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Mondkopf - They Fall, But You Don't
Mondkopf
They Fall, But You Don't
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (In Paradisum)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
* New from In Paradisum also the home of Low Jack and December. This album is the most straight-forward and cohesive Mondkopf album to date due to his switch to analog synthetisers. «They Fall…» has been recorded live in his room in Paris at night on the sadly memorable month of November 2016. * The record has something familiar with Mondkopf's previous output with the raw textures and half-light atmospheres, but the rest is a radical change for him. The synth pads of "They Fall... "are neither retro nor futuristic. In addition to Paul's fragile vocals, they exhale a distinct feeling of just being there. The tracks follow their own path by being focused and vital. "They Fall But You Don't" is the singular manifesto of a relationship to electronic music that leaves out the ideas of innovation and genre and more resembles the language of a new folk music; deeply evocative, powerful and free.
Roger West - En Asie
Roger West
En Asie
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (In Paradisum)
10,79 €* 11,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
Another brilliant set of pop-meets-pop rodgerings by De Murcia of no mercy, this time riding East for inspiration, following his notable Wasted House EP from last year. Five sharp and discombobulating detournements: funny, flatulent, sexual; knockabout, unpretentious and danceable. Ace.
Qoso - Printemps - Ete
Qoso
Printemps - Ete
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (In Paradisum)
15,19 €* 18,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Charlie Janiaut opens up a third way between physical energy and experiments on sound textures. The producer originally from Franche Comté has dusted his fingers on battle scratch and his playing with computer is totally instinct driven. Playing techno from the viewpoint of rap music, qoso’s music is entirely based on samples and feeds on mistakes, frequency translation and a piling up of effects leaving space to randomness. The tracks on Printemps Ete were composed all at once and speak more to the body than the head - they’re rhythm tracks as stated by Emotional, which opens the record where most electronic albums like to put a nice ambient track."
Mätisse - Kairos
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Run Dust - Serf Rash
Run Dust
Serf Rash
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (In Paradisum)
17,09 €* 18,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Luke Calzonetti, following up on the Zeckenentferner tape from Opal Tapes: eleven tracks ranging from proper songs to brutal techno, romantic melodic stuff to dystopian minimal. A unique feel for texture and storytelling holds it all together, infused with a melancholic, fragile wanderlust.
Roger West - Wasted House
Roger West
Wasted House
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (In Paradisum)
8,39 €* 11,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Amédée De Murcia — of Industrial heavyweights Somaticae — slipping outside to play. He came across some dance records at his girlfriend’s, says his label rather evasively, and set about wasting them good and proper. ‘Very catchy and close to falling apart at the same time, a pretty special take on the ambiguity of the clubbing experience, the way it mixes euphoria and angst… Uchronian dance music, like the memory of a party that never existed.’ Like NHK Koyxen playing the wrong house.
Low Jack - Flashes
Low Jack
Flashes
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (In Paradisum)
11,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In Paradisum’s 11th offering comes from Low Jack, who returns to the label after his collaboration with Qoso. It’s a heavy EP of dense, apocalyptic sounds from the fast rising French DJ and producer that often churns along at a very predatory sub-100bpm. Grainy, dusty, dirty and psychedelic, title track 'Flashes' is a prickly concoction for sure. The kicks drag below, white noise patterns emerge above and way off in the distance massive industrial machines seem to be working in a heavy storm. 'Your Soul' has more light in it thanks to the mellow melodies, but stormy winds still percolate in the background and the spread-apart kicks still trudge with a dark and heavy heart. 'Don’t U Know' is another monster full of coarse analogue sounds, whirring and broken machines and stomping kicks. It’s terrifyingly industrial stuff that will blow your mind ion the right darkened dancefloor. 'Sweet Cheater' sounds like a fruit machine gone bad, with layers of grim and dirt and cowbells and kicks all piled on top of each other into a patchwork of sound so tightly packed its impossible to ignore. Frankly, nasty noise never sounded so good!
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