You can now pruchase the limited edition cassette release of A SACRED CLOUD‘s album ENSOLEILLÉ, 1972 via our Bandcamp site. Officially released on September 7th at the Sonic Boom Cassette Store Day Fair.
A Sacred Cloud is the Montreal based experimental electronic/guitar/drone/ambient/noise duo of Maggie Cho and Johnathan Woo. The album was mastered by Sandro Perri. Vinyl LP edition will be released by Jeunesse Cosmique in November.
Order via Bandcamp or check out the sounds below and be prepared to drift into a the ecstatically bleak retro-futurist android sheep daydreams of Vangelis-in-hell on a cloud that’s only silver linings.
2013 has been pretty quiet for us so far but when it rains, it pours. Summer and fall are looking stormy for us. Here’s a brief list of the releases we’re currently prepping.
AD091 – SEMEN PRIEST – s/t – Cassette
Psychedelic industrial funk pop.
AD092 – A SACRED CLOUD – ENSOLEILLÉ, 1972 – Cassette
In conjunction with Jeunesse Cosmique LP release. Analogue soundscapes, musique concrete collages, severe art drones.
AD093 – PARTLI CLOUDI – Two Moron Ever Nose – CD
New solo album by Summer Amp (and fOLKwASTE Library) dude. A deep folkloric journey into the library of the transcendental mind. Spoken word collages, tribal percussions, primal psychedelia.
AD094 – Ѫΰϯᶓԃ Ʀѧϊᵰѣѻὦ – Intuitions – CD
Michelle Proksell resides in Beijing and loves/lives China as a dream machine of animated .gif images, weird montages and awesome t-shirts. Deaf improvisation based on colors and hues, blue(s) gospels in unknown languages, seas of shimmering drones, electro-acoustic processing and outdated acid folk. Classical without class, psychedelic without psyche, songwriting without writing. “Intuitions” is the result of sparse improvisational sessions conjured in Shanghai bedrooms and living rooms during 2012. Hours worth of recordings were trimmed, mixed and mastered with poetic freedom at Zulmàt studio in Rome, Italy.
Split tape series sides 17 & 18. Two sides of essential Skullflower-esque doom-gaze guitar improvisations.
Split tape series sides 19 & 20. A combined hour’s worth of ambient VCR jams from two sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Sound collage dudes abide.