personal. It transmutes ethereal abstractions into crystalline harmonies and sinuous grooves. It’s music nurtured with the idea of healing, exciting, inspiring, enlightening. Drones, dissonance, warmth, and love.
Bracken - We know about the need
Alias - Eyes Closed EP
Alias & Tarsier - Brookland / Oaklyn
A7PHA (Doseone & Mestizo) - A7PHA
A7PHA (Doseone & Mestizo)
A7PHA
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Anticon)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Introducing A7PHA, the new collaborative project of Anticon co-founder doseone & triple-OG Mestizo; two certified legends in their own right, bringing their A-game for 2017. Available worldwide March 24, their self-titled debut LP features contributions from Alias, Gonjasufi, Crescent Moon, & Crash of GO DARK.
Themselves - The No Music
Pictureplane - Technomancer
D33J - Gravel Remixes
D33J
Gravel Remixes
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Anticon)
11,89 €* 13,99 € -15%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
If the original floated in a haunted & confined space, Gravel Remixed inhales oxygen from outside of the house, wrapped in the smoke & darkness of the club.
Alias & Ehren - Lillian
Dosh / Ghostband - Def Kith
Dosh / Ghostband
Def Kith
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Anticon)
12,59 €* 13,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
With the Def Kith EP, the usually mononymous Martin Dosh and Jon "Ghostband" Davis debut their techno-addled, IDM-damaged brand of bass-blessed dance music. Across these three or four generous cuts ("Twin Speak" is digital only) we hear two "one-man-band" types becoming a single machine. It’s the rhythm section’s revenge as the respective drums and bass of countless jazz and odd-rock ensembles put their improvisatory chops to work, funneling a lifetime of wild musical obsessions (Sun Ra, Squarepusher, the RZA, Caribou) into their live electronica.
Baths - Ocean Death EP
Baths
Ocean Death EP
12" | 2014 | US | Original (Anticon)
16,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
If you heard Obsidian last year, you already understand. On his sophomore album as Baths, Will Wiesenfeld fully shed of his sonic influences with a staggering work of graveyard beauty. Contrasts to the other artists became null. Giving it a 8.6 “Best New Music,” Pitchfork hailed it as a “subversive work that gets uncomfortably close to pop, confronting closed minds with what they don’t want to believe.”
Alias - Pitch Black Prism
Alias
Pitch Black Prism
CD | 2014 | US | Original (Anticon)
10,49 €* 13,99 € -25%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Every year requires winter records—those sounds one reaches for when cyclical freeze triggers a craving for icy synthesizers and sinister drums. This is where one finds Alias’s Pitch Black Prism, an alternately bleak and beautiful album built for headphones and hailstorms. Few places boast a more severe climate than Maine, the artist’s home state, with its ominous forests and jagged coastlines. Listeners can feel the climate and geography exerting brutal force to the contours of Pitch Black Prism. It’s little wonder Alias’s closest stylistic peers are Burial, Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin—all of whom hail from England, land of the cadaver-colored sky. Take the eerie staccato stomp of “Amber Revisions,” which conjures the image of a precious diamond buried under an avalanche, or “Vallejo’s Sapphire Views,” with its almost nostalgic lament for East Bay greenery sinking under the reality of continental divide and sub-Arctic weather. Elsewhere, “Gold cLOUDEAD Skiez” replicates the ghoulish light of a weak sun reflecting off an ice patch. Guest vocalists appear on only two of the sculptures chiseled by the Anticon co-founder. On “Indiiggo,” Therese Workman’s voice is chopped and pitch-shifted in ethereal fashion: the word “understanding” is looped over and over until one finally gets it. “Crimson Across It” brings a welcome reunion with Doseone, who sneers about “capitalist trash” while unleashing savage witch doctor incantations. Pitch Black Prism is a stunning follow-up to 2011’s Fever Dream, which Pitchfork called “very satisfying” and hailed for its “thick grooves” and “understated but staying melodies.” 2008’s Resurgam won similar raves, with the A.V. Club citing his “impeccable ear for rhythm” and “pretty crystalline sprawl.”
