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Stephen O’Malley - Dread Live Second Edition
Stephen O’Malley
Dread Live Second Edition
LP | 2016 | EU | Reissue (Ideal)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Stephen O’Malley deploys the 2nd in a trio of documents of his improvisational prowess following his crushing Fuck Fundamentalist Pigs, which was brought forward in tribute to the Paris attacks and released in late 2015.The minimalist electric guitar mantra Dread Live was performed at Studio Helmbreker in Haarlem, Netherlands, September 2013, and recorded by Mathijs Ton on a hypercardiod ribbon mic with immaculate 70’s valve amp back line and technical support by the great Tos Nieuwenhuisen. The set was programmed as part of the opening of the Dread - Fear in the age of technological Acceleration exhibition at De Hallen Haarlem, curated by Juha Van’t Zelfde.It renders 40 minutes of Sunn 0)))’s O’Malley at his most depressive and heavy and is something akin to a slow-motion baptism by waves of tarry, blackened harmonic distortion, holding us under ’til we nearly pass-out from its sinking pressure. Needless to say - it’s insanely good.How low can you go? O’Malley knows.
Sewer Election - Malign
Sewer Election
Malign
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Swedish noise agitator Dan Johannsson bothers his good pals at iDEAL with a brilliant new LP following his Aska split album with Puce Mary in 2013. Malign by nature and intent, his overdue return to Joachim Nordwall’s label is a sorely strung out and decayed thing, a dank space hankering to be inhabited by listeners who want or need to be pushed into uncomfortable headspaces. If you're into anything from Jandek to Wolf Eyes to The Caretaker - this one's for you.Malign trades in a sense of depression and negativity that draws strength from the vacuum behind hope, vacillating forlorn, Loren Connors-like guitar melodies and rubbled shellac samples that recall The Caretaker with passages of fierce distortion and slurried atmospheric textures that project hellish images of waterboarding and abject terror on the mind. The guitar pieces are almost Jandek-like in their awkwardness, often morphing mid sentence into the kind of shuddering knots that Aaron Dilloway would be proud of, steadily toeing away hope in favour of full depressive immersion and feelings from the brink.Ultimately, though, the record wouldn’t be so convincing without its severe sense of sincerity, honestly conveying that pall of darkness without any ironic distance. It’s a proper downer in the best way.
Stephen O'Malley - End Ground
Stephen O'Malley
End Ground
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
End Ground forms the third and final installment in a series of records documenting the solo prowess of Sunn 0)))’s Stephen O’Malley released on Sweden’s Ideal Recordings. It was performed on electric guitar thru Sunn model T amps, and captured on a zoom H4 at Centre Cultural Suisse, Bad Bonn Carte Blanche, Paris, France, on 18th October 2013.
Stephen O’Malley - Fuck Fundamentalist Pigs Second Edition
Stephen O’Malley
Fuck Fundamentalist Pigs Second Edition
2LP | 2015 | EU | Reissue (Ideal)
29,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
F*ck Fundamentalist Pigs is Stephen O’Malley’s crushing, personal and intensely emotive retort to the fascists and fundamentalists who undermine his and our sense of personal liberty and freedom, particularly in the wake of attacks suffered by Charlie Hebdo magazine and the residents of Paris during late 2015, and the countless poor souls who’ve suffered in the Middle East, Kenya and North Africa.The material itself is just staggering - appearing a mere couple of weeks after Sunn O)))’s Kannon and once again displaying the intensity of O’Malley's immersive, uncompromising aesthetic, congealing tarriest waves of sub-harmonic drone and bad-handed chord changes into a glaring expression of sustained, paranoid tension and jawing, cathartic blows. The original recordings were made only days after the Charlie Hebdo attack at the start of 2015 and intended to be released under this title as the start of a trio of live recordings thru iDEAL in spring 2016. However, in light of the recent 13th November attacks, he felt it was only right to bring forward this release to “offer a small sense of solace in the time, even for the few hundred who hear them.” Here’s what O’Malley himself says about the album:“On 8 January 2015, the day following the Charlie Hebdo murders in Paris (the city I have called home for the last 8 years), I started a week long tour of Norway. During this jaunt I faced the toxic reality daily of the horrible blossoming events intermittently via television. These sense of distance was both fortunate and painful … a fortunate sense of partial detachment both welcome