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Gabriel Saloman - Movement Building Volume 3
Gabriel Saloman
Movement Building Volume 3
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shelter Press has made good on its promise to deliver the third and final volume of its series featuring Yellow Swan Gabriel Saloman, released both on vinyl and collected with Vol. I and. II as a double CD. For fans of Saloman’s post-Yellow Swans work - an already dense catalog of darkly cinematic compositions mostly conceived as accompaniment to some of Vancouver’s edgier contemporary dance companies, Movement Building Vol. III is not only a much anticipated conclusion to this trilogy, it is the most fully realized album in years. Where as Movement Building Vol. I & II acted primarily as documentation of time-based artworks, Movement Building Vol. III offers a more coherent and narratively rich album that will appeal to admirers of Soldier’s Requiem (Miasmah, 2013).Listeners will recognize the emotive bowed strings, militant percussion and searing guitar eruptions that evoked memory and trauma in that previous album. Joining this pallet are other familiar Saloman sounds: shoegaze washes of distorted guitar, minimalist piano attacks, melancholic appregiated melodies, and a patina of harsh noise. Added to this is a more 21st Century approach to drums and bass, perhaps an effect of his collaborations with producer Michael Red in their dub-ambient project Chambers. Saloman’s music has never sat comfortably in any genre, sharing with a select cohort of other artists (Stephen O’Malley, Lawrence English, Grouper, Kreng, Tim Hecker, among others) an ambiguous position between “modern classical”, “electronic music”, and the more outer limits of metal. Movement Building Vol. III doesn’t clarify as much as it expands Saloman’s oeuvre further into an idiosyncratic musical no-man’s land that fails to be faithful to any popular musical trend - contemporary, retro or futurist.
Bellows - Strand
Bellows
Strand
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Engrossing small sound science from Milan’s Giuseppe Ielasi and Nicola Ratti, aka Bellows, one of our favourite production units now marking up another mesmerising addition to their frayed, knotty microcosmos of sounds following on from LP’s for our own Boomkat Editions as well as the Latency, Senufo and Planam labels.
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma & Felicia Atkinson - Comme Un Seul Narcisse
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma & Felicia Atkinson
Comme Un Seul Narcisse
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A perfectly nuanced, incisive suite of late night composition by two deft and eternally searching artists, Félicia Atkinson (France), and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma (U.S.A.), which sounds little like anything we’ve previously heard from them. RIYL Wanda Group, Luc Ferrari, Anne Guthrie, and wandering and dozing off in the middle of a foreign space.
V.A. - Doppeldoppelgänger
V.A.
Doppeldoppelgänger
2LP | 2015 | US | Original (Shelter Press)
25,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A subjective compilation by David Le Simple and Vincent Romagny after the three exhibtions cycle ‘Doppelgänger’ at Ceaac curated by Vincent Romagny. The double LP ‘Doppeldoppelgänger’ is a purely subjective compilation of sound works by artists (Félicia Atkinson, bruant&spangaro), sound from films by artists (David Lamelas), sound poetry and performances (John Giorno, Karl Holmqvist, Lisa Holzer & David Jourdan); of works by very different cult composers (Benjamin Britten, Jean-François Pauvros, Gérard Pesson, Jean-Claude Vannier), legendary groups (Deux Filles) and unclassifiables (Potima Zen Neuman, Joiejoiejoie).
