Not an answer, but a tribute to one of the most important questions in life.1 Rise Short, 2 Pyramid Mountains, 3 Room 26, 4 Southern Sightseeing, 5 Hidden Spot, 6 What Is Paradise, 7 Used to it, 8 Piece Of Music, 9 Way To Eden
Wild Oats is proud to present Speed Of Life, a new record from London based producer K15. This 6 track double EP explores the idea of the sense of urgency that life can have depending on the frame of mind one is in.1 Look (Beyond You), 2 Truthfully(fea…
Tapan is a duo from Belgrade. Title track, â€œThe Cityâ€, takes few minutes to get going, but when it doesâ€¦ itâ€™s like a James Chance/no wave saxophone on some kind of funky slo-mo euro techno. The other 3 tracks drift in and out like some kind of night time fog on a glassy lake with live instruments/percussion peeping out from the hills. For deep and moody waistoids and freaks only.
1 The City, 2 KMD, 3 Party Over, 4 Sta Ti To Radis
All nine suspenseful compositions seduce with a deep melodic sensibility, harmonic adventures and an overall rhythmic ambiance of freshness and laidback enthusiasm. Together they represent a challenging auditory experience that will resonate in your mi…
Dzeltenie Pastnieki are a Latvian new wave band formed in 1979 in Riga, Latvia. Their name means â€œThe Yellow Postmen” in Latvian. The constant core members of the band have remained Ingus BauÅ¡?enieks (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Viesturs Slava (guitar, keyboards, vocals), with Zigmunds Strei?is (keyboards) and Ilgvars RiÅ¡?is (drums). They released six albums between 1981 and 1987. All were recorded at the bandâ€™s home studio and distributed on 1/4” reel-to-reel tape and compact cassette, with no artwork. Their sound ranges from electronic post-punk to experimental tape manipulation all sung in Latvian.
â€˜Lentu Gabali?iâ€™ is a 10-track compilation featuring songs from each of the bandâ€™s six albums, all songs appearing on the vinyl for the first time. In Fall 1981 the band recorded their debut album, â€˜Bolder?jas dzelzce?Å¡â€™ (The Railroad of Bolder?ja) a mix of dubbed out guitar/bass/drums. For their second album â€˜Man ?oti pat?k jaunais vilnisâ€™ (I Really Like New Wave, 1982) the band used a Estradin Pulsar drum machine made in Russia and adopted a synthesizer-based sound. Following a period of inactivity, the band were asked to compose the music for an amateur stage adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s â€˜Alice’s Adventures in Wonderlandâ€™ and â€˜Through the Looking-Glassâ€™. The resulting album, 1984’s â€˜Aliseâ€™ (Alice) adopted a colder minimal electronic sound, largely due to its modest recording circumstances. Leftovers from â€˜Aliseâ€™ as well as even earlier sessions formed the basis for the fourth album, â€˜Vienm?r klusiâ€™ (Always Quiet) also released in 1984. â€˜Depres?v? pils?taâ€™ (The Depressing City) was assembled from out-takes, alternate versions, and solo tracks by individual members of the band in 1986. â€˜Naktisâ€™ (Nights, 1987) could be seen as a ‘back to the roots’ effort that made use of the progress of home studio advances made by BauÅ¡?enieks over the previous years.
All songs have been mastered from original tapes at Bicycle Systems, R?ga, by Ingus BauÅ¡?enieks and remastered for vinyl by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley. The jacket features an photo of the group from 1981 with textured wallpaper designed by Eloise Leigh to represent tape pieces. Each copy includes a double sides 11×11â€ insert with never before seen photos and liner notes.
01 Kapec Tu Mani Negribi, 02 Dziesma Par Kroketa Spelesanu, 03 Sliekute va Val’asprieks, 04 Nevaru Saprast Ta Neko, 05 Noguris, 06 Mana Vasara Aiziet, 07 Trisi, Trisi, Siksparnit, 08 Milz u Ci n’a, 09 Mana Kafejnica Ir Salauzta, 10 Rudens Pastaiga