and shameful. The Trondheim concert on 9 January (depicted here) happened on a particularly intense day in this timeline … and was personally a true example of the purging power of immersion in music. Through a web of emotions resolving distance, disintegration, the intense power of the moment and the brutal fundamentalist, cultural and psychological aspects behind … And today the recent horror of 13 November in Paris we experienced… to say many of these thoughts intensified is an understatement. The seemingly basic outrage of the title I chose for this album seemed more apt as a cry of liberty, a small, crude attempt at the spirit of Darkthrone’s timeless statement « With my art I am the fist. In the face of god. » . Like most of us I have also sometimes fallen for the constant baiting toward anger, outrage, paranoia and fear in the daily life, often but not always misdirected, but it is not debilitating by any means. It’s clear that as an experimental guitar player I have absolutely no political power (or even ability to articulate in those forms) but it’s important to take the opportunity to say « fuck you » in these situations. To the facist & fundamentalist movements. To the absurding of the worst sides of monotheistic belief systems. And not only the perpetrators behind these events but also on other sides including the reactive and opportunistic. Those with most to gain are the underlying authoritarians in our own societies who have opportunities to implement and increase their control even further for their gains. The « security » changes we face in fact may also result in yet further increase in the loss of liberty and freedom. The reactions aimed toward increased separation of cultures, xenophobia, nationalism, and especially racism are highly regrettable. I hope these recordings offer a small sense of solace in the time, even for the few hundred who hear them. I know they (and this text) are ultimately useless but … I am moved and shaken. I sincerely hope my point of view evolves out of what I have written above. For the concert on this record we had a massive backline with beautiful vintage Hiwatt amplifiers, and two PAs (including a Funktion One) in the small venue Blæst, the night hosted by Nymusikk. Immersion. Bliss. This record is actually the third part of a trilogy of live solo guitar records we intended to be released on iDEAL during spring 2016… but we were able to fast-forward due to the timeliness and by personal request.
Tilliander - Compuriddim
Tilliander
Compuriddim
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Andreas Tilliander (Mokira, TM404) returns with a plunging set of skewed techno dubs for Joachim Nordwall's iDEAL, his first new release for the label since the Bias Line 7” in 2010, and the Hateless album released a decade ago. RIYL Peder Mannerfelt, Frak, Tapes, Pole, Basic Channel!Andreas Tilliander has gone some way to making his studio a bastion of dub music within his home city, Stockholm ever since emerging with the Cliphop album for Raster-Noton in 2000 and subsequently releasing a whole slew of influential releases for labels including Mille Plateaux, Type, ideal, Kontra and Skudge. With the heady churn of Compuriddim dispensed under his own name, Tilliander returns to the site of some of his earliest outings, Joachim Nordwall’s iDEAL with a clutch of warped and murky dub ecologies firming up as some of the most absorbing iterations of his adroitly smoked-out sound.iDEAL were first turned on to Tilliander’s music via his Ljud (2001) LP for Mille Plateaux, and have established an occasional yet crucial relationship ever since, resulting in highlights such as the Dutty & Digital [2004] 12” and the Bias Line [2010] 7”. The Compuriddim set is the newest and most intoxicatingly textured addition to that collection; six tracks strong in pursuit of a elusive electro-acoustic geist that lives between the wires of his classic hardware, in the late night air of his studio. In keeping with the classic tenets of dub production - less-is-more efficiency, constant movement within space - he executes a sort of psychoacoustic telekinesis with the 6 parts of Compuriddim, skanking from the spiralling loops of drip bass and drums overlaid with windswept melodica in Twilight Circuit, to a grumbling but charming dub techno stepper on Mokirian Tekno Trak, then letting it all go loose and floppy with the sloshing Afracid deviation of FR777 Skank. Open Up The CV/Gate meanwhile kicks off the B-side at a bendy slow/fast bent lodged somewhere between Tin Man and AFX’s slow mo Analords or Cheetah tracks, followed up by the ragged dub chord stagger of Return Of The Super Tape, and the EP’s sweetest number, a bottom-heavy but dainty whorl of 303 dialogue seemingly detained for the most squashed and strange corners of the night or morning after.
