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Wilson Tanner (A.r.t. Wilson aka Andras Fox & John Tanner) - 69
Wilson Tanner (A.r.t. Wilson aka Andras Fox & John Tanner)
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
16,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Spring might not yet have sprung, but the Growing Bin is always in bloom.After brightening our days with the opiate beauty of Barthel, Bohm and Bauer and the dusky grafts of Moon Blast year, Basso’s well tended imprint begins 2016 with an antipodean gem. The green fingered, or thumbed,among you might recognise A.R.T. Wilson from his time in the Growing Bin a while back, when he soothed ourcares with the drifting dreamscape of ‘Overworld’. Now the sometime club menace returns to Hamburg’s finestlabel in the company of numerical pioneer Eleventeen Eston AKA John Tanner for another journey into the heartof the horizontal. Setting up camp where the Swan River meets the Indian Ocean, Wilson and Tanner tuned intonature, translating the warm sun, sea air and blue sky into a postcard from paradise. Lithe clarinet dances aroundtranquil piano, relaxed guitar decorates velvet synth textures and unhurried percussion makes an occasional appearance,as if to remind us that time’s still passing. Employing an innovative alfresco recording technique, Andyand John invited members of the local animal community to join their jam sessions, saving a Blue SwimmerCrab from the flames of the barbecue and encouraging him to claw the ivories. Drop the needle and drift awayon the distant ocean of “Pilot”, freefall into the soothing ambience of ‘Further Than Your Headlights’, and let“Sun Room” guide you gently back to terra firma. The dream team of Australian musicians (not to mention a verytalented crustacean), come together on one vinyl – and it’s better than you could possibly imagine.
Shy Layers - Shy Layers
Shy Layers
Shy Layers
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
14,39 €* 17,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Whether you’re floating free to antipodean ambience or toasting the sunset with a Baltic beauty, you can always count on Growing Bin to take you someplace new for a while. Swapping bucolic Poland for the buzz of the Big Apple, the Hamburg imprint reaches a magnificent seven in the company of synth-pop dreamer Shy Layers (JD Walsh to his mum) and his sublime self-titled debut. Over the course of ten emotional pop serenades, the New York musician recalls lost days sofa surfing to the lounge electronica of Air, Mellow and early Phoenix or the swooning lo-fi psychedelia of a pre-MD Simian. Shy Layers welcomes us aboard with the shimmering pads and soothing soft synths of “Black & White”, a drifting soundtrack to a John Hughes-directed episode of “In The Night Garden”. From there we swerve into the wistful synth-pop of “Famous Faces”, locking into the rattling Tears For Fears groove while the West Coast guitar licks and vocoder vocals float off into the distance. “You Won’t Find Me” shuffles through Afrotronic keyboard lines, Beta Band breakbeats and loose funk guitar before the sweltering “Stabilized Waves” dips a toe in the Med, swaying gently to the fluid bass, acoustic strumming and cascading electric guitar. Swapping continents to close the A-side, “Too Far Out” finds Walsh working highlife guitars and fuzzy sanza sequences into a piece of perfect off-kilter pop. The B-side begins in glitchy fashion with the flying hats and seesaw synths of ‘Holding It Back’, before “Playing The Game” offers sprinklers over summer lawns, dub fx, jangling guitars and cooing vocals. The Afrobeat influence shines through once again on the rhythmic “Bees & Bamboo” before “SEG” sees Shy Layers don Mario’s Red Wing cap for a chip-set safari through the bright blue sky. Playing us out with the same cinematic splendour with which we began, Walsh conjures a woozy, sun-dappled mood for the sumptuous “1977”. Fusing French pop, glistening Americana, 80s AOR and Afrobeat into a hazy vision of balmy mornings, long evenings and lazy days, Shy Layers has served up the soundtrack to your summer.
W. Barthel / M. Böhm / R. Bauer - Timeless Horizons
W. Barthel / M. Böhm / R. Bauer
Timeless Horizons
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
26,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Don‘t you agree that music is best when it‘s not easy to describe it? Just like the music of Wolfgang Barthel, Matthias Böhm and Reinhold Bauer. Their amalgamation of oriental folk, percussive rock and a good bit of blues will let you drift away, dream, dance ... into the storm. "Timeless Horizons" is a compilation of songs originally released on three private press LPs: "Auf Der Suche" (1984), "Zeitlos" (1986) and "New Horizons" (1988). Original copies are almost impossible to find these days and change hands for serious sums, so welcome the "Timeless Horizons".
Merge - Kashan
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
11,19 €* 13,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Minds expanded and bodies soothed by Krakatau’s deep spiritual eruptions, Growing Bin take us back to the beginning with three impressionistic jazz landscapes from the magical Merge. Inspired by childhood memories of an Iranian oasis, Jo Lienen let his fingers breeze over the keys like a warm shamal, leading him back through dusty streets and covered markets to his long forgotten Kashan..
Krakatau - Tharsis Montes EP
Tharsis Montes EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
15,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
Soon available on growing bin records: Krakatau' Tharsis Montes EP. The Melbourne based quartet is diving deep into black holes and solar flares to create their own style of sun-kissed funk and moonlit jazz. Enjoy your ride!
Merge - Long Distance
Long Distance
LP | 2013 | EU | Original (Growing Bin)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Merge‘s deep and rich sound seems to be made for the indian summer days. Back to the beach, folks!
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