Source: Musicworks. A little late, but… The Festival International Musique Actuelle Victoriaville (FIMAV) arrives with the late, brief spring of Quebec’s central region, an energizing jolt between winter and summer that sees the flowering of older vines and new life bursting through the earth. This year’s instalment of FIMAV did what it has done very […]
Great news from Nicolas Malevitsis in Greece:
We are very excited to announce a new release on Rekem Records, co-produced
with Fragment Factory in Hamburg:
LEIF ELGGREN – DAS BAANK
– A New Era Of Economical Growth And Prosperity And Safety And Power –
(LP, rekem 09 / [FRAG36])
Available January 15, 2016. Edition of 300 vinyl copies
We are proud to present this new solo album from veteran Swedish artist
Leif Elggren. Leif has been active as a writer, visual artist, stage
performer and composer since the late 1970s. On sound he works solo, in
collaborations, and as part of the Sons of God (with Kent Tankred). Work of
his has appeared on labels such as Ash International, Touch, Radium and
Firework Edition Records (which he co-runs with Kent Tankred). Skirting
both the area of pure sound, as well as that of symbolism, this new record
is a powerful statement on the limits of social and political absurdity and
corruption in our present time.
You can stream a selection here:
It is available today from us in the UK (Rekem/Organized Music:
http://thesorg.noise-below.org/2/?page_id=677) and from Fragment Factory in
UK: Penultimate Press / Café OTO / Electric Knife Records / Norman Records
EU: Rumpsti Pumsti / Metamkine / SoundOhm
US: Tedium House
with more to be added…
Thank you for reading, and thank you for listening!
I’m no connoisseur of hip-hop music, but Jurassic 5, Los Angeles’ finest in my opinion, makes me want to learn more about the interesting parts of the genre.
When I was collecting CDs from the legendary Touch Records label out of England, I came across the work of turntablist (for lack of a more appropriate term, as old vinyl records are his weapons of choice) Philip Jeck. The man was an alchemist as far as I was concerned, but I lost track of his releases about 6 years ago or so.
Thanks to my good friend Qualo Infinity, who posts scores of great music onto his Facebook page (both his own and others’) for enlightening me to this release.