Joachim Nordwall - The Ideal Black
Joachim Nordwall
The Ideal Black
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Oblique, intense and spirit-gnawing electro-acoustic exercises from The Skull Defekts founder / Ideal head honcho Joachim Nordwall, presenting a brilliantly stark album of direct and gnarly Machine energy that comes highly recommended if you’re into anything from Pan Sonic to Alessandro Cortini, Deathprod or Emptyset. Working with a bunch of tone generators fed thru a massive wall of amps at Elementstudion in Gothenburg, Nordwall isolates and fearlessly homes in on the recording space’s resonant frequencies until you can physically feel the room grinding, whining and shuddering in the kind of spasms that arch the spine and set your back teeth on edge. And he does it relentlessly for the whole record. The only steady variable in this elemental organism is the sense of rhythm; a metric, pulsing heave that keeps each piece’s tangibly immense weight pushing forward from the crack’d slap of a drum that pins The Ideal Black into place, to the quasi-step lurch of Great Mind of Fire, thru the Alessandro Cortini-Like impulse of Extreme Solutionfor a Simple Problem to the palsied, cog-ground rattle of System For Psychic Expansion and Black Out at its nether limits. In the rarest way, thanks to Joachim’s direct approach, the mixing of Linus Andersson, and Heba Kadry’s master at Timeless Mastering, Bushwick, The Ideal Black is about as close as you’ll hear to a 1-to-1 representation of pure, crushing tonal terror. A character-building exercise strongly tipped if you like the biting point sounds of: Kevin Drumm, Alessandro Cortini, Emptyset, Gottfried Michael Koenig.
Stephen O’Malley - End Ground Second Edition
Stephen O’Malley
End Ground Second Edition
LP | 2016 | EU | Reissue (Ideal)
22,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
End Ground forms the third and final installment in a series of records documenting the solo prowess of Sunn 0)))’s Stephen O’Malley released on Sweden’s iDEAL Recordings. It was performed on electric guitar thru Sunn model T amps, and captured on a zoom H4 at Centre Cultural Suisse, Bad Bonn Carte Blanche, Paris, France, on 18th October 2013.In solo mode, stripped of his usual accomplices and collaborators, O’Malley is no less than an elemental force. His durational meditations absorb and consume with steady-handed wave after wave of charred, sustained, and sub-harmonised chords casting the mesmerising minimalist practice of La Monte Young into the physicality of Black Sabbath’s original, heavy metal die.The A-side/first half of this 45 minute performance features O’Malley tentatively coaxing out languorous riffs which turn the air around him to a pensive, vibrating mush. As the 2nd half dawns he begins to deliver more crushing blows, drawing out and subsiding the chords with a patented, gut-wrenching and vivifying power that transcends rock, avant-garde, minimalism - all of that - to awaken dormant senses not usually experienced with other musics or concise temporality. As with many of the most affective heavy drone recordings by Sunn 0))), among others, a modicum of patience is required in order to attain the right state for reception, but once your mind and body are malleable, the impact is deliciously visceral, primal and whelming.Colour us blown away, once again.
V.A. - Idealism Volume 2
V.A.
Idealism Volume 2
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
15,29 €* 16,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Immense noise/techno slab from iDEAL featuring Varg, Sewer Election, Alexandra Atnif and CopleyMedal (Dais records’ Ryan Martin) with a spirit-rinsing, full spectrum noise and techno showcaseto leave you sore and breathless.Sweden’s indomitable Dan Johansson a.k.a. Sewer Election - whose Vidöppna Sår was among theearliest LPs released by PAN - goes first with a pyroclastic torrent of molten distortion whichcalves away to, strangely enough, reveal acoustic guitar strums and soggy location recordingsbefore handing over to keenly tipped American artist Alexandra Atnif, who really gets under theskin with a pair of thrumming rhythmic noise pieces demonstrating devilish discipline and aproper feel for biting-point tones. Keep an eye out for her new stuff.Trust Ryan Martin’s Copley Medal alias to reset the scene with Ger Lopig on the other side.Following from last year’s Trance Below The Streets collaboration with iDEAL bossman, JoachimNordwall, his latest sacrifice is an absorbing piece of drone torpor that could initially be aDeathprod piece or a Black Metal intro, but which eventually precipitates a deep, systolic pulse thatmarks up as the best we’ve heard from him.Then the prolific Varg takes us to the edge with the purified, headlong oscillations and noisepayload of Run No More Pts. I & II, primed to slice thru the floor or dank bedrooms withunrepentant, laser-guided precision.Supersolid.
