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  • Lustre – Another Time, Another Place (Chapter One)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1624031 "Another Time, Another Place (Chapter One)" ist das erste von zwei Compilation-Alben mit der lang erwarteten, noch nie zuvor veröffentlichten EP "The Ardour of Autumn" von 2013 sowie der EP "Welcome Winter" von 2009. Die beiden EPs wurden speziell ausgewählt, um den Übergang der Herbstsaison zum Winter darzustellen. Mit vier Tracks, mit einer Gesamtspielzeit von insgesamt etwa 40 Minuten, besteht (Chapter One) aus sehr begehrten Aufnahmen der umfangreichen Diskographie der Ambient Black Metal-Pioniere LUSTRE. Erhältlich ab 29.03.2019 Getaggt mit:
  • Lustre – Another Time, Another Place (Chapter Two)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1624032 "Another Time, Another Place (Chapter Two)" ist das zweite von zwei Sammelalben mit der allerersten LUSTRE EP "Serenity" von 2008 sowie der 2013 veröffentlichten EP "A Spark of Times of Old".


    Die beiden EPs dieser Veröffentlichung wurden speziell ausgewählt, um den dunkleren Klang der Vergangenheit von LUSTRE darzustellen. Mit drei Tracks mit insgesamt etwa 40 Minuten Laufzeit enthält (Chapter Two)" zwei der wichtigsten frühen Werke des schwedischen Ausnahmekünstlers Nachtzeit. Erhältlich ab 29.03.2019 Getaggt mit:
  • Michael Nau – Some Twist (Full Time Hobby)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Michael NauAufgepasst, ihr Michael Nau Fans: Mitte Juni erscheint Michael Naus Debüt-Nachfolger “Some Twist”. Und was uns dort erwartet, fühlt sich an wie eine Frühlingsbrise unter Van Dyke Parks Hawaiihemd. Michael Naus Songwriting ist unprätentiös, lose-gestrickt und pendelt professionell zwischen Halftime-Lazyness und absoluter Entschleunigung. Und so ist “Some Twist” eine Kollektion brillanter Pop-Skizzen, bei denen immer Kompletter Artikel →

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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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  • Michael Nau – Mowing (Full Time Hobby)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Michael NauDas Londoner Label Full Time Hobby hat Zuwachs bekommen: Der appalachische Singer/Songwriter Michael Nau gehört nun zur Label-Familie und kündigt sein Album “Mowing” für den 18. November an. Angenehm staubig, warm aber auch schräg-folkig klingt “Mowing” und passt bestens zwischen die Klassiker von Lee Hazelwood, Scott Walker und Brian Wilson. Ein perfektes Album für einen schönen faulen Sonntag Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Nick Waterhouse – Never Twice (Innovative Leisure)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Nick WaterhouseNick Waterhouse, der R&B-Revivalist aus Kalifornien, kehrt mit seinem dritten Album “Never Twice” zurück. Auf “Never Twice” arbeitete Nick Waterhouse wieder mit seinem alten kreativen Partner Michael McHugh (Black Lips, Ty Segall, Allah-Las) zusammen. McHugh war eine Legende in der oft unterschätzten Musikszene von Orange County, in der Nick groß wurde. Um die Energie ihrer Jugend in der Szene von Huntington Beach Kompletter Artikel →

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  • New Order – New Order + Liam Gillick: So It Goes… (Mute)

    Sektion: Highlights

    New OrderIm Sommer 2017 kehrten New Order auf die Bühne der Old Granada Studios in Manchester zurück, wo Joy Division 1978 ihr Fernsehdebüt bei der britischen Musiksendung “So It Goes” gegeben hatten. Für die gefeierten Shows überdachten, de- und rekonstruierten New Order eine Fülle an Material, das sie im Laufe ihrer Karriere ersonnen haben: Vertrautes und Randständiges, Altes und Neues. Kompletter Artikel →

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  • New Order

    Sektion: Features

    New OrderIm Sommer 2017 kehrten New Order auf die Bühne der Old Granada Studios in Manchester zurück, wo Joy Division 1978 ihr Fernsehdebüt bei der britischen Musiksendung “So It Goes” gegeben hatten. Für die gefeierten Shows überdachten, de- und rekonstruierten New Order eine Fülle an Material, das sie im Laufe ihrer Karriere ersonnen haben: Vertrautes und Randständiges, Altes und Neues. Die Live-Show entstand in Zusammenarbeit mit dem bildenden Künstler Liam Gillick, der bereits Einzelausstellungen an Orten wie der Tate Britain und dem MoMA in New York gezeigt hat, und wurde unter Kompletter Artikel →

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  • New Order melden sich mit einem neuen Live-Album zurück

