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Sóley Stream:

The anticipated new Sóley album "Endless Summer" is streaming now up on Gold Flake Paint! The record comes out this Friday, 5. May. 

May 2, 2017


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Sóley announces new album & shares single!

Sóley is set to release her 3rd full-length on May 5th via Morr Music. Endless Summer sees the acclaimed musician from Iceland explore the more optimistic, sun-drenched corners of her songwriting. From the heavy organs, synths, and minor keys of her last album, 'Endless Summer' emerges with a kind of hopeful sweetness,

Sóley just shared the 1st single 'Never Cry Moon' – listen, enjoy, share on YouTube or Spotify, or get in on iTunes!

Feb 14, 2017


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Rayon: Album Stream

The 2nd album by Rayon, the instrumental project by Notwist singer Markus Acher, will see the light of the day next Friday – but you can now stream the whole record via A.V. Club. Physical copies ship through now, where you will instantly get access to download 'A Beat Of Silence'. For those in Berlin: A special record release show will be at Radialsystem on November, 20th. Get a ticket here.

Nov 4, 2016


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ISAN: full album stream!

ISAN are back! 'Glass Bird Movement' is the British duo's first album in six years & displays a strong signature: It relies just as heavily on a sonic idiosynkrasies as it does on sophisticated rhythms and throbbing basses. The album now streams via Physical copies come with an instant download via

Oct 9, 2016


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Hello Rayon

Morr Music warmly welcomes Notwist​ singer & guitarist / score composer / label head Markus Acher aka Rayon​! His new album "A Beat of Silence" will be out Nov. 11th. Check out the title track which just premiered via self-titled​ mag!

Sep 29, 2016


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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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Ms John Soda: new track

And then Ms John Soda returned. Their new track 'Hero Whales' finally streams on Soundcloud and is available on iTunes from now on. And their new album is coming this very October. 

Jul 6, 2015


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Stream Aloa Inputs 'Going Home'

There's a stream of Aloa Input's song 'Going Home' on Kaltblut Magazine. And you can win tickets for their record release show on October, 16th in Berlin! The album is available here!

Oct 11, 2013


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Jónsi remixes Sin Fang

Sin Fang's 'Young Boys' now remixed by Sigur Ros' Jónsi! Premiered via The Line Of Best Fit! A digital release is about to follow, lossless files are available for our subscribers at Morr Music Gold!

Sep 24, 2013


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please welcome: ORCAS

Morr Music is more than just happy to announce the signing of ORCAS! Orcas is Benoît Pioulard & Rafael Anton Irisarri: both released pathbreaking solo works on (f.e.) Kranky, Touch and Miasmah! Now they have launched a duo, that sounds like a wedding of ambient music and traditional songform. The abstract nature of the “ambient” genre and instant gratification of the “pop” song require deft hands for successful cohabitation, thus it’s little wonder that there are so few practitioners of its delicate equilibrium. Orcas – comprised of haze-pop auteur Pioulard and post-minimalist composer Irisarri – is an imaginative return to that narrative. Here song and abstraction become one entity, condensing the spaces between to generate an arching trajectory. So if you're into Mark Hollis and the late Talk Talk, The Durutti Column, or the calmer side of Arthur Russell: here you're right!

A first song called "Carrion" is now premiered, you can stream it exclusively via Pitchfork! Orcas will release their debut album on Morr Music in February 2012! We hope you're looking forward to this as much as we do!

Nov 7, 2011


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