TR/ST + BLVCK CEILING + Adham Safena 6 + Sundrugs (Almeeva remix).
“You are a slow learner, Winston.”
“How can I help it? How can I help but see what is in front of my eyes? Two and two are four.”
“Sometimes, Winston. Sometimes they are five. Sometimes they are three. Sometimes they are all of them at once. You must try harder. It is not easy to become sane.”
Let yourself be checked, but don’t even dare to think checking the Power back. And don’t forget to thread the needle in your ass!4 hearts
The making of ‘Porcelain’ (Reprise Version) by Moby.
Hi! Here’s a video I made at home, showing how I originally wrote ‘porcelain’ and also how I re-created it with Jim James for Reprise.
‘Porcelain’ by Moby is taken from the new album ‘Reprise’ out May 28th on Deutsche Grammophon.3 hearts
Mer de Revs II – Music For Insomniacs
A study in deliberately soothing textures designed to give the listener space to find stillness and collapse into rest – late night lullabies.
How To Disappear Completely presents Mer de Revs II, second installment of our experimental sleep music project. Almost eighty minutes of new music composed and recorded over twelve month period (a song per month), 2016/2017.
Recording this album we wanted to keep the same aesthetics – simple as possible, minimal amount of gear as possible. We hope you enjoy our latest release as much as we did recording it and we can’t thank you all enough for your support. As always, thanks for listening.2 hearts
Two years on since his last outing on the label, ‘The Follower’, Axel Willner puts on his Field suit again to present his sixth full-length effort for Kompakt, ‘Infinite Moment’ – which sees him striding further across the deeper, richer rims of the hue cycle. In Willner’s own words, “the threshold of creating something new had to be broken”, as had been done with his past albums, including his acclaimed debut ‘From Here We Go Sublime’.
On this release in particular “stepping outside of the studio opened up fresh perspectives on the creation of new music” he confesses, and it was the opening cut, ‘Made of steel, made of stone’ – the first to be finished, that got him into the flux of things, making the “making of the rest of the album easier as I went”.
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