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см. : 2018 albums и 2018 in music

дайджест альбомов которые в течении года остаются на жестком диске моей компьютерры

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растарелизы: Torch — Fire And Light (Evaburninflame Recordings International, 2018),

Death and Vanilla — The Tenant (Fire Records, 2018) — первый релиз 2018 года, который появился в сети еще 2 декабря 2017 года. “The retro leaning Scandi duo fire up their Moogs and mellotrons, sonic archaeologists with a hauntological bent.. there is an alluring sexiness to their avant-Kraut Moog-pop excursions.” Uncut \ “Recalling the eerie, haunted ambience of Angelo Badalamenti/Julee Cruise’s Twin Peaks soundtrack, Stereolab/Broadcast’s experimental vision of ‘50s lounge muzak/exotica and French ‘60s pop, or the narcotic country-noir of Mazzy Star.” The Guardian \\ Following on from the deluxe reissue ‘Vampyr’ last year, comes Death And Vanilla’s unreleased live score of ‘The Tenant’ on limited edition magenta vinyl. \\ Originally scored by Philippe Sarde, this release sees Death And Vanilla reimagine the film’s soundtrack four decades on for a new audience. The haunting instrumental is a foreboding piece of dark and cinematic avant-garde music that’s alienated, lonely and melancholic. Moments of hallucination and delusion mirror the lead character Trelovsky.  Recorded in 2015 at Cinemascore festival in Spain alongside a two-hour performance and screening of psychological thriller ‘The Tenant’ (1976). With the band at their most minimal, the accomplished musicians once again bring the dark narrative to life with their expansive and ethereal noir sound. The recording features them as a trio — Marleen Nilsson (Farfisa Compact), Anders Hansson (Hagstrom Kent, Roland SP-404 and Technics SL-1200) and Magnus Bodin (Moog Prodigy and Musser M55). Directed by Polish filmmaker Roman Polanski and based on the novel Le Locataire by Roland Topor, ‘The Tenant’ is the finale in his acclaimed apartment triology which included “Repulsion” (1965) and “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968).

Dirtmusic — Bu Bir Ruya (Glitterbeat Records, 2018) — Dirtmusic return for their fifth album, a full-scale collaboration with Turkish-psych visionary Murat Ertel from Baba Zula. Recorded in Istanbul, the album navigates hypnotic rhythms, cinematic atmospheres and dark political realities. ‘We need music like this to stay sane’ – Murat Ertel. The striking figure of Murat Ertel is standing at the door of his home studio, a converted mechanic’s garage in a suburb of Istanbul. The Turkish capital is a tense and conflicted place these days, but Baba Zula’s leader and saz man is on fine form. Before him stand those current and former musical nomads, Chris Eckman and Hugo Race, guitars in hand. Dirtmusic are about to take on their latest, and perhaps most thrilling, form.

Calexico — The Thread That Keeps Us (ANTI- Records, 2018) — Their ninth studio album is the followup to 2015’s critically acclaimed Edge of Sun. Working with their longtime engineer Craig Schumacher, Calexico co-produced The Thread That Keeps Us, gathering musicians from across the globe to dream up an earthy yet expansive sound spiked with jagged guitar tones and flashes of distortion. The album mostly came to life in a house studio near the Northern California coast. Known as the Panoramic House but nicknamed “Phantom Ship” by Calexico vocalist/guitarist Joey Burns and drummer John Convertino, the sprawling Stinson Beach home was built partly from shipyard-salvaged timber and cobblestones unearthed from the streets of San Francisco. The drama of that landscape directly influenced the lead single and opening track to The Thread That Keeps Us. Driven by sing-song melody and galloping rhythms, “End of the World With You” finds an unlikely romanticism in volatile times. With its lyrics illuminating “love in the age of the extremes,” the track feels equally joyful and grim: the perfect intro to an album that endlessly explores the contrast between bright and dark, hope and fear.

Robert Deeble — Beloved (PledgeMusic, 2018) — I’m very excited to be making this 6th album. It documents an amazing period of my life. Beloved is the meaning of my daughter’s name and this is a memoire of becoming her father. The album features lush string arrangements and wonderful guest appearances including: Jen Wood (The Postal Service), Graig Markel, Tomo Nakayama (Grand Hallway), Josh Golden (Pedro the Lion/Jurado), Tony Green & Antoine Arvizu (from Earthside Down), and Kris Rosentrater to name a few.

Atrium Carceri, Cities Last Broadcast, God Body Disconnect — Miles to Midnight (Cryo Chamber, 2018) — на xorosho.com написали так: Atrium Carceri, Cities Last Broadcast и God Body Disconnect собрались вместе на этом туманном альбоме. «Miles to Midnight» — это Дарк-джаз альбом с нуаровым оттенком старых фильмов Дэвида Линча: отель в ловушке между двумя мирами и детектив с травмированным прошлым. Живые джазовые барабаны от God Body Disconnect и кинематографическая стена звука строят фундамент таинственного отеля. Cities Last Broadcast приносит призрачное звучание кассетных плёнок и застрявшие во времени мелодии. Atrium Carceri сдувает пыль со своего старого пианино и разрушает реальность с низкими басовыми шумами, приводя вас в тревожно-сомнабулическое состояние. Приглашение пришло в конверте с ароматом корицы. Прошло много лет с момента Вашего последнего визита в отель, прежде чем в заголовках об убийстве написали о его закрытии. Неужели он снова открыт после стольких лет?! Пузырек с таблетками позже… Ваша машина подъехала к старому зданию. Включился свет с трудом пробиваясь сквозь густой туман. Отдалённые голоса и музыка задержались, как дым, когда вы вошли в вестибюль.

Black Flower — Intermediate State (Sdban Ultra, 2018) — Musicians make albums. But in this case it’s different. The four tracks on this ten inch release were created in between. It’s an intermediate piece that sits between two albums, reflecting on a series of special moments and special evolutions of Black Flower. The inspiration came from Salvador Dali’s creative dreaming ritual. With a pair of scissors in his hand, he sat back, closed his eyes and slid into sleep. The moment his body and mind enter deep sleep, the scissors dropped and waked him up. Dali then started painting using the inspiration he gathered from his dreams. These paintings can be considered the result of an intermediate state between consciousness and subconsciousness, a zone between being awake and sleeping.

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