Alias - Pitch Black Prism
Alias
Pitch Black Prism
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Anticon)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Every year requires winter records—those sounds one reaches for when cyclical freeze triggers a craving for icy synthesizers and sinister drums. This is where one finds Alias’s Pitch Black Prism, an alternately bleak and beautiful album built for headphones and hailstorms. Few places boast a more severe climate than Maine, the artist’s home state, with its ominous forests and jagged coastlines. Listeners can feel the climate and geography exerting brutal force to the contours of Pitch Black Prism. It’s little wonder Alias’s closest stylistic peers are Burial, Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin—all of whom hail from England, land of the cadaver-colored sky. Take the eerie staccato stomp of “Amber Revisions,” which conjures the image of a precious diamond buried under an avalanche, or “Vallejo’s Sapphire Views,” with its almost nostalgic lament for East Bay greenery sinking under the reality of continental divide and sub-Arctic weather. Elsewhere, “Gold cLOUDEAD Skiez” replicates the ghoulish light of a weak sun reflecting off an ice patch. Guest vocalists appear on only two of the sculptures chiseled by the Anticon co-founder. On “Indiiggo,” Therese Workman’s voice is chopped and pitch-shifted in ethereal fashion: the word “understanding” is looped over and over until one finally gets it. “Crimson Across It” brings a welcome reunion with Doseone, who sneers about “capitalist trash” while unleashing savage witch doctor incantations. Pitch Black Prism is a stunning follow-up to 2011’s Fever Dream, which Pitchfork called “very satisfying” and hailed for its “thick grooves” and “understated but staying melodies.” 2008’s Resurgam won similar raves, with the A.V. Club citing his “impeccable ear for rhythm” and “pretty crystalline sprawl.”
D33J - Gravel
D33J
Gravel
12" | 2013 | US | Original (Anticon)
11,24 €* 14,99 € -25%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Gravel is an attempt to capture the contradictory thoughts that trip up one’s head at 3:00 A.M. Gravel is the soundtrack to sleepless nights spent ruminating on both right and wrong decisions. Gravel is the new Anticon EP from Djavan Santos, better known as D33J. Upon first spin, its aquatic textures, faded neon haze, and blend of 808 drums and lo-fi desk claps might recall D33J’s fellow Wedidit Collective family members Ryan Hemsworth and Shlohmo. But closer listening reveals a unique alchemy. Gravel was created during D33J’s stint living with 30 people in a warehouse in downtown San Francisco—an “art frat” called The Matrix 1061, with almost all the inhabitants engaging in some form of creative project. Adding to the artistic ferment was the fact that only two rooms got natural sunlight. One can hear this darkness and fluorescent light in the tones of Gravel; its only illumination is the one emanating from lit spliffs and the LED glow of the computer screen. It boasts a weird digital rawness destined to feel vintage in some far-off future. But don’t pigeonhole D33J as just another bedroom producer with low Serotonin levels. The EP’s gestation merely occurred during a period of great flux. Raised in Los Angeles, the 22-year old graduated from Hamilton High’s Music program (Baths, Syd the Kid, Groundislava) and San Francisco Art Institute before making Gravel. He studied experimental audio and visual design and applied the theories and emotion to his record—most of it recorded over just one month. Gravel is not just only aesthetically cohesive record, but also one that bristles with the uneasy feeling of living in a compressed space. Largely a one-man project, D33J also pulled in a friend and neighbor, Kreyola, to contribute vocals whenever he’d be walking down the hallway. He’d record stream-of-consciousness vocals, which D33J would chop up later. The producer applied some of that technique to his own vocals, as well. This is Gravel broken to bits—an attempt to find organic light in unnatural darkness. A familiar feeling that feels somehow foreign. This is the album one want to hear as one attempts to drift off to sleep.
