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Erased Tapes 十五

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Rival Consoles Them Is Us 05:45
The Art Ensemble of Chicago Mama Koko (feat. Moor Mother) 07:40
Bell Orchestre The Stars in His Head / Bernard 33 - Dark Lights (Colin Stetson Remix) 05:16
Masayoshi Fujita Book of Life 04:35
Hatis Noit Aura 07:17
Anne Müller Nummer 2 05:55
Lubomyr Melnyk Son of Parasol 07:34
Daniel Brandt Flamingo 05:07
Ben Lukas Boysen Clarion (Kiasmos Remix) 05:43
Crayon Ithinkso (feat. Bastien Brison) 03:31
Penguin Cafe Harry Piers 2021 04:07
Peter Broderick Sonata for the Sirius 04:20
Qasim Naqvi Aftertouched 03:03
Kevin Richard Martin & Hatis Noit After The Storm 08:33
Rival Consoles I Love This, I Love You 02:51
Douglas Dare Heavenly Bodies (feat. London Contemporary Orchestra) 04:30
Roedelius & Story Spirit Clock 04:36
Högni Anda Þinn Guð (feat. Hatis Noit) 02:00
Daniel Thorne From the Other Side of the World 05:39
Michael Price Sandham (feat. Shards) 05:09
Shards Inner Counterpoint 03:28
David Allred The Garden 04:09
Nils Frahm O I End 04:53
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A new compilation titled Erased Tapes 十五, encompassing a two hour cross-section of the label's 15-year history including hidden gems and previously unreleased material, will be available on November 4 to coincide with specially curated festivals in London and Berlin.

The first offering comes from UK producer Kevin Richard Martin aka The Bug and Japanese voice artist Hatis Noit who share their paranormal first collaborative cut After the Storm amongst other unique pairings such as The Art Ensemble of Chicago featuring Moor Mother, Bell Orchestre interpreted by Colin Stetson, Douglas Dare joined by The London Contemporary Orchestra and Ben Lukas Boysen remixed by Kiasmos.

Premiered exclusively via The Wire magazine in form of a free download ahead of their debut live performance at Le Guess Who? Festival 2019 in Utrecht, the track is now finally made available on vinyl and streaming platforms alongside other previously unreleased pieces from electronic producer Ryan Lee West aka Rival Consoles and Icelandic composer Högni.

The two first joined forces during a Late Junction live collaboration session last year, resulting in four extraordinary pieces — including the arresting Saisho no Arashi — broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in December 2018.

 

“As a solo vocalist and voice artist, I’d always dreamed of floating and being drowned in a beautiful sonic storm. And then I met Kevin Martin”
— Hatis Noit

 

Martin recalls: "Hatis Noit's impressionistic approach, tonal brilliance and kaleidoscopic spectrum, evoked voices I had loved in the past. Whether it echoed the mood of Les Mystere des Voix Bulgares or the beauty of Liz Fraser, it even navigated the eerie spaciousness of Japanese Gagaku traditions that I enjoy so much, so I just knew I was happy to collaborate with her, as she had outgrown her influences and blossomed into an extraordinary talent. 'After the Storm', was a track we first sketched at the initial radio session but was later fully formed in my Berlin studio. In these times of climatic turbulence and socio-political upheaval, its deep seismic sonic flow and haunting melodies are a hymn to the stranded, offering comfort to those in need of solace."

The meeting of Hatis Noit’s bewitching vocal explorations and Kevin Richard Martin’s sacramental synthesis of sound for a world exclusive live performance is sure to lift their respective virtues to perplexing new levels.

Summer 2022 saw the two reunite live for Grace Jones' Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Centre in London, and they are currently working on completing their first full-length release.

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