Prostitutes joins Night School with Nouveauree EP
Prolific Cleveland-based producer James Donadio will release his next record on experimental UK label Night School.
Since debuting as Prostitutes in 2011 on his own StabUDown label, experimental noise and techno artist James Donadio has fast become a figure to rival Boris Bunnik and Danny Wolfers in the Juno Plus rankings of most prolific producers. This year alone has seen Donadio add two EPs on Avian’s Mira sub-label and an album for John Elliott’s Spectrum Spools label to a discography that already includes Diagonal, Digitalis and Opal Tapes, and now details have emerged of a debut for UK experimental label Night School.
Donadio is perhaps not the most obvious candidate for a release on Night School, whose discography is comprised of artists creating more vocal-based experimental music. Nevertheless, Donadio’s singular sonic fingerprint should be quite at home on the label, with the five-track Nouveauree EP described in a press release as Donadio having “warped and stripped his palette to create a juddering force majeure.” The label also suggests a break with his recent work, with Nouveauree providing “a purge, a palette cleanser,” comprised of “a slab re-formed white-noise, bass-heavy kick drums and searing, improbable sampling.” Those looking for a taste of the EP can listen to “Hate’s In The City” below.
Night School will release Nouveauree EP on 12″ vinyl on September 8.
1. Late To Take It Light
2. Hate’s In The City
3. Punk’s In The Street
4. Dragged It Home To Bed
5. So Goddam Gaunt