Daedelus - Drown Out
Daedelus
Drown Out
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Anticon)
16,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
LAs finest's first LP for Anticon!
13 & God (Notwist & Themselves) - Men of station
Dose One - G Is For Deep
Dose One
G Is For Deep
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Anticon)
18,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Adam “Doseone” Drucker’s first solo LP for the label he founded fifteen years ago finds this one-man Oakland arts colony more lyrically naked than ever, singing instead of rapping, dressed in a Technicolor swirl of synthesizer, drum machine, hacked Gameboy and layered voice. To call this pop might be misleading, but there are indeed choruses here. To call it R&B might confuse, but these are songs about one hardworking man’s ups and downs with life, love, friendship and fear.
s / s / s (Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux & Serengeti) - Beak & Claw EP
s / s / s (Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux & Serengeti)
Beak & Claw EP
12" | 2012 | US | Original (Anticon)
13,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
Stranger things have happened, but rarely do they make such beautiful music. The three esses that comprise the enigmatically titled s / s / s are as follows: Sufjan Stevens, he of the Fifty States Project and various baroque folk-pop opuses; Serengeti, the wry-witted rapper known for in-depth on-record character studies; and Son Lux, silken-voiced singer, studio wizard and singular beatsmith. The project’s roots reach back to 2009’s Dark Was the Night compilation, where Stevens and Geti met over a Buck 65 remix of a song written by psych-folkie Castanets. Continuing in the spirit of (unlikely) collaboration, the pair passed beats and raps back and forth, eventually enlisting Son Lux to dream Beak & Claw into fruition.While this momentous EP comprises a mere four songs, each covers an immense stretch of sonic territory and emotional range. At six minutes, “Museum Day” may be the most adventurous and also the most satisfying, opening with a swath of AutoTuned heartache courtesy of Stevens, cresting with the darkly detailed raps of Geti, and closing in a hail of crashing cymbals, orchestral glitch and haunted coos from Son Lux. “Beyond Any Doubt” exchanges that taut splendor for deeper grooves whose farthest-out moments bring to mind Shabazz Palaces’ cracked futurisms, albeit spiked with a falsetto’d pop hook. Fuzzy bass and industrial clang crash into lines about unrealized escapism and unpaid bills. Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond lends “If This Is Real” its Andrews Sister-like chorus, an immaculate contrast to the aural chaos that eventually overtakes the song. Meanwhile, Doseone (Subtle, Themselves) lends a similar buoyancy to “Octomom,” an electro-spackled, mostly spoken piece that plays like a Laurie Anderson track for the reality television generation (also featuring jaw harp and harmonica by Ohio folk vet Hal Walker). Because of its subject matter, this final song goes a long way to illustrating Beak & Claw’s strange magic and, ultimately, why s / s / s works at all. Geti’s humor and humanity are matched by playfulness and poignancy every step of the way. In the end, sublime confluence prevails.
Alias - Fever Dream
Alias
Fever Dream
2LP | 2011 | US | Original (Anticon)
14,24 €* 18,99 € -25%
Release:2011 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Another fine effort from old school Anticon dude Alias.
13 & God (Notwist & Themselves) - Own Your Ghost
Telephone Jim Jesus - A point too far to astronaut...
Dosh - Naoise EP
Alias - The other side of the looking glass
Bike For Three (Buck 65 & Greetings From Tuskan) - More Heart Than Brains
Alias - Muted
Thee More Shallows - Book Of Bad Breaks
Thee More Shallows
Book Of Bad Breaks
LP | 2007 | US | Original (Anticon)
12,99 €*
Release:2007 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The long-anticipated Anticon debut incl. 13 tracks. Limited pressing of 1000 copies!
Alias - Collected Remixes
Alias
Collected Remixes
2LP | 2007 | US | Original (Anticon)
12,74 €* 14,99 € -15%
Release:2007 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
includes remixes for 13 & God, Lali Puna, Giardini Di Miro, Boy In Static, Sixtoo, ... limited pressing of 1000 copies on red vinyl!
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