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  • Lea Porcelain – Hymns To The Night (Lea Porcelain Recordings)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Lea PorcelainDer Name Lea Porcelain geistert bereits seit einiger Zeit durch die Clubs, Blogs und Redaktionsräume diverser Musikzeitschriften. Was man im ersten Augenblick nicht ahnt ist, dass es sich bei dem Duo keineswegs um eine neues hippes UK-Export-Thema handelt (auch wenn die beiden Mitglieder bis vor kurzem in London wohnten), sondern die Band ihren Ursprung in Frankfurt am Main hat. Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Marcos Valle – Nova Bossa Nova (20th Anniversary) (180g LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1620787 2018, zum 60-jährigen Jubiläum des Bossa Nova, feiert Far Out Recordings gleichzeitig seine 20-jährige Zusammenarbeit mit dem brasilianischen Kult-Musiker Marcos Valle. Diese begann 1998 mit "Nova Bossa Nova", seiner damals ersten Album-Veröffentlichung nach über einer Dekade. Auf diesem Klassiker kombinierte Valle traditionelle Brazil- mit modernen, elektronischen Sounds und inspirierte so eine ganze nachfolgende Generation (Bebel Gilberto, Sabrina Malheiros, Da Lata, Bossacucanova). Die Reissue erscheint als Jewelcase CD mit 8-seitigem Booklet sowie als 180g Heavyweight Vinyl mit Download-Code. Erhältlich ab 28.09.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • Marcos Valle – Nova Bossa Nova (20th Anniversary)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1620786 2018, zum 60-jährigen Jubiläum des Bossa Nova, feiert Far Out Recordings gleichzeitig seine 20-jährige Zusammenarbeit mit dem brasilianischen Kult-Musiker Marcos Valle. Diese begann 1998 mit "Nova Bossa Nova", seiner damals ersten Album-Veröffentlichung nach über einer Dekade. Auf diesem Klassiker kombinierte Valle traditionelle Brazil- mit modernen, elektronischen Sounds und inspirierte so eine ganze nachfolgende Generation (Bebel Gilberto, Sabrina Malheiros, Da Lata, Bossacucanova). Die Reissue erscheint als Jewelcase CD mit 8-seitigem Booklet sowie als 180g Heavyweight Vinyl mit Download-Code. Erhältlich ab 28.09.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • Hugo Fattoruso – Hugo Fattoruso Y Barrio Opa

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1619401 Far Out Recordings präsentiert – nach einer 20-jährigen intensiven Suche – eine neue Arbeit der uruguayischen Fusion-Legende Hugo Fattoruso, dem Mastermind hinter der legendären 70er Jazz-Funk-Formation Opa, der u.a. von Flying Lotus und Madlib gesamplet wurde. Zusammen mit seinen Weltklasse-Musikern, darunter den Silva-Brüdern und ihrem Candombe-Drumming, entstand in den Sondor Studios in Montevideo unter seiner musikalischen Leitung das brandneue Werk “Barrio Opa”, eine organische Weiterentwicklung des legendären Opa-Sounds aus afro-uruguayischen Rhythmen, Jazz-Harmonien und prägnanter Funk-Attitüde. Erhältlich ab 06.07.2018

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  • Hugo Fattoruso – Hugo Fattoruso Y Barrio Opa (180g LP)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1619402 Far Out Recordings präsentiert – nach einer 20-jährigen intensiven Suche – eine neue Arbeit der uruguayischen Fusion-Legende Hugo Fattoruso, dem Mastermind hinter der legendären 70er Jazz-Funk-Formation Opa, der u.a. von Flying Lotus und Madlib gesamplet wurde. Zusammen mit seinen Weltklasse-Musikern, darunter den Silva-Brüdern und ihrem Candombe-Drumming, entstand in den Sondor Studios in Montevideo unter seiner musikalischen Leitung das brandneue Werk “Barrio Opa”, eine organische Weiterentwicklung des legendären Opa-Sounds aus afro-uruguayischen Rhythmen, Jazz-Harmonien und prägnanter Funk-Attitüde. Erhältlich ab 06.07.2018

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  • AD Bourke & Rotla (Raiders Of The Lost Arp) – Raw (Ron Trent Remix) (180g Vinyl)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1617479 Far Out Recordings präsentiert grandiosen Peaktime-Space-Funk vom italienischen Duo Ad Bourke & Rotla (Raiders Of The Lost Arp). “Raw”, der Titeltrack ihres kommenden Albums, erscheint auf 180g Vinyl inklusive eines Remixes des Chicagoer Deep House-Architekten Ron Trent. Erhältlich ab 16.02.2018

