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Cat: PHONICASPECED 006. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Stretch Your Eyes (Quiet Village remix) (9:19)
  2. Stretch Your Eyes (ambient acappella) (6:05)
Review: Copenhagen's Agnes Obel is no newcomer to the enlarged electronic scene thanks to a handsome package of previous releases for the mighty PIAS, an imprint responsible for all sorts of reissues throughout the 2000's and, of course, plenty of electronic crossover which have gone onto establishing new genres and styles. The surprise is that London's Phonica has decided to pick her brain for the sixth instalment of their Special Edition series, a corner of the label reserved for the more cerebral end of the 'house' and 'tech' domain. In fact, the A-side's remix of "Stretch Your Eyes" by Quiet Village is a deep and incandescent trip through sliding percussions and cavernous swells of electronic fuzz, sounding something like Burial and Bjork put together. Fantastic stuff. The 'ambient' mix of the same tune, on the B-side, dissolves the beats into an aqueous haze of melting vocals and hollow waves, offering a delightfully kinetic approach to the usually rhythm-empty take on drone. Lovely.
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Citizen Of Glass (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP in embossed sleeve + MP3 download code)
Cat: PIASR 905LP. Rel: 21 Oct 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Stretch Your Eyes (5:11)
  2. Familiar (3:49)
  3. Red Virgin Soil (2:43)
  4. It's Happening Again (4:18)
  5. Stone (3:56)
  6. Trojan Horses (5:32)
  7. Citizen Of Glass (2:47)
  8. Golden Green (3:57)
  9. Grasshopper (2:37)
  10. Mary (5:40)
Review: Denmark's Agnes Obel is no ordinary folk singer-songwriter. Her music always carries something beautifully strange along with it, and this latest album, which has the strangely fitting name of Citizen Of Glass, might well be her most daring work to date. What is particularly special about this album is its production process; Obel has told the press that this extended piece of music consists of layers upon layers of different tracks, blended together to create something new, fresh and compelling. But, that's not all. The duets that you can hear throughout it aren't even human. She's brought to the foray a new technique that involves recording her own voice as a male cyborg, essentially creating the idea that she's singing along to a non-human version of herself. If you're thinking it's all hype, you're wrong; this album is a magnificently executed piece of melancholic pop music that pushes the boundaries of what has become a largely predictable genre as a whole. It's different, captivating and recommended...
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Agnes Obel: Late Night Tales (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 49. Rel: 25 May 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Henry Mancini - "The Evil Theme" (3:02)
  2. Roger Webb - "Moonbird" (2:20)
  3. Eden Ahbez - "Eden's Island" (2:13)
  4. Lee Hazelwood - "The Nights" (3:17)
  5. Nora Dean - "Ay Ay Ay Ay (Angle-Lala)" (3:05)
  6. Yello - "Great Mission" (2:56)
  7. Quarteto Em City - "Aleluia" (with Tamba Trio) (3:30)
  8. Lena Platonos - "Bloody Shadows From A Distance" (3:05)
  9. Ray Davies - "I Go To Sleep" (2:44)
  10. Alfred Schnittke - "Piano Quintet, V" (3:21)
  11. Agnes Obel - "Stretch Your Eyes" (Ambient acappella) (6:01)
  12. The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Choir - "Pilentze Pee (Pilentze Sings)" (2:22)
  13. Agnes Obel - "Glemmer D" (2:03)
  14. Agnes Obel - "Bee Dance" (2:34)
  15. Sibylle Baier - "The End" (2:29)
  16. Michelle Gurevich - "Party Girl" (4:28)
  17. CAN - "Oscura Primavera" (3:19)
  18. David Lang - "I Lie" (5:08)
  19. Nina Simone - "Images" (live In New York 1964) (2:50)
  20. Agnes Obel - "Poem About Death" (3:05)
Review: The latest missive in the evocative and open-minded Late Night Tales series comes from Agnes Obel, a Danish singer/songwriter whose fragile, pastoral songs seemingly join the dots between traditional folk music, neo-classical and early music. Fittingly, Obel's selections, while more diverse than many may have expected - see the soulful reggae throb of Nora Dean, the creepy jazz of Yello's "Great Mission" and the whispered synth-pop shuffle of Lena Platanos - are every bit as atmospheric and ethereal as her own work. It helps that she's included several of her own compositions, alongside inspired cuts that touch on Berlin School ambient, hazy easy listening, neo-classical, psychedelia, lo-fi art rock and, of course, folk.
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