Gabor Lazar - Crisis Of Representation
Gabor Lazar
Crisis Of Representation
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Continuously defining his unique composition skills over the years, Gábor Lázár shared a first release with Russell Haswell for his now defunct imprint Last Foundation, quickly followed in 2014 by the album I.L.S. on Lorenzo Senni’s Presto!? label and EP16 on The Death of Rave, before collaborating last year on a joint album with Mark Fell The Neurobiology of Moral Decision Making, also released on The Death of Rave. Mostly pieced together in 2015, but utilising material made as early as 2011, Crisis Of Representation forms a direct continuation of Lázár’s increasingly incisive composition techniques, offering 7 pieces (+1 bonus on CD) which unknot the same nasal drip motif in myriad permutations of possibility. With that in mind, it’s not difficult to draw an economically short line from his to Mark Fell’s music, but where Fell’s Linn grammar and SoYo accentuation tends to clip itself, Lázár’s compositions ribbon off into unnaturally fluid flights of mercurial, polychromatic acrobatics.We could imagine that this deeply abstract yet soberly conceived techno sound is antithesis to causal listening. But, if you’re game enough to follow Gábor into the wormhole, and have the head for incredibly intense, elusive sonics, then you’ll be embraced by a unquantifiably psychedelic experience quite unlike any other, where notions of “proper” musical convention are upended and rhythm, pitch and tone become fused by your head into scintillating psychoacoustic formations of perpetual tension and amorphous resolution.If you’re into sound design or the rave reductions of Lorenzo Senni, this one comes highly recommended!
Ben Vida - Damaged Particulates
Ben Vida
Damaged Particulates
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
17,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ben Vida’s Damaged Particulates LP represents the conclusion of one body of work, Damaged Particulates, and the beginnings of a new long form project titled Reducing the Tempo to Zero. The version of Damaged Particulates (2012-2016) included in this LP is the final iteration of a piece that Vida has been developing for close to four years. It first materialized as a number of individual synthesizer studies under the title Damaged Parts.
D/P/I - Composer
D/P/I
Composer
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Shelter Press)
10,19 €* 16,99 € -40%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
D/P/I (Alex Gray) is a musician, DJ and visual artist from USA; he has made music under the alias of Deep Magic and as a part of various Sun Araw Trios, Duos and Quartets. “Composer” is an album of rhythms that, once started, eventually completed themselves without much input from the “Composer”. The character of a rhythm can develop very simply/unconsciously with just a slightly different part of the hand hitting a drum, or the wrist getting tired, causing trembling and stuttering that further magnifies the rhythmic stability of the pattern and/ or player.
D/P/I - Composer
D/P/I
Composer
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
12,74 €* 14,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
D/P/I is a musician, DJ and visual artist from USA; he made music under the alias of Deep Magic and as a part of various Sun Araw Trios, Duos and Quartets. Now, most of the time, he plays drums, guitar, or saxophone at home for his other half & two cats.“Composer” is an album of rhythms that, once started, eventually completed themselves without much input from the “Composer”. The character of a rhythm can develop very simply/unconsciously with just a slightly different part of the hand hitting a drum, or the wrist getting tired, causing trembling and stuttering that further magnifies the rhythmic stability of the pattern and/ or player. With electronics, it’s different physically, as you are not “hitting” anything, but the link to the subconscious/unconscious, remains analogous. Every adjustment to a single sound/pattern can reveal complexities that were not apparent when the sound/pattern started. A natural flow begins, similar to the development of complex accents via “human error” of using an ordinary djembe or conga: as the composer begins to inter-be entranced by the sound/ pattern, with a midi-mapped set of physical knobs, controlling complex processes/effects - each effect/process assumes it’s own character for that, almost quantum-like, layer of improvisation - layer by layer, until the simple layers of sound/patterns have naturally developed into compositions that reflect the seeming-instability, excitement, and sadness in time, here referred to as a fixed, unmoving element in the “universe”, that our human software is intrinsically dependent on to interpret these rhythms and the rest of the material world. This album was fun, exciting and unpredictable until the day it was “finished”. I hope this album encourages people to think for themselves.This isn’t a “techno”, “experimental”, “abstract”, “dance”, “IDM”, or any “genre” of album. I hope you know what I mean. I hope that music hasn’t lost the quality of inter-being “beyond categorization”. I also hope that, to a small extent, this album can act as a beacon of creativity for future generations, who are currently being completely saturated by marketing content for products and media that will do nothing but confuse and distract them.”— Alex Gray, July 2016