Nate Young - Regression
Nate Young
Regression
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Wolf Eyes’ Nate Young’s Regression series has provided some of the most compelling dread-electronics spewed out by the North American underground in years, with instalments released by Demdike Stare’s DDS label and Aaron Dilloway’s Hanson, as well as NNA Tapes and others. It all began back in 2009 with this first volume issued by Joachim Nordwall’s Ideal label, an incredible set that’s now being released on vinyl for the first time ever, just in time for Wolf Eyes newly minted (Warp sponsored) Lower Floor imprint to make its debut this coming spring.Young is one of those artists whose output is instantly recognisable, his take on primitive electronics is both innovative and unnerving, and in recent years has really dominated the stylistic direction pursued by Wolf Eyes. It’s a kind of creaky, bare-boned deconstruction of classic horror scoring jolted by noise and industrial motifs, sounding somewhere between Demdike Stare’s early work, John Carpenter and Mica Levi’s by-now-classic soundtrack to Under The Skin. You could neither classify Regression as a Noise record nor an Ambient one, instead the synth dissections and tape treatments more closely reference early electronic music. ‘Trapped’ offers little of the claustrophobia suggested by its title, although the continual woody knocking sounds and filthy oscillations do engender a sense of unease, while ‘Dread’ brings to mind the Desmond Briscoe soundtrack to Nigel Kneale’s The Stone Tape. ‘Under The Skin’ returns to the more esoteric, intangible sound designs that characterised the album’s opening, writhing around in a spluttering, tactile fashion that’s at once sonically rather beautiful but deeply sinister, modulating through grisly synthesiser gestures while more textural, percussive sounds flood through dub-style tape delays. Young has an uncanny ability to make sonic extremes sound incredibly seductive, and this volume is perhaps the most engrossing exposition of that unique ability.
Dave Phillips - Rise
Dave Phillips
Rise
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Ideal)
15,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Frighteningly messed-up and compelling slab from Schimpfluch-Gruppe participant Dave Phillips, whom with Rise arguably establishes a crucial bridge between the continuum of radical European outsider art and NON or Halcyon Veil’s politically-charged, hyperreal soundscapes.Accompanied by some of the most fascinating sleeve notes we’ve read since, ooh, Pauline Oliveros’ Primordial/Lift, Dave Phillips’ Rise conveys a starkly impending warning about human greed and the tendency toward anthropocentric worldviews and “extractivism”, as opposed to stewardship, all rendered thru seven scenes scrolling from convulsive hyperviolence to detached, abyssal drone and clawing cacophony.We really couldn’t say whether Phillips, a tireless “purveyor of radical sound since the mid ‘80s” has heard or is even aware of the NON phenomena or Halcyon Veil’s abrasive aesthetics, but the textural and political similarities between those vital new labels and Phillips’ cranky ass are just too striking to ignore.Face first, he sucks us into the peristaltic paroxysms of We Know Enough To Know How Much We Will Never Know with a sense of arrhythmic chaos and trepidation that feels like Rabit and John Wiese imagining a world where feral populations fight over the last food and goods on the shelves, before Rise steps outside into a bombed out scape strafed with buzzing flies, and Culture Of Ethical Failure sinks into a fetid mire of soggy textures and deeply unpleasant torture chamber wretches dappled with minor key piano motifs.The Construct farther gnaws at the simulacra’s shaky resolution with visceral, unsettling white noise distortion, and Solastalgia / Ohnmacht feels like the infinite intro to a Venetian Snares calamity which never manifests, instead serving up grindcore rage in Only The Cockroaches Shall Survive To Rule The Earth, and leaving us petrified at what may come with the primordial orgy, A Grain of Salt (Goes a Long Way).OK, there’s definitely a distinction to be made between Phillips’ extreme angled weltanschauung and the hypermodern consciousness of NON and their affiliates, but it’s surely better to hear their relative similarities and, if you’re a DJ or listener who likes to mess around with their records, to crash and layer ‘em together in the mix where we’d imagine they’ll really come alive together.