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  • Victor Assis Brasil – Esperanto (180g LP)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1616809 Far Out Recordings veröffentlicht einen zweiten Klassiker des grandiosen Saxofonisten Victor Assis Brasil aus dem Katalog des legendären 1960er Brazil-Labels Quartin: “Esperanto” entstand ebenfalls während den Sessions für das “Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim” Album und enthält fünf herausragende Deep-Jazz-Stücke, die 1976 das Licht der Welt erblickten. 180g Vinyl. Erhältlich ab 16.02.2018

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  • Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo Vice Versa – Viajando Com O Som (Lost ’76 Studio Session)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1611913 Der 200. Far Out Recordings-Release ist ein ganz besonderes Bonbon, nämlich das verschollene Album des legendären brasilianischen Musikers, Komponisten und Arrangeurs Hermeto Pascoal, den Miles Davis einst als “the most impressive musician in the world” bezeichnete. Die Sessions fanden mit erstklassigen Studiomusikern an zwei Tagen 1976 in den Vice Versa-Studios in Sao Paolo statt. Die nun wiedergefundenen Originalbänder wurden sorgfältig restauriert, so dass einer der wertvollsten Momente der brasilianischen Musikgeschichte endlich das Licht der Welt erblicken kann.

    Credits: Hermeto Pascoal: Electric Piano, Flute, Voice / Lelo Nazario: Electric Piano / Nivaldo Ornelas: Tenor Sax, Flute / Mauro Senise: Saxophones, Flute / Raul Mascarenhas: Saxophones, Flute / Toninho Horta: Guitar / Zeca Assumpção: Bass / Zé Eduardo Nazario: Drums, Percussion, Voice, Bamboo Harmonic Flute solo on “Natal” / Aleuda Chaves: Vocals

    Produced by Hermeto Pascoal. Recorded at Vice-Versa Studio, São Paulo. Engineered by Renato Viola. Mixed by Hermeto Pascoal, Lelo Nazario, Zé Eduardo. Mastered by Pete Norman at Finyl Tweek. Erhältlich ab 24.11.2017

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  • Victor Assis Brasil – Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim (Ltd. 180g Deluxe LP)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1608108 Nach José Mauros Klassiker “Obnoxius” (1970) veröffentlicht Far Out Recordings einen zweiten Meilenstein aus dem Katalog des legendären 1960’er Brazil-Labels Quartin: Der grandiose Saxofonist Victor Assis Brasil interpretiert Kompositionen des unsterblichen Antonio Carlos Jobim in seinem unverwechselbaren Deep-Jazz-Style. Das Originalalbum aus 1970 erscheint noch einmal als limitierte Heavyweight-Deluxe-LP mit OBI-Strip. Erhältlich ab 24.02.2017

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  • Itibere Orquestra Familia – Pedra Do Espia (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1621892 “Incredible record, outstanding actually” - Gilles Peterson

    Itiberê Zwarg is an award-winning Brazilian bassist and the longest-serving member of Hermeto Pascoal’s ground-breaking ensemble ‘O Grupo’. Since their first meeting in 1977, the two have been closely collaborating to create a unique musical language: a genre-defying polyharmonic, polyrhythmic music, now widely studied by musicians and musicologists alike, known as ‘Universal Music’.

    Back in 2001, Itiberê led a workshop at Villa Lobos School of Music, with twenty-nine of Rio de Janeiro’s most exceptionally talented young musicians. Employing the principles of Universal Music alongside his long-held belief in the powers of listening and intuition, Itiberê composed and arranged in real time, transcribing the improvisations of the prodigious orchestra while allowing the players total freedom to experiment. The result was Pedra do Espia, an Amazonian orchestral masterpiece which is as difficult to categorise as it is fun to listen to.

    Named after the beachside viewing point which translates as ‘Spy’s Rock’, where Itiberê would sit as a child, daydreaming and gazing out over the Brazilian coast, the record harnesses the pure creativity of youth and nature, creating a magical sense of innocence amongst the striking compositions and astonishing musicianship.

