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  • Carl Stone
    Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties
    Unseen Worlds Records
    2018
    Photography | Edward Clover, Gina Koppel
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    Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties presents the soothing, hallucinatory side of Stone’s slow-evolving, time-bending composition. While we can’t always identify the source, we can hear that his sounds come from somewhere, and that there is a “correct” or “complete” version of them in theory; and so we can hear when they are being changed. What drives Stone’s music is the flow that he draws out of those differences: the way an Indonesian gamelan morphs into a chorus built from one female vocalist over the course of “Mae Yao”’s twenty-three minutes, the surprise emergence of a Mozart chorus out of the synths and skip-glitches of “Sonali,” or the slow, ambient evolution of “Banteay Srey”. “Woo Lae Oak,” issued in a single side edit for the first time, is an exception. Its samples – a tremolo string and a bottle being blown across the top like a flute - are simple in the extreme. Yet the Stone hallmark is clearly present, he locates the inherent emotional properties of the sounds – the tingling anticipation of the string and the calm nobility of the wind – and takes them into unexpected expressive territory.

    #vinyl #vinyljunkie #masterpiece #instavinyl #instagood #vinylcommunity #vinylart #vinylcollector #vinylcollection #vinile #vinyladdict #vinyllove #vinylporn #nowplaying #illustration #music #world #life #graphicdesign #art #instagood #photooftheday #photography #saturday #food #eggs #yellow #weekend #worldrecordegg
  • Carl Stone
Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties
Unseen Worlds Records 
2018
Photography | Edward Clover, Gina Koppel
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties presents the soothing, hallucinatory side of Stone’s slow-evolving, time-bending composition.  While we can’t always identify the source, we can hear that his sounds come from somewhere, and that there is a “correct” or “complete” version of them in theory; and so we can hear when they are being changed.  What drives Stone’s music is the flow that he draws out of those differences: the way an Indonesian gamelan morphs into a chorus built from one female vocalist over the course of “Mae Yao”’s twenty-three minutes, the surprise emergence of a Mozart chorus out of the synths and skip-glitches of “Sonali,” or the slow, ambient evolution of “Banteay Srey”. “Woo Lae Oak,” issued in a single side edit for the first time, is an exception. Its samples – a tremolo string and a bottle being blown across the top like a flute -  are simple in the extreme. Yet the Stone hallmark is clearly present, he locates the inherent emotional properties of the sounds – the tingling anticipation of the string and the calm nobility of the wind – and takes them into unexpected expressive territory.

#vinyl #vinyljunkie #masterpiece #instavinyl #instagood #vinylcommunity #vinylart #vinylcollector #vinylcollection #vinile #vinyladdict #vinyllove #vinylporn #nowplaying #illustration #music #world #life #graphicdesign #art #instagood #photooftheday #photography #saturday #food #eggs #yellow #weekend #worldrecordegg
  •  7  0 1 minute ago
  • Childish Gambino - Camp 🌲🔥🍁 (2011) | 2xLP, 180 gram, Debut Studio album, 🌀: You See Me



    I discovered Childish Gambino when I was in high school and he changed the way I listened to rap. All of his lyrics taking the shit that people had throw at him over the years and throwing it back gave me a new way to fight for myself and take pride in who I was. For my 18th birthday me and my friends took a road trip up to Philly for his concert and it was like the coolest thing I had done on my own hahaha