Joke Lanz - Plays Sudden Infant
Joke Lanz
Plays Sudden Infant
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
11,99 €* 14,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Joke Lanz travels down memory lane! Two decks a mixer and a dozen of old Sudden Infant vinyls to spin, scratch, manoeuvre, loop and juggle into a narrative new composition. Recorded and mastered by Rashad Becker in Berlin, this album combines Joke Lanz' unique turntablism and intuition for mutant-body-dramas peppered with a great sense of humour from the rhythms of amplified faders and his own breath to spoken interjections of Bryan Lewis Saunders' dream lyrics. You can dance, you can cry, you can smile, you can die!
John Duncan - This Bitter Earth
John Duncan
This Bitter Earth
7" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the completing release to John Duncan's masterful "Bitter Earth" LP (iDEAL129). Here, Duncan is covering songs by Gladys Knight ("This Bitter Earth"), Pere Ubu ("Final Solution") and Jule Styne ("I Fall In Love Too Easily"). Beautiful versions by one of the most important conceptual artists of our time.
Christer Bothen - Ljudskulptur …
Christer Bothen
Ljudskulptur …
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Christer Bothén's new LP on iDEAL is a beautiful creation moving comfortably between improv, sound art and drone. Christer Bothén is a main character in the Swedish improv, jazz and world music scene. He studied music in Mali and Morocco in the 70s and collaborated w Don Cherry. Bothén has been active in bands like Bitter Funeral Beer Band, Fire! Orchestra, Mats Gustafson NU Ensemble, Spjärnsvallet and Bolon Bata. We are very proud to work with him on this exclusive vinyl LP release.
RM - Unfit
RM
Unfit
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
14,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
RM is Italian mastermind of bad vibes Riccardo Mazza. The man has a free approach to his music, with no interest what so ever in the device used as a source. RM is dark, meditative harshness at it's absolutely TOP. The intent is to submerge the listener with a gloomy, ancestral mood. This is truly capturing, ambient and pulsating electronic music with nods to both minimal techno and industrial music. iDEAL is proud to release this great work of brilliance. Also, for info lovers, Mazza is half of industrial filth duo Lettera 22.
Dionysian - Dionysian
Dionysian
Dionysian
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Ideal)
13,59 €* 16,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
iDEAL and Börft pay tribute to their pal Joel Brindefalk (1975-2013) with the posthumous issue of a long-lost tape of concrète noise created in 1992 during a wavey weekend with his mates, Joachim Nordwall, Christian Topac and Johan Petersson.In making these recordings available for the first time, the closely-related labels reveal another side to Brindefalk’s known catalogue of ‘90s techno and warmer electronic dub stuff, one much more likely to broach black metal tropes and discomfiting concrète than anything warm or friendly.From the chaotic scramble of its opening couplet, the tape cuts into what sounds like a free astral jazz jam captured in bristling lo-fi, before flinging us back into the abyss with a druggy passage of hoary howls streaked with traffic noises.It gets no less wigged-out on the flip, serving as proper ear floss across four paper-cut-raw pieces of choked electronics, clattering hip hop cut-ups, and what could almost be the sound of an ogre doing the dishes.