    On the original liner notes from the 2001 CD release, Itiberê guarantees the record to be “surprising in its uniqueness, it’s harmonic richness, it’s exuberant melodies and rhythmic variations like nothing heard before.” Bringing the album to vinyl for the first time, alongside a full 16 track CD and digital release, Far Out Recordings are honoured to present this overlooked masterpiece from one of the greatest minds in Brazilian instrumental music.

    “Itiberê Zwarg Orquestra Família make universal music. This family has fallen from the sky. Their music is excellent, a treasure chest full of harmonic, rhythmic and melodic jewels. The name Itiberê Zwarg Orquestra Família exists because they are a family, united by music and the father they share in Itiberê. His children of sound play better than adults. This was exactly the time for a sound like this to appear. I, Hermeto Pascoal, do not mess around, music is my religion. That’s why I say this.” - Hermeto Pascoal

    Credits

    Ajurina Zwarg (Drums, Percussion, Harmonica) | Aline Goncalves (Flute, Piccolo, Bass Flute, Clarinet, Recorder) | Ana Leticia (Cymbals, Pandeiro, Triangle, Vibraphone, Xilophone, Agogo, Surdo) | Bernardo Ramos (Electric Guitar) | Bruno Aguilar (Electric Bass) | Cristiano Nascimento (Viola Caipira, Classical Guitar, Mandolin) | Georgia Camara (Drums, Percussion) | Glaucia Aguiar (Classical Guitar) | Isadora Scheer (Violin) | Itiberê Zwarg (Electric and Acoustic Bass, Cymbals, Melodica, Keyboard, Agogo, Cavaquinho, voice) | Joana de Castro (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet) | João Bittencourt (Piano, Keyboard, Fender Rhodes, Melodica) | Leticia Malvares (Flute) | Luanda Bem (Clarinet) | Luciano Camara (Acoustic & Electric Guitar) | Mayo Pamplona (Acoustic & Electric Double Bass) | Maria Carolina (Flute) | Maria Clara (Cello) | Mariana Bernardes (Voice, Cavaquinho, Zabumba) | Miguel Martins (Guitar, Mandolin, Cavaquinho) | Mingo Leahy (Drums, Percussion) | Pedro Albuquerque (Acoustic Bass) | Pedro Araujo (Cello) | Pedro Christiano (Electric Bass) | Pedro Paulo Junior (Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Mellophone) | Renata Neves (Violin) | Roberto Rutigliano (Drums, Agogo, Block, Triangle) | Sidney Herszage (Tenor & Soprano Saxophone, Flute) | Tomaz Lemos (Electric Guitar) | Vitor Goncalves (Piano, Sax, Melodica) | Vitor Medeiros (Saxophone)

    All compositions and arrangements by Itiberê Zwarg (Except "17 de Janeiro" by Hermeto Pascoal, arranged here by Itiberê Zwarg) | Artistic Production: Itiberê Zwarg | Executive Producer: Vitor Hugo Jardini | Assistant Producer: Teresa Faria | Sound technicians: Eduardo Costa, Paulo Brandao, Vanius Marques & Eber Pinheiro | Mixed by: Paulo Brandao | Mastered by: Ricardo Garcia (Studio Meg Master) | Recorded and mixed in Studio JAM, Barra de Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, in January, February, March & April 2001

    Vinyl:
    A1.Na Carioca
    A2.17 De Janeiro
    A3.Forro no Encontro dos Rios
    A4.No Varál
    A5.Vale de Luz
    B1.Bota Para Quebrar
    B2. Doce
    B3. Muito Natural
    B4. Ao Pé da Lareira Erhältlich ab 23.11.2018 Getaggt mit:
  • Itibere Orquestra Familia – Pedra Do Espia (2CD)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1621893 “Incredible record, outstanding actually” - Gilles Peterson

    Itiberê Zwarg is an award-winning Brazilian bassist and the longest-serving member of Hermeto Pascoal’s ground-breaking ensemble ‘O Grupo’. Since their first meeting in 1977, the two have been closely collaborating to create a unique musical language: a genre-defying polyharmonic, polyrhythmic music, now widely studied by musicians and musicologists alike, known as ‘Universal Music’.

    Back in 2001, Itiberê led a workshop at Villa Lobos School of Music, with twenty-nine of Rio de Janeiro’s most exceptionally talented young musicians. Employing the principles of Universal Music alongside his long-held belief in the powers of listening and intuition, Itiberê composed and arranged in real time, transcribing the improvisations of the prodigious orchestra while allowing the players total freedom to experiment. The result was Pedra do Espia, an Amazonian orchestral masterpiece which is as difficult to categorise as it is fun to listen to.

