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L'Eclair - Polymood
L'Eclair
Polymood
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
L'Eclair are prepared to make people dance! After a year working on these new songs and perfecting their Swiss Groove on any stage they could, L'Eclair took their guitars and shitty old synths to Jasper Geluks Tone Boutique studio in Haarlem, Netherlands, where hes laid down the smooth sounds of the Allah Las, Jacco Gardner and Eerie Wanda. Polymood is an expansion on LEclairs quest to channel and honor their Afro-Disco, Kosmische, and early House 70s influences. And what we end up with is a collection of timeless Swiss Groove music inspired by William Onyeabor, French band AIR, Piero Picioni, Sly Stone and CAN Future Days bringing euphoric dance to the human machine while it perseveres in its never-ending search for the soul.
Myrrors, The - Borderlands
Myrrors, The
Borderlands
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
If you see The Myrrors as the dust-caked disciples of a specific strain of desert-drone mysticism, theres little on Borderlands, their fourth full-length Myrrors album released in as many years, to dissuade you from that vision. Theres only confirmation an intoxicating combination of outlook and output that clarifies and crystallizes the bands many sonic strengths throughout the albums fantastically unfolding forty-plus minutes. From the beginning, with an appropriately Albert Ayler-ish blast of Awakening, to the epic 20-minute B-sidelong excursion, Note From the Underground, the beating heart of The Myrrors current statement. Borderlands will be extremely satisfying to otherworldly music seekers who find aural transcendence through the works of artists such as International Harvester, Taj Mahal Travellers, Trad Gras och Stenar, Kikagaku Moyo, Amon Duul, and Agitation Free, to name a few.
Bart De Paepe - Pagus Wasiae
Bart De Paepe
Pagus Wasiae
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Belgian-based artist's Beyond Beyond Is Beyond debut. Like Tangerine Dream's early work, Pagus Wasiae casts off a ragged rock shore into a bubbling sea of electronics and navigates by dark starlight, leaving in its wake shadows and smoke. DePaepe charges waves of synth ambience, swirls clouds of electric guitar and summons subtle beats of the earth to make Pagus Wasiae a fully enveloping and dynamic listening experience-astral traveling without moving. Cluster, Taj Mahal Travellers, and Pink Floyd's deepest space excursions may be waypoints Pagus Wasiae's navigation.
Melange - Viento Bravo
Melange
Viento Bravo
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Melange is the name of the spice that makes possible intergalactic travel, telepathy, and longevity in Frank Herbert's saga, "Dune." The quintet Melange was formed in Madrid in 2014 and it's members seek similar possibilities in their music. A music that is at once progressive, psychedelic, folky and always seeking something higher.
Joel Gion - Joel Gion
Joel Gion
Joel Gion
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Joel Gion himself is an element indefinable at his core, no matter how deeply one investigates either his mystery or his history (be it time spent with The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the celluloid anti-hero working out some kinks in the documentary 'Dig!' or simply his repeat rankings in the ongoing competition for 'Coolest Motherfucker on Earth') in fact, he's likely to gain less definition the further one delves. In place of rigid definition, we find instantly invigorating hooks, we find an unhurried pace matched with an unworried tone, we find a captivating collection of California calm mixed with self-command, with General Gion standing at the helm of an army of talented musicians, flutes and reverb pedals at the ready.
Heaters - Matterhorn
Heaters
Matterhorn
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Just more than a year ago, Heaters shepherded the release of Baptistina into the world, which itself followed their debut album, Holy Water Pool, by less than a year. Now, the Michigan-made music machine is set to lay claim to a new parcel of mountainous terrain, in the form of their latest release on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond, entitled Matterhorn. Its a relentless pace, made all the more impressive not by the infrequency with which its met by Heaters peers, but rather by the lasting quality of each release. In this way, Matterhorn is more of the samethirty-eight minutes of propulsive, precisely sculpted sonic signatures. In other crucial ways, however, Matterhorn represents massive change for Heaters: first, in the form of a largely revamped line-up, and second, in the form of an album whose wave crests above even the bands previous high-water marks of consistency. Short of attending group therapy together, its difficult to ascertain exactly what contributions these new sparks have contributed to Heaters overall sound, just as its impossible to dismiss how utterly ignited by change Matterhorn sounds as a result. If Baptistina showed a picture of a band attaining greater control over their quite-rideable waves of reverb and rhythm, Matterhorn is the master-class in its execution. Its a full-screen image of dawn, dusk and darkness, never scanned-and-panned, and never less than mesmerizing. At the risk of putting too fine a point on it, the landlocked levitation previously made possible via Heaters psycho-surf majesty is luminously leavened on Matterhorn, with the bright light of the jingle-jangle morning (which may or may not come following youbut will likely lead to repeat listens).
Ancient Ocean - Titan's Island
Ancient Ocean
Titan's Island
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
13,99 €* 19,99 € -30%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ambitious, grand and by any measure, beautiful; its tempting to simply and sincerely soak in the atmosphere of Titans Island, the second full-length album from Ancient Ocean, the long running ambient project of NYC-via-Kentucky resident J.R. Bohannon. The album unearths the intense process mending the worlds of modern classical, expansive sound art, minimalism, and the usual micro-guitar and synth exploration weve come to expect from Bohannon. The four songs that make up the album may be better understood as movements, although no matter the definition, their impact is more than the sum of the distinctions. The compositional range of the album is appropriately massive, and occasionally overwhelming (and this is meant purely as a compliment), in a way thats not just representative of previous Ancient Ocean releases, but emblematic of Bohannons emerging, evolving excellence.
