COMING SOON: PMC133 - MY PANDA SHALL FLY & MAU'LIN 'PUSH' WHITE 12"/DIGITAL
‘Push’ sees the bridging of two minds, a spontaneous event of shared loops, ideas and vision. My Panda Shall Fly & Mau’lin join creative forces giving birth to five abstract free-form compositions. Having followed each others work for some years, the pair found themselves in an East London studio first commencing a sonic dialogue just days before Christmas.
Each track breathing a new life; a conventional genre is hard to pin down. Fusing elements of neo-jazz, broken house and down-tempo ambient, resulting as an eclectic product of unforeseen joint creativity. Devoid of preconceived concepts, MPSF & Mau’lin have managed to bind together their own musical idiosyncrasies creating an EP of seductive suspense and intelligent textures.
COMING SOON: PMC134 - MEMOTONE & SOOSH 'MEMOOSH' GREY MARBLED 2LP//MC/DIGITAL
‘Memoosh’ is the collaborative project between William Yates (memotone) and Soroosh Khavari (Soosh).
Without any pre-planning, the project started to grow and develop a life of its own as soon as the first session started. Over the course of more than eight weekends spread over a year, the two visited each other for recording sessions, not relying on modern modes of communication. Making all the music in person to keep to the collaborative nature of the project, leaving more room for improvisation and opportunity to jam out all their ideas.
The album is a mixture of live instrumentation (guitars, piano, cello, zither, drums, clarinet, synths and numerous others) coupled with effect boxes, samplers, vocals and field recordings, influenced by everything from random static and buzz, to a beautiful early morning rain or the bass thud of a closing door. The whole album being more an exploration of their approach rather than anything conceptually thematic, representing both characters and personalities in the music.
“To be honest, had we not been asked by Project Mooncircle to make the album we probably would never have met to make music. Thankfully they did ask! And it has been a very fruitful conquest. Not only has the album created music we are proud of, but in it’s construction it created a new and lasting friendship.“
‘Memoosh’ comes out worldwide on limited grey-marbled double vinyl, limited handmade and handpainted cassette edition (both including download code).
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FREE DWNLD FROM OUR LATEST SIGNING MONSOONSIREN
Some of you will remember the song ‘Elegiac’ by Tom Day from our latest compilation ‘Uprising’. The wonderful voice belongs to Monsoonsiren from Bengaluru, India, who will release an EP with us this coming December. To give you a little foretaste we have this free download for you. Produced by LAPLACE.
OUT NOW: PMC132/FLAU42 - SUBMERSE 'SLOW WAVES' 2LP/MC/JP-CD/DIGITAL
Slow Waves is a collection of multi-layered memories, stacked like grainy polaroids in an old box in the closet or under the bed while the colours fade. A young Rob at the beach or on his first day of grammar school. Images of travels across Europe and Japan, moments slipping in trains or planes while landscapes pass by. Memories so unique to his life, yet so similar to the fading memories of youth and adolescence we all have…
After a series of well acclaimed EP’s, each of them created at very specific moments in the artists life, submerse took the time and sat down to reflect and convert all these memories into his first full length album on Project: Mooncircle.
‘Slow Waves’ comes out worldwide on limited double vinyl, limited handmade and handpainted cassette edition (both including download code) as well as a limited edition CD including a bonus track via flau records in Japan.
You can order the vinyl, cd & cassette version at hhv.de – EU | Rush Hour – EU | Kudos Records – UK | Juno Records – UK | Boomkat – UK | RedEye Records – UK | Norman Records – UK | Crosstalk Int. – US | JetSet Records – JP
‘Lovely chilled, broken ambient beats’ (Nemone BBC, UK)
‘A soporific, blunted journey through instrumental hip hop.’ (Tom Durston Inverted Audio, UK)
‘Beautiful collection of soundscapes’ (LTJ Bukem Good Looking Records, UK)
‘Awesome as ever!’ (Om Unit Civil Music, UK)
‘Orme appears to be particularly fond of lilting, off-kilter rhythms and a slightly dusty sound palette.’ (Shawn Reynaldo XLR8R, US)