YoshimiO / Susie Ibarra / Robert Akiki Aubrey Lowe – Flower Of Sulphur (2LP+MP3)

Image: 1617224 Flower of Sulphur is a transfxing piece of continuous improvisation
from three experimental luminaries : multi-instrumentalist YoshimiO
(Boredoms, OOIOO, SAICOBAB), internationally acclaimed
percussionist Susie Ibarra, and artist Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe
The trio’s jaw dropping performance was recorded in December
2016 at Roulette in Brooklyn. Flower of Sulphur documents a
singular evening of exquisite sound and exceptional performance.
Absolutely an essential album, pristinely recorded, and capturing a
rare performance. A must have for any fans of creative innovation
and improvistation.
The trio are hoping to make additional live performances throughout

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“In the seemingly impenetrable, fantastic murkiness of Japanese
experimental psych pop, more often than not, Yoshimi has been a
beacon.” – FADER

“[Susie Ibarra is] a highly regarded and ubiquitous fgure on New
York’s fertile downtown improvising scene.” – Modern Drummer

“Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe is an enduring voice in the US
underground, producing everything from math rock to ambient to
vocals in sci-f blockbuster Arrival.” – The Guardian

2xLP pressed on virgin vinyl and packaged in a gatefold
jacket with free download card.
A limited supply available on opaque lavender vinyl
Stunning artwork by Ooido Syoujou (who just did the artwork
In addition to her work in Boredoms and OOIOO, YoshimiO
recently released an album with her modern Indian raga
quartet SAICOBAB as the group’s vocalist, and has released
collaborative albums with Mats Gustafsson, Jim O’Rourke,
and Kim Gordon (ex-Sonic Youth)
Susie Ibarra is one of the most signifcant female
percussionists and composers of our time, known for her
work as a performer within contemporary, avant-garde, jazz,
classical, and world music
Ibarra has studied with free jazz greats Earl Buster Smith and
Milford Graves, as well as Philippine Kulintang gong-chime
music with Danongan Kalanduyan. Ibarra has received
a TED Fellowship, as well as an Asian Cultural Council
Rockefeller Fellowship for her work with indigenous tribes of
the Phillipines, and has worked with the likes of John Zorn,
Dave Douglas, Marc Ribot, Yuka Honda, and many more
Ibarra’s most recent album Perception was praised by the
New York Times
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe has recently contributed music to
the Jóhann Jóhannsson scored flms Sicario and Arrival,
and is curating an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and
Design in Manhattan
Lowe is also known for his work as Lichens and as a member
of Om. In September 2017 Lowe was featured on the cover
of The Wire Erhältlich ab 09.03.2018

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