    #childishgambino #camp #vinyl #instavinyl #campvinyl #childishgambinovinyl #hiphop #rap #glassnoterecords #180gramvinyl #lp #vinylcollection
  • Childish Gambino - Camp 🌲🔥🍁 (2011) | 2xLP, 180 gram, Debut Studio album, 🌀: You See Me
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I discovered Childish Gambino when I was in high school and he changed the way I listened to rap. All of his lyrics taking the shit that people had throw at him over the years and throwing it back gave me a new way to fight for myself and take pride in who I was. For my 18th birthday me and my friends took a road trip up to Philly for his concert and it was like the coolest thing I had done on my own hahaha
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#childishgambino #camp #vinyl #instavinyl #campvinyl #childishgambinovinyl #hiphop #rap #glassnoterecords #180gramvinyl #lp #vinylcollection
  •  2  0 2 minutes ago
  • Thanks again @lyricsborn love the new album
  • Thanks again @lyricsborn love the new album
  •  11  1 10 minutes ago
  • Ege Bamyasi draws back from the 60s trippiness Tago Mago had, and in doing so honed all of Can's quirky experimentation and sound into a leaner and meaner LP. The album features a stranger sound, one that doesn't quite escape from the era it was born, but ensures it will never be forgotten. "Pinch" starts things off with a sort of down-on-the-street shuffle with patches of hazy organ, followed by the gently waltzing "Sing Song Swan", which brings forth all of their trademarks: proto-hip hop drum grooves and fuzzy twisting guitar lines all pulled together by Suzuki's stream-of-consciousness vocals and the chiming keyboard. "One More Night" is a weird, almost club-like track featuring more chiming keyboard and continues into an repeating cycle like some misshapen wheel. "Vitamin C" is probably one of their more catchy numbers, a peculiar exercise in more rapid drum patterns, it's probably one of the more accessible tracks here. This of course fades into a strange whistling transmission of sorts that starts off the 10-minute "Soup", which shifts into various sections, the first being a grooving celebration of their aforementioned hallmarks before venturing into chirping and beeping keyboards with some sort of berserk guitar mangling itself in the background; from there its more distortion and transmissions with Suzuki's cryptic vocals buried within. "I'm So Green" is another catchy romp of idiosyncratic melodies, the keyboards like old Sci-fi theremin. "Spoon" wraps it all up like some sort of comprehensive test, the quirky melodies, the trippy atmosphere and catchy lyrics all driven by clicking of an early drum machine. Ege Bamyasi is (like the cover suggests) a weirder foray into their own brand of psychedelic music with an air of playfulness. Absolutely recommended.
    #Can #EgeBamyasi #1972 #HolgerCzukay   #MichaelKaroli #JakiLiebezeit   #IrminSchmidt #DamoSuzuki #Avantgarde #Krautrock #PsychedelicRock
  • Ege Bamyasi draws back from the 60s trippiness Tago Mago had, and in doing so honed all of Can's quirky experimentation and sound into a leaner and meaner LP. The album features a stranger sound, one that doesn't quite escape from the era it was born, but ensures it will never be forgotten. "Pinch" starts things off with a sort of down-on-the-street shuffle with patches of hazy organ, followed by the gently waltzing "Sing Song Swan", which brings forth all of their trademarks: proto-hip hop drum grooves and fuzzy twisting guitar lines all pulled together by Suzuki's stream-of-consciousness vocals and the chiming keyboard. "One More Night" is a weird, almost club-like track featuring more chiming keyboard and continues into an repeating cycle like some misshapen wheel. "Vitamin C" is probably one of their more catchy numbers, a peculiar exercise in more rapid drum patterns, it's probably one of the more accessible tracks here. This of course fades into a strange whistling transmission of sorts that starts off the 10-minute "Soup", which shifts into various sections, the first being a grooving celebration of their aforementioned hallmarks before venturing into chirping and beeping keyboards with some sort of berserk guitar mangling itself in the background; from there its more distortion and transmissions with Suzuki's cryptic vocals buried within. "I'm So Green" is another catchy romp of idiosyncratic melodies, the keyboards like old Sci-fi theremin. "Spoon" wraps it all up like some sort of comprehensive test, the quirky melodies, the trippy atmosphere and catchy lyrics all driven by clicking of an early drum machine. Ege Bamyasi is (like the cover suggests) a weirder foray into their own brand of psychedelic music with an air of playfulness. Absolutely recommended.
#Can #EgeBamyasi #1972 #HolgerCzukay #MichaelKaroli #JakiLiebezeit #IrminSchmidt #DamoSuzuki #Avantgarde #Krautrock #PsychedelicRock
  •  16  2 12 minutes ago
  • Essentially, sound is merely a vibration in the air. But provided with the right organisation of pitch and time, it becomes the magical phenomenon that we all love: music. It is not something you can actually hold or touch, yet we all collectively feel it and share it for thousands of different reasons.

