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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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Sóley supports John Grant

Sóley plays lots of support gigs for John Grrant within the UK. Please see all the dates (and get tickets) here!

Jan 27, 2016

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Benoit Pioulard: Noyeaux EP

Benoît Pioulard has been following his very own path through the calm scenery of ambient, shoegaze and electronica for years. Following the release of “Sonnet” for Kranky, Mr. Meluch returns to Morr Music with four shimmeringly beautiful Ambient tracks. 

NOYEAUX is out today - the limited colored Vinyl can be ordered here and comes with an instant download. The whole thing is now streaming over at Spin Magazine.

Nov 6, 2015

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Don't Ever Listen?

Sóley's new EP 'Don't Ever Listen ' ships from Monday! It collects five intimate pieces that were originally recorded as demos for Sóley's recent album 'Ask The Deep'. Here, she shows her lo-fi & undoubtedly charming side: a piano ballad, minimalistic guitar melodies, that leave space for Sóley’s voice, and a The Knife cover. The instrumental minimalism leaves more room for Sóley's voice, which is often multiplied and manipulated in perfect symbiosis to her lyrics which revolve around themes of longing, fear and of course the occasional ghost. Get it now !

Oct 23, 2015

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Stream a track from Sóley's upcoming EP!

Following her album Ask The Deep, Sóley has announced a new EP called 'Don’t Ever Listen'. It  will collect five intimate pieces, that focus on Sóley's lo-fi, undoubtedly charming side. The title track is now premiered and streams via The Fader!

Sep 28, 2015

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Aloa Input's 'Vampire' gets a Video

...and you should watch it!

Sep 27, 2015

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Ms. John Soda: Loom

It took a while, but now LOOM - the new album by Ms. John Soda - is there. Get it from anost.net (with Instant download - initial vinyl copies on colored vinyl) and revisit the intricate balance of electronic and analog molecules, that are still undeniably Ms. John Soda!

Sep 24, 2015

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Sóley premieres video

Sóley's new video for 'Dreamers' from her recent album 'Ask the Deep' is finally here to watch !

Sep 5, 2015

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Fenster release 'Emocean'

Fenster's EMOCEAN is the soundtrack to an adventure sci-fi film created by and starring the band. The music is a swirling cosmos of richly varied post-psychedelia, transcending the boundaries of reality and traditional pop-records to join the ranks of other genre bending Music Films like Daft Punk's "Interstella 5555". The sounds here evoke a broad spectrum of parallel universes - from soothing surfy tidal cliffs to analog synth dungeons to interstellar purple-funk disco-techs. And then there's the vocal track Memories - a piece of 70s Dream Pop, that brings a bit of Ariel Pink and the smoothest bassline you'll find this year.

After Fenster have premiered the soundtrack last week at Berghain within the Pop-Kultur Festival, the record is now released. You can now order your CD/Vinyl copy from anost.net (it will come with an instant download** & initial orders get a lilac colored vinyl)!

And the movie trailer is here !

Sep 4, 2015

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