Ornament - Protest Music
Ornament
Protest Music
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Ideal)
14,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Dense, roiling drone show from Joe DeNardo, who’s best known as Growing but, adopts the Ornament moniker to signify something altered from his usual practice. It starts out with a folksy sort of dissonance and soon starts to curdle and keen in fascinating formations**Joachim Nordwall of iDEAL says: “Protest Music” is the first release by Ornament, the recent project of Joe DeNardo from the band Growing. Ornament began playing shows in late 2012 around the New York City area, and recorded this album int he summer and fall of 2014 in Brooklyn, NY.While live Ornament shows have been known to test audience decibel tolerances with sounds ranging from guitar-based rawness to deeply effected, skrewed up percussion, the double entendre named “Protest Music” presents a distillation of those themes down to their essences, both positive and negative, utopian/dystopian. The complex sounds and images of “Protest Music” contend with the absolute grayness of existence.
Anton Klint - Personalmöte / Efter Stängning
Anton Klint
Personalmöte / Efter Stängning
7" | 2015 | UK | Original (Ideal)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Anton Klint (a.k.a. IDIB’s Tiedye) draws squiggly acid jaxx over two faces of the 1st release from Joachim Nordwall’s Folk Disc label.Landing a year on from his breezy linx with Studio’s Dan Lissvik for Public Possession, he’s clearly taken the ticket to go weirder, wigged-out on this jaunt.A-side burns up an oddly organic acid number sprung with clattering drums, distended acid protrusions and a general sense of wonky, druggy behaviour bound to infect the club.B-side he yokes back the madness for a slick acid techno momentum, sending skittish arpeggios over solid bass ballast with a sexier thrust.Folk music indeed. Look forward to hearing more from this label!
Hypnotower - Unlearn
Hypnotower
Unlearn
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Ideal)
13,49 €* 14,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ectoplasm Girl, Tanya Byrne, returns to iDEAL with the uncanny, ten-stage solo noise hypnosis of ‘Unlearn’.Arriving a year on from her sister, Nadine Byrne’s incredible ‘A Different Gesture: Collected Soundtracks 2011-2012’, this suite reprises the repetitive trance states of their ‘TxN’ album, but at an enervated, slower pace and with more atonal, abstract textures in pursuit of some deeply personal, powerful and psychedelic spirit.It’s equal measures industrial ambient, black metal, and ritual electronics, dissolving her ego and diffusing it amidst a spectrum of enchanted voices, rubbling synth swells and frayed tape loops calling for comparison with Atelecine’s L.A. noir noise in ‘Teamdream’, or the bunkered chamber techno creations of 51717 in ‘Soldier’, as well as the most gutted G.O.D. output with the loping ‘Fleshworld’, or even Wold at his most mystic, black mecha in the drone pits of ‘555-Forget’.It’s a matter of life and death, and the hallucinatory, psychedelic space between those states - therefore don’t expect it to be pleasant or easy-going, as life itself.
CM Von Hausswolff - Plays John Cage II
CM Von Hausswolff
Plays John Cage II
7" | 2015 | EU | Original (Ideal)
8,79 €* 10,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In 2010 C.M. von Hausswolff and Petri Kuljuntausta performed John Cage's '4'33' at the IHME Contemporary Art Festival in Helsinki, Finland. This version was for two electric guitars and amplifiers. C.M. von Hausswolff 'Plays John Cage II' contains a newly recorded version, entitled 4'33" - for electric guitar (broken amplifier version)' and was recorded as an hommage to Cage's 100th birthday in 2012. This special 7-inch comes as a square flexidisc with a printed insert in a PVC protection bag. Limited to 200 copies.
Nadine Byrne - A Different Gesture - Collected Soundtracks 2011-2012
Nadine Byrne
A Different Gesture - Collected Soundtracks 2011-2012
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Ideal)
15,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A Different Gesture (Collected Soundtracks 2011-2012)" presents soundtracks to four films by the Swedish visual- and sound artist Nadine Byrne. This album consist of four beautiful, esoteric, ambient pieces composed especially for these films. In 2011, together with her sister Tanya Byrne as Ectoplasm Girls, she blessed us with one of that year's strongest albums. Deep, occult, drone pop with industrial influences. Chris Carter loved it. The Wire Magazine loved it too and ranked it as one of the album's of the year. Nadine Byrne released a 7" on iDEAL in 2010 as The Magic State but this is her first record under her own name. And it is a truly deep trip.
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