Sam Kogon - Psychic Tears
Sam Kogon
Psychic Tears
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
8,99 €* 19,99 € -55%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
From its surreal title and occult cover art to its grand buffet of vintage sounds and period production moves, Sam Kogon’s Psychic Tears is a lavish, painstakingly detailed work of modern-retro guitar pop. But what distinguishes the Brooklyn artist from the psychedelic pop herd is not his access to Mellotrons, Vox Continentals, and Russian fuzz boxes. It is Kogon’s vast and fluid command of chamber pop harmony and arrangement. It’s his long-arc melodic genius and his sweet, understated crooning—the real reasons why we revere Sir Paul, Brian Wilson, The Shins, or New York’s own baroque pop institution, The Left Banke, for whom Kogon served as lead singer during a short-lived reunion in 2015. Psychic Tears sounds robustly old school without much at all in the way of explicit references (though the chugging boogie of the delightful Marc Bolan homage “I’m Letting Go” makes a brief exception). Kogon’s retro is seldom studied or doctrinal; this is just the way he hears it, his natural voice as a composer/arranger. Many standout tracks depart from the period vibe entirely, notably “I Was Always Talking,” a timeless pop duet with Frankie Cosmos; and the nervy new wave rocker “I Could Kick Myself,” which channels the barely controlled downhill energy of Elvis Costello and the Attractions circa This Year’s Model. A native of New York’s mid-Hudson valley (site of the currently hopping Kingston and Hudson scenes), Kogon’s family has owned a pawn shop for over 100 years, perhaps accounting for the unstable and fritzed out guitar tones in evidence all over Psychic Tears. The record balances its embarrassment of exquisite melodies with a nasty punk urgency and lots of sonic horseplay, speaking to the rich contradictions in Kogon’s heritage: His grandfather Lonnie played Drums in the 1950's rock and roll group The Thunderbirds. On his mother’s side, he is related to Arthur Fiedler, the legendary conductor of the Boston Pops. Released not long after his skills were authenticated by several collaborations with The Beach Boys’ Al Jardine, Kogon’s pop-wunderkind 2015 debut Before You Knew Me attracted the attention of the Beyond Beyond Is Beyond label, leading to this short-order follow up and a big step up in production values. Recorded at the Figure 8 studio of NYC-scene stalwart Shazad Ismaily (Lou Reed, Tom Waits), Psychic Tears was produced by Celestial Shore’s Sam Owens and mixed by Gabe Wax (Speedy Ortiz, Here We Go Magic, Beirut, The War On Drugs, Cas McCombs). Kogon wisely kept his core ensemble together for this effort, leveraging their road-tested chemistry and the inspired fancy-bits string parts provided by longtime collaborator Finnegan Shanahan. Psychic Tears is due for October 14 release on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond.
Drakkar Nowhere - Drakkar Nowhere
Drakkar Nowhere
Drakkar Nowhere
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
14,99 €* 19,99 € -25%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
When Drakkar Nowhere rows itself out toward the exploratory sonic sea upon which their debut album so gracefully sails, it’s not just that their destination is undefined; it’s that the very concept of a destination, as reflected in their music, is itself something indefinable. Drakkar Nowhere capture the wind in their sails with a sound that’s boundless, expansive and, perhaps, guided only by the light of the sun and stars. That Drakkar Nowhere ended up somewhere at all is itself more a result of circumstance than careful course-charting. The history of the album traces back to the summer of 2012, when Daniel Collás (Phenomenal Handclap Band) and Morgan Phalen (Favored Nations, Diamond Nights) found themselves creating new music in the kitchen of a rented apartment in Stockholm, Sweden. Their new project caught the ears of nearby musicians, including members of Dungen and The Amazing, and before long, this extended family of international musicians were recording the songs that would firmly put them on the path to nowhere – Drakkar Nowhere, that is. Both Collás and Phalen took inspiration from their Swedish surroundings – in particular, the enchanted forests that surround the neighborhoods of Bagarmossen and Midsommarkransen. And given the talents and histories of the collaborating musicians, it’s no surprise that the everevolving shadow of what we might broadly call Swedish psychedelia should perfume the proceedings as well. Collás and Phelan also took the recordings to New York and Los Angeles, where new surroundings and influences could intertwine into the musical flora and fauna. When in LA, the band even got a hero of theirs, unsung 70s singer-songwriter Ned Doheny, on board for “Higher Now.” Some light was recently shed on Doheny’s music from the 70s when Numero Group released the Doheny compilation Separate Oceans a couple years back. To those who have discovered his fantastic body of work, his warm, breezy Malibu vocals are instantly recognizable on “Higher Now.” One thing is surprising – and what makes the Drakkar Nowhere album one that benefits from repeat listens – is how unobtrusive all of these influences are on the album’s ultimate sound. Drakkar Nowhere present a combination of influences – cosmic jazz, syrupy soul and mutated prog among them – in such an effortless manner that they don’t really feel like “influences” at all. As a result, Drakkar Nowhere have built an album that may have listeners ears recalling the crystalline harmonies of the Brothers Gibb more often than it does Träd, Gräs and Stenar. No destination, no influences – just nowhere. And in the hands of Drakkar Nowhere, it’s clearly the place to be. – Ryan Muldoo
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