    Either as a performer or as a listener, music is something that connects people. However, as a musician, one of the most fascinating things about playing with people is the ability to improvise, in order to let the music reveal itself to you and lead the way.

    One of the most amazing bands at improvisation is San Diego's psychedelic rock outfit Earthless. By fusing influences of jazz and krautrock, these sonic ambassadors have been successfully summoning portals into cosmic dimensions since 2001

    Of course, improvised music may not appeal to everyone's taste, and that's perfectly fine. But as a former musician myself, I can assure you that it is something truly remarkable to experience new music, made out of thin air, that suddenly seems to make perfect sense in the world.

    What is your favourite Earthless album?

    "Rhythms From A Cosmic Sky" by Earthless on Tee Pee Records.

    #vinyl #vinylcollection #vinyljunkie #records #nowspinning #vinyligclub #vinylcommunity #instavinyl #recordcollection #vinyladdict #vinylcollector #vinylporn #record #lp #vinylcollectionpost #recordcollector #vinylrecords #vinyloftheday #nowplaying #vinylgram
  • Essentially, sound is merely a vibration in the air. But provided with the right organisation of pitch and time, it becomes the magical phenomenon that we all love: music. It is not something you can actually hold or touch, yet we all collectively feel it and share it for thousands of different reasons.
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Either as a performer or as a listener, music is something that connects people. However, as a musician, one of the most fascinating things about playing with people is the ability to improvise, in order to let the music reveal itself to you and lead the way.
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One of the most amazing bands at improvisation is San Diego's psychedelic rock outfit Earthless. By fusing influences of jazz and krautrock, these sonic ambassadors have been successfully summoning portals into cosmic dimensions since 2001
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Of course, improvised music may not appeal to everyone's taste, and that's perfectly fine. But as a former musician myself, I can assure you that it is something truly remarkable to experience new music, made out of thin air, that suddenly seems to make perfect sense in the world.
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What is your favourite Earthless album?
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"Rhythms From A Cosmic Sky" by Earthless on Tee Pee Records.
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#vinyl #vinylcollection #vinyljunkie #records #nowspinning #vinyligclub #vinylcommunity #instavinyl #recordcollection #vinyladdict #vinylcollector #vinylporn #record #lp #vinylcollectionpost #recordcollector #vinylrecords #vinyloftheday #nowplaying #vinylgram
  •  8  1 14 minutes ago
  • Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra ‎– Robert Schumann The Four Symphonies
    Columbia Masterworks ‎– D3S 725
    3 × LP Box Set

    Playing anything Bernstein is the equivalent of reaching for the good stuff.  Sit in the good chair, placed at the top point of the listening triangle, equidistant from the speakers.  After an entire week of using the work setup for testing QC on new vinyl pressings, it feels good to just stop and listen for the sheer joy of it.  My old collection of Columbia Bernstein recordings represents that joy in the most undiluted of forms.  These records are the sound of genius, nothing less.
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    #classicalmusic #classical #vinyljunkie #VJ #vinyljunkies #vinylcommunity #vinyligclub #vinylcollection #vinyl #instamusic #instagroove #instavinyl #vinylgram #nowspinning #nowplaying #420
  • Leonard Bernstein, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra ‎– Robert Schumann The Four Symphonies
Columbia Masterworks ‎– D3S 725
3 × LP Box Set

Playing anything Bernstein is the equivalent of reaching for the good stuff.  Sit in the good chair, placed at the top point of the listening triangle, equidistant from the speakers.  After an entire week of using the work setup for testing QC on new vinyl pressings, it feels good to just stop and listen for the sheer joy of it.  My old collection of Columbia Bernstein recordings represents that joy in the most undiluted of forms.  These records are the sound of genius, nothing less.
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#classicalmusic #classical #vinyljunkie #VJ #vinyljunkies #vinylcommunity #vinyligclub #vinylcollection #vinyl #instamusic #instagroove #instavinyl #vinylgram #nowspinning #nowplaying #420
  •  8  0 14 minutes ago