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  • Villagers – The Art Of Pretending To Swim (Domino Records)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Villagers“The Art Of Pretending To Swim” ist das vierte Villagers Album: vielschichtig, facettenreich und lebensbejahend wie selten zuvor! Nach der zurückgenommenen, intimen Atmosphäre des Vorgängers “Darling Arythmetic” (2015), auf dem sich die zeitlosen Singles “Courage” und “Everything I Am Is Yours” befanden, verfolgt das neue Album ein vielschichtigeres, facettenreicheres Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Auf Domino Records erscheint das neue Villagers Album “The Art Of Pretending To Swim”

    Sektion: News

    Villagers“The Art Of Pretending To Swim” ist das vierte Villagers Album: vielschichtig, facettenreich und lebensbejahend wie selten zuvor! Nach der zurückgenommenen, intimen Atmosphäre des Vorgängers “Darling Arythmetic” (2015), auf dem sich die zeitlosen Singles “Courage” und “Everything I Am Is Yours” befanden, verfolgt das neue Album Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Lycoriscoris – Flight

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1619150 Tokyos Yunosuke Senoo alias Lycoriscoris präsentiert “Flight”, sein erstes Album, das auf dem renommierten britschen Anjunadeep Label von Above & Beyond erscheint. In den letzten Jahren hat sich Lycoriscoris einen Ruf als einer von Japans aufregendsten jungen Produzenten erspielt, der zwei Alben auf dem lokalen Indie-Label Moph Records veröffentlicht hat und live neben Acts wie The Field und Mortiz Von Oswald in Tokio spielte. Er veröffentlichte zuvor durch Unterstützung von DJ Koze und Michael Mayer seine “Transient EP” auf dem Kompakt-Sublabel KX im Jahr 2015. Mit Einflüssen wie den verträumten Soundlandschaften von Boards Of Canada bis zum Jazz Glitch von Shigeto ist Senoos Sound eine subtile Mischung aus organischen Melodien und futuristischer Elektronik. Erhältlich ab 20.07.2018

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  • Brokeback – Illinois River Valley Blues (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1607954 A sense of place has been essential to the music of Brokeback since guitarist/bassist
    Douglas McCombs frst launched the project in 1995. Initially conceived as a solo
    outlet, the Chicago group has taken on new dimensions over the past two decades,
    morphing from the lean, pastoral ambience of the frst album, Field Recordings
    from the Cook County Water Table, to the more muscular, taut arrangements
    and dynamic swells of the last release, Brokeback and the Black Rock, for which
    McCombs assembled a new quartet lineup. Each album develops with exacting
    detail, revealing McCombs’s gift for dialing in the essence of a mood, feeling, or
    distant locale with a handful of reverb-laden guitar tones, elegant and sustained,
    strategically placed and sparingly deployed. The instrumental landscapes he creates
    on Illinois River Valley Blues are utterly transportive, evoking familiar open-frontier
    soundtracks and charting out new sonic territory.
    McCombs’s singular approach to guitar and bass, characteristic of his work with
    Tortoise, is expertly enhanced here by James Elkington (Tweedy, Steve Gunn) on
    second guitar (moving over from drums on the last record). The two salute one of
    McCombs’s favorite bands, Television, with latticed dual leads on the stately yet
    aggressive “On the Move and Vanishing,” while Elkington’s subtle layers of pedal
    steel and organ burnish more ruminative forays like “Andalusia, IL” and “Ursula.”
    Their intertwining ?ights are anchored by the sturdy yet versatile rhythm team of
    bassist Pete Croke (Exit Verse, Tight Phantomz) and drummer Areif Sless-Kitain
    (the Eternals), the newest member of Brokeback.
    Thematically this is McCombs’s most personal offering yet, re?ecting on his early
    years growing up along the Illinois River corridor between Peoria and Chicago.
    Though the inspiration is McCombs’s, the execution is wholly a group effort. With
    the same instrumentation and mostly the same lineup as the previous album, the
    band stretches its leader’s eternal fascination with the roots of American guitar
    music in bold new directions. A serpentine mystique runs through “Rise, Fernanda,
    Rise!,” and “Cairo Levee” conjures a desert atmosphere closer to the Sahara than
    the American southwest. Side one of the album closes with a moody, meditative
    take on “Spanish Venus,” a ballad written by cornetist and sometime Brokeback
    collaborator Rob Mazurek (Chicago Underground, Exploding Star Orchestra). “I
    could hear Brokeback doing the tune from the moment I heard him workshopping
    it with Pulsar Quartet at a little cocktail bar in Logan Square,” says McCombs.
    Several songs feature lush, multi-layered vocals by Amalea Tshilds (the Paulina
    Hollers), who made a deep impression on McCombs with a spellbinding a cappella
    performance a couple years ago. “I often imagine female vocals on Brokeback
    records, but I wanted it to be someone that I have personal history with, someone
    who can nail it, not to mention someone who I know digs the music,” he says.
    “That’s why Mary Hansen (Stereolab) sang on all those earlier records and why I
    wanted Lea for this.”
    Illinois River Valley Blues is a winding, wistful travelogue that not only captures
    darker textures but mines their depths. That’s been part of McCombs’s vision for
    Brokeback from the start: “To me a song is not worth writing if it doesn’t have a
    strong sense of melancholy,” he says

    TRACK LISTING:
    1. Ride Ahead and Light
    the Way For Me
    2. Cairo Levee
    3. The Canyons of Illinois
    4. Andalusia, IL
    5. Spanish Venus
    6. On the Move and Vanishing
    7. Rise, Fernanda, Rise!
    8. Ursula
    9. The Strollers’ Memorial
    10. Night Falls on Chillicothe

    SALES POINTS
    Brokeback is the longstanding project of Douglas McCombs.
    McCombs is a member of Tortoise, Eleventh Dream Day, The
    Sea and Cake, and Pullman, and has worked with Tom Ze,
    Azita Youseff, Will Oldham, Calexico and Yo La Tengo
    The current Brokeback quartet lineup features McCombs
    joined by James Elkington (Tweedy, Steve Gunn), Pete
    Croke (Exit Verse, Tight Phantomz), and Areif Sless-Kitain
    (The Eternals)
    Illinois River Valley Blues was produced by John McEntire
    (Stereolab, Yo La Tengo)
    Album photography by Sam Prekop (The Sea and Cake)
    Brokeback will tour extensively throughout the year
    The album features guest vocals from Amalea Tshilds (the
    Paulina Hollers) and a cover of a Rob Mazurek written ballad
    (Chicago Underground, Exploding Star Orchestra)
    “for anyone who appreciates an outstanding rhythm section
    pushing interesting song structures, topped with emotionrich storytelling that’s done through a guitar”
    – Premier Guitar
    “… at its center it’s all ragged glory, guys banging out riffs
    and solos, a clear-cut delve into the rock frmament. You can
    practically feel the band members blowing the dust off their
    old plaid shirts and cracking open a six pack” – Pitchfork Erhältlich ab 24.02.2017

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