    Named after the beachside viewing point which translates as ‘Spy’s Rock’, where Itiberê would sit as a child, daydreaming and gazing out over the Brazilian coast, the record harnesses the pure creativity of youth and nature, creating a magical sense of innocence amongst the striking compositions and astonishing musicianship.

    On the original liner notes from the 2001 CD release, Itiberê guarantees the record to be “surprising in its uniqueness, it’s harmonic richness, it’s exuberant melodies and rhythmic variations like nothing heard before.” Bringing the album to vinyl for the first time, alongside a full 16 track CD and digital release, Far Out Recordings are honoured to present this overlooked masterpiece from one of the greatest minds in Brazilian instrumental music.

    “Itiberê Zwarg Orquestra Família make universal music. This family has fallen from the sky. Their music is excellent, a treasure chest full of harmonic, rhythmic and melodic jewels. The name Itiberê Zwarg Orquestra Família exists because they are a family, united by music and the father they share in Itiberê. His children of sound play better than adults. This was exactly the time for a sound like this to appear. I, Hermeto Pascoal, do not mess around, music is my religion. That’s why I say this.” - Hermeto Pascoal

    Credits

    Ajurina Zwarg (Drums, Percussion, Harmonica) | Aline Goncalves (Flute, Piccolo, Bass Flute, Clarinet, Recorder) | Ana Leticia (Cymbals, Pandeiro, Triangle, Vibraphone, Xilophone, Agogo, Surdo) | Bernardo Ramos (Electric Guitar) | Bruno Aguilar (Electric Bass) | Cristiano Nascimento (Viola Caipira, Classical Guitar, Mandolin) | Georgia Camara (Drums, Percussion) | Glaucia Aguiar (Classical Guitar) | Isadora Scheer (Violin) | Itiberê Zwarg (Electric and Acoustic Bass, Cymbals, Melodica, Keyboard, Agogo, Cavaquinho, voice) | Joana de Castro (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet) | João Bittencourt (Piano, Keyboard, Fender Rhodes, Melodica) | Leticia Malvares (Flute) | Luanda Bem (Clarinet) | Luciano Camara (Acoustic & Electric Guitar) | Mayo Pamplona (Acoustic & Electric Double Bass) | Maria Carolina (Flute) | Maria Clara (Cello) | Mariana Bernardes (Voice, Cavaquinho, Zabumba) | Miguel Martins (Guitar, Mandolin, Cavaquinho) | Mingo Leahy (Drums, Percussion) | Pedro Albuquerque (Acoustic Bass) | Pedro Araujo (Cello) | Pedro Christiano (Electric Bass) | Pedro Paulo Junior (Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Mellophone) | Renata Neves (Violin) | Roberto Rutigliano (Drums, Agogo, Block, Triangle) | Sidney Herszage (Tenor & Soprano Saxophone, Flute) | Tomaz Lemos (Electric Guitar) | Vitor Goncalves (Piano, Sax, Melodica) | Vitor Medeiros (Saxophone)

    All compositions and arrangements by Itiberê Zwarg (Except "17 de Janeiro" by Hermeto Pascoal, arranged here by Itiberê Zwarg) | Artistic Production: Itiberê Zwarg | Executive Producer: Vitor Hugo Jardini | Assistant Producer: Teresa Faria | Sound technicians: Eduardo Costa, Paulo Brandao, Vanius Marques & Eber Pinheiro | Mixed by: Paulo Brandao | Mastered by: Ricardo Garcia (Studio Meg Master) | Recorded and mixed in Studio JAM, Barra de Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, in January, February, March & April 2001

    CD 1:
    1. Na Carioca
    2. Bota Para Quebrar
    3. De Coração Aberto
    4. Forró No Encontro Dos Rios
    5. Curupira
    6. Arco-iris de Som
    7. No Varal
    8. Toada Cigana

    CD 2:
    1. Doce
    2. Vale de Luz
    3. De Repente
    4. Muito Natural
    5. Ao Pé Da Lareira
    6. Hora Da Prece
    7. 17 de Janeiro
    8. Pedra Do Espi