Matt Carlson - The View From Nowhere
Matt Carlson
The View From Nowhere
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
18,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The View From Nowhere is a record of experimental electronic music that explores possible relationships between voice and modular synthesis. Composed and recorded by Matt Carlson at Worksound in Portland, OR, the record develops and expands ideas discernible in his early solo works or as one-half of the duo Golden Retriever..Although melody and a good dose of Matt’s unusual sense of humor shape the record, another key emphasis in the composition is his specific approach to rhythm and sequencing. Rhythmic patterns are used but the music is somehow never fully on or off the grid. Carlson opts to use Nancarrow-esque overlapping meters and tempos to keep the music out of any kind of predictable patterns of electronic music.The View From Nowhere is thematically centered around ideas of confusion, panic, misunderstanding, and “bad faith” communication. It’s interested in the process of how something moves from being an “abstract” sound into becoming a signifier of specific meaning, and the interstitial space in between.The felt attempt to communicate meaning lay behind the artwork as well, standing as a visual representation of the way the music approaches language. The text-based imagery strives to exist between sense and nonsense, the meaningful and the meaningless. Individual syntactical units “point” to one another but don’t necessarily cohere into comprehensible statements. Relationality is implied and seems to emerge merely by placing signifiers against one another.Taking influence from text-sound composers such as Charles Amirkhanian, the early voice-synthesis work of Charles Dodge, and Robert Ashley’s more speech-heavy work, The View From Nowhere might be Matt Carlson’s most challenging and refined record to date. It’s like being near a million tiny entities all trying to communicate with you simultaneously, or being in a crowded place hearing the rhythms and cadences of communication but not quite being able to parse it.
Bulbs - Color Attic
Bulbs
Color Attic
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
15,99 €* 19,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Generally Bulbs' music does not sound like the guitar/drum instrumentation would indicate. They have much more to do with Chain Reaction than White Stripes, but with the benefit of live instrumentation and an adventurous edge, they end up much wilder, looser, more organic than anything coming out of Berlin.
Joshua Bonnetta - Lago
Gabriel Saloman - Movement Building Volume 2
Gabriel Saloman
Movement Building Volume 2
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
2nd volume in Gabriel Saloman’s “Movement Building” series, continuing the release of original compositions commissioned for contemporary dance works. Following the enthusiastically received first installment – volume one’s album length The Disciplined Body – Saloman offers up 5 new tracks that combine shimmering bowed guitars and reverberant acoustic percussion into a meditative and powerful break from anything he’s produced before. Mobilizing the frequencies of contemporary electronic music Movement Building vol. 2 abandons the conventional instrumentation and genre motifs embraced by many of his peers in favour of an utterly unique hybrid of avant-drone, psych-rock and Japanese traditional music.
Chicaloyoh - Les Sept Salons
Chicaloyoh
Les Sept Salons
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
11,19 €* 15,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Les Septs Salons is the name of Alice Dourlen new EP, who performs has Chicaloyoh. Following her 2013 debut LP Folie Sacré (Shelter Press), this EP stands has a condensed document of a 18 months non-stop globetrotting tour. Melting experimental and oriental sounds with a strong theatrical aesthetics, Les Sept Salons is also the recording of a smooth transition between 2 languages, Alice Dourlen’s coming back to her—french—native tongue on half of the record. Contemporary bridges are getting built here, between psychedelic sounds and horror movie soundracks, between some modern incarnations of Nico and Catherine Ribeiro.
Gabriel Saloman - Movement Building Volume 1
Gabriel Saloman
Movement Building Volume 1
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
14,39 €* 17,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Saloman has taken the sweeping drones & fried electricity of his former band (Yellow Swans) & embedded them with in an expanding palette of bowed strings, martial percussion & resonant piano.
Alex Cobb - Marigold & Cable
Alex Cobb
Marigold & Cable
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Shelter Press)
17,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Marigold and Cable" marks an indelible new phase in the trajectory of Alex Cobb’s solo recordings and prior missives as Taiga Remains. The album’s four compositions are streamlined and focused, finding a balance between studied contours and compositional intuition. Tints of early Stars of the Lid and Kevin Drumm’s lambent drones are apt starting points, but Cobb routes them through a live set up without the aid of loops or synthesizers.
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