    Sektion: News

    New OrderIm Sommer 2017 kehrten New Order auf die Bühne der Old Granada Studios in Manchester zurück, wo Joy Division 1978 ihr Fernsehdebüt bei der britischen Musiksendung “So It Goes” gegeben hatten. Für die gefeierten Shows überdachten, de- und rekonstruierten New Order eine Fülle an Material, das sie im Laufe ihrer Karriere ersonnen haben: Vertrautes und Randständiges, Altes und Neues. Die Live-Show entstand in Zusammenarbeit mit dem bildenden Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Armin Van Buuren – A State Of Trance 2019 (Armada)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Armin Van BuurenHier kommt die Hauptausgabe im “A State Of Trance” Jahr 2019! Von progressiven Melodien über himmlische Vocals bis zu markanten Drops, Trance Music kann Hörer und Tänzer in immer höhere Sphären heben. Und mit der brandneuen “A State Of Trance 2019” Ausgabe kommt auch direkt das Jahres-Highlight dieser Erfolgsserie: die 40 stärksten Tracks der Saison, zur Perfektion gemixt von Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Petrol Girls – Cut & Stitch (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1651347 Cut & Stitch is a patchwork of different sounds, ideas and feelings. It’s the most experimental record we’ve made so far, both musically and lyrically. Cutting and stitching is a process that can go on indefinitely - stitches are easily unpicked, new shapes can be cut, everything can be rearranged. We cut our patches off of old clothes and sew them onto something else. Continuity is an idea that underpins the record, from ‘the sound does not arrive’ to ‘we’re not finished, we never fucking will be.’ This follows on from the sentiment of our last EP, ‘The Future is Dark.’ Political change is a slow, complicated process that’s often only partly visible with hindsight. Making change is a constant collective process that never stops. Its probably impossible for us to see our place within it or to know what consequences our actions will have. It isn’t as simple or hopeless as straightforward victories and failures.
    Feminism has become more of an overall approach than an obvious topic, seeping into the way we think about everything from the environment to mental health. We’ve also started to think more about what feminism means for men, given that half of the band are men, and explore the perspective of a man struggling with expressing his emotions in ‘Talk in Tongues.’
    The majority of the lyrics were written in the studio. I was having a difficult time, unsure about where to live after we finished the record, and burnt out from a tough year of personal and legal challenges. Something that I’ve reluctantly allowed feminism to teach me is that we have to tend to our own wounds, and that sometimes being vulnerable is just as radical as being angry - it certainly scares me a lot more. Rage on its own isn’t sustainable. We hope this is a more honest and human record.

    SIDE 1
    1. Intro
    2. The Sound
    3. Tangle Of Lives
    4. Interlude (Q&A)
    5. Big Mouth
    6. Interlude (Looming)
    7. Monstrous
    8. No Love For A Nation
    9. Skye
    10. Burn
    11. Talk In Tongues
    12. Interlude (They Say)
    13. Rootless
    14. Weather Warning
    15. Naive

    "The Sound" (Video)
    https://youtu.be/oXNIzL1eXcA Erhältlich ab 24.05.2019 Getaggt mit:
  • Petrol Girls – Cut & Stitch (Ltd. Transparent Green LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1651346 Cut & Stitch is a patchwork of different sounds, ideas and feelings. It’s the most experimental record we’ve made so far, both musically and lyrically. Cutting and stitching is a process that can go on indefinitely - stitches are easily unpicked, new shapes can be cut, everything can be rearranged. We cut our patches off of old clothes and sew them onto something else. Continuity is an idea that underpins the record, from ‘the sound does not arrive’ to ‘we’re not finished, we never fucking will be.’ This follows on from the sentiment of our last EP, ‘The Future is Dark.’ Political change is a slow, complicated process that’s often only partly visible with hindsight. Making change is a constant collective process that never stops. Its probably impossible for us to see our place within it or to know what consequences our actions will have. It isn’t as simple or hopeless as straightforward victories and failures.
    Feminism has become more of an overall approach than an obvious topic, seeping into the way we think about everything from the environment to mental health. We’ve also started to think more about what feminism means for men, given that half of the band are men, and explore the perspective of a man struggling with expressing his emotions in ‘Talk in Tongues.’
    The majority of the lyrics were written in the studio. I was having a difficult time, unsure about where to live after we finished the record, and burnt out from a tough year of personal and legal challenges. Something that I’ve reluctantly allowed feminism to teach me is that we have to tend to our own wounds, and that sometimes being vulnerable is just as radical as being angry - it certainly scares me a lot more. Rage on its own isn’t sustainable. We hope this is a more honest and human record.

    SIDE 1
    1. Intro
    2. The Sound
    3. Tangle Of Lives
    4. Interlude (Q&A)
    5. Big Mouth
    6. Interlude (Looming)
    7. Monstrous
    8. No Love For A Nation
    9. Skye
    10. Burn
    11. Talk In Tongues
    12. Interlude (They Say)
    13. Rootless
    14. Weather Warning
    15. Naive

    "The Sound" (Video)
    https://youtu.be/oXNIzL1eXcA Erhältlich ab 24.05.2019 Getaggt mit:

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