Art Crime depicts Still Life
The ivory-tinkling Russian producer is next on the Pinkman label.
Moscow producer Art Crime made quite the illustrious debut back in early 2014, following the likes of Hunee, Entro Senestre, Alex Israel and Shawn O’Sullivan in making his bow on William Burnett’s W.T. Records. The Never Look Back 12″ revolved heavily around piano motifs and it’s a sound the Ben Wishaw lookalike has explored further on subsequent records from Den Haag’s Crème Organization and Phonica’s in-house label. There is a wealth of unreleased material on the Art Crime SoundCloud to explore, and it’s been announced Patrick Marsman’s Pinkman label are the next to be seduced by the Russian’s charms.
Due out next month, Still Life features four cuts from the Art Crime studio which, as the below previews attest, feature a strange, heady mixture of the euphoric and the contemplative. It represents the second Pinkman release of the year following last month’s DRVG CLTVRE album, with Marsman’s other label concern, Charlois, even more busy thanks to contributions from Metropolis, Alessandro Parisi and DJ Overdose.
Pinkman will release Still Life by Art Crime on May 10.
A1. Dead Carnation
A2. Still Life
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