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  • Colleen – A Flame My Love, A Frequency (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1611830 French multi-instrumentalist Colleen (Cécile Schott) is fearless in her willingness
    to explore new sounds and new ways of creating music as a solo performer. On
    her new album A ?ame my love, a frequency, she introduces the most drastic
    change to her music since she began singing on her fourth album, setting aside
    the viola da gamba she is known for in exchange for all electronic instrumentation
    – Moog pedals and Critter and Guitari synthesizers.
    Words used to describe her muse Arthur Russell are equally applicable to Colleen.
    Schott’s compositions can be in turn pop or experimental, vocal or instrumental,
    and acoustic or electronic. She has drawn on the baroque sounds of a classical
    instrument using the most modern pedals and looping techniques. Shape shifting
    as she does, the pieces are always distinctly her strong and utterly unique musical
    voice. A constant across Colleen’s albums are delicate extended melodies, minutely
    detailed soundscapes, and explorative unbounded compositions. Colleen’s work is
    a direct result of her core belief that in order to keep growing as an artist, you need
    to continue to be willing to experiment and to embrace drastic changes.
    The music of A ?ame my love, a frequency is the closest Colleen has come to a
    concept album, a re?ection upon one year in her life that began in the Autumn of
    2015. The album‘s central theme is the inescapable fact that life and death always
    walk hand in hand. Schott is an avid bird watcher and her home and studio on the
    coast of Spain allow for frequent trips out into the wilds. As any naturalist knows,
    extreme beauty and vitality go hand in hand with brutality. This symbiosis was made
    more personal when, on the way back from visiting a very ill relative in France, she
    decided to spend the night in her former home of Paris in order to take her viola
    bow for repair at a luthier in the Republique area. It was late afternoon and she
    remembers the beauty of Paris and people sitting and enjoying the cafés. That was
    November 13th and a mere 4 hours later these very same cafés were the scene of
    utter terror and death.
    A few weeks after the events, Colleen started composing the songs that make up the
    album. She recorded each song live with minimal edits and vocals were recorded
    without overdubs, creating a symbiosis between the machine and the performer
    that mirrors the album’s core concept. The personal narrative of the year in
    question yields a more vulnerable sound than any previous recordings by Colleen.
    “Separating” is an emotional response to being overwhelmed by the inevitability of
    death. Feelings of fear are never far from feelings of joy as they are in “Winter dawn”
    with its propulsive thump and ominous lyrics “I came home with a fstful of fear,”
    that manage to shift towards hope with “Love alone is your home.” Joy and hope are
    strongly present throughout the album, the catalyst that lifts us out of the darkness
    as inevitably as night to day. We are shown the wonderment of “Another world,”
    and through the metaphors of light, shown joy as in the title track. A ?ame my love,
    a frequency is an album that fnds optimism in the face of tribulation, a meditation
    on humanity’s ability to prevail. It is a beautiful, complex album by a singular and
    remarkable musician.

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. November
    2. Separating
    3. Another world
    4. Winter dawn
    5. Summer night (Bat Song)
    6. The stars vs creatures
    7. One warm spark
    8. A fame my love,a frequency

    SALES POINTS
    Colleen has been praised by Pitchfork, Uncut, Mojo, The
    Wire, Magnet, FACT, Stereogum, The New York Times,
    Exclaim, Relix, Resident Advisor, Paste, The Quietus, and
    more
    Colleen will tour extensively with her completely
    reconfgured synthesizer setup, including sets at
    Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art and PhilaMOCA in
    Philadelphia
    Colleen performed earlier this year at Moogfest where she
    also held a workshop explaining her pedal techniques.
    Moog has partnered with Thrill Jockey to help promote the
    album and host Colleen at their factory
    Features for the new album already confrmed with Magnet,
    Resident Advisor, and XLR8R in addition to a Dublab studio
    session
    LP pressed on virgin vinyl with artworked inner sleeve and
    free download coupon. A very limited supply pressed on
    white vinyl. CD version in mini-LP style gatefold
    Colleen has performed high profle in-studio sessions for
    both Seattle’s KEXP and New York’s WNYC
    Colleen’s 2015 album Captain of None was featured on
    countless end of year lists including NPR Music, BBC
    6 Music, The Quietus, Uncut, Bleep, and Vinyl Factory
    “Exquisite, precise music made of unlikely inputs…The
    result is like a heart that pumps blood and also data.” – New
    York Times
    “It is a wondrous concoction, simultaneously ancient and
    modern, brought together by technology and the ear of a
    woman who unites epochs.” – NPR Music
    “carves out and inhabits a persuasively exotic world of echo
    that invites total immersion.” – Mojo (4/5) Erhältlich ab 03.11.2017

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