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Slow Steve debut 'Adventures' released!

'Adventures' is the debut album by Ex-Fenster member Rémi Letournelle. His shimmering indie pop is filled with playful guitars & bubbling vintage synths. Think of Ariel Pink, John Maus, early Future Islands, old Krautrock luminaries or even Arthur Russell - a whole school of alternative pop music that Rémi is very likely to join. 'Adventures' is more than just an application.

A video for 'Sloth' has been released already. "Adventures" is OUT NOW on LP/CD and digital via iTunes / Apple Music.

May 9, 2016

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Mikael Lind releases debut EP

"Intentions and Variations" is Mikael Lind's debut EP for Morr Music. It's an ambient work, completely absent of beats, filled with soundscapes and sound manipulation. This weightless music will may make you think of Christopher Bissonette, Deaf Center or Stephen Mathieu.

"Intentions and Variations" is OUT NOW on Vinyl (comes with Instant Download) and digital!

Apr 8, 2016

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Sequoyah Tiger drops debut EP

Sequoyah Tiger just dropped her debut for Morr Music! Taking cues from traditional genres as much as from contemporary experimental Pop, her EP is streaming now via earmilk. Get your vinyl copy, that comes with an instant download in the format of your choice from anost.net.

Mar 30, 2016

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Watch Masha Qrella's new video for Keys, directed by Diana Naecke!

Mar 29, 2016

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Masha Qrella: New Album!

"Keys" shows Masha Qrella elegantly fusing disco-pop and songwriting, walking a fine line between laconic coolness and passionate uptempo melancholia. There is a new straightforwardness & Masha puts more emphasis on her voice and songwriting. Every single song on "Keys" shows an immediate and open-hearted quality. With this record, Masha Qrella creates a very distinct version of pop music, subtly reminding you of her love for Elliott Smith, Neil Young or Metronomy, but always staying true to herself. Join her on this emotional dancefloor.

Keys is out now. Order your copy from anost.net.

Mar 24, 2016

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New video from Masha Qrella

Masha Qrella has a new album coming up by the end of the month & you can now watch a video for her first single!

Mar 15, 2016

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Introducing: Mikael Lind

"Intentions and Variations" is the first track of Mikael Lind's upcoming debut EP for Morr Music (out: April, 8th). Lind's ambient work to date, absent of beats, filled with soundscapes and sound manipulation. Weightless music that will may make you think of Christopher Bissonette, Deaf Center or Stephen Mathieu. Listen to the title track here. You can pre-order a vinyl copy now via anost.net (comes with download).

Mar 1, 2016

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Introducing Sequoyah Tiger

We're happy to welcome Sequoyah Tiger to the label family. A project by Leila Gharib from Verona, which takes cues from traditional genres as much as from contemporary experimental Pop. Her debut EP is coming very soon, meanwhile get the taste and watch Sequoyah Tiger's new Video for 'Hey Paul Anka' here.

Feb 17, 2016

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Iggy Pop, Alva Noto & Tarwater: New EP!

That's right: Iggy Pop, Alva Noto & Tarwater drop a Vinyl-only EP on Morr Music. Each of the seven featured tracks on "Leaves Of Grass" scores a poem by American wordsmith Walt Whitman. Iggy Pop contributes spoken word recordings, while Tarwater and alva noto create the music. There won't be a digital or CD version. You can purchase one of the limited copies here & now.

Jan 28, 2016

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Fenster playing 'Emocean'

Fenster are playing Europe. There will be some special events: Last autumn Fenster presented their very own B-Movie 'Emocean'. During the screening, the band was playing the soundtrack live on stage. Now they will do exactly that again on 22 occasions in Europe. Don't miss this. Dates and Tickets: This way.

Picture by Adéral Piot

Jan 27, 2016

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