New official video for Hermetic Library and Odd Order Anthologies Artist Alka’s Over Hills And Vales on The Colour of Terrible Crystal, from Vince Clarke’s VeryRecords, releasing October 13th 2017.
Melancholy Lasts is taken from The Colour of Terrible Crystal, the new album from Hermetic Library and Odd Order Anthologies Artist Alka, from music luminary Vince Clarke’s VeryRecords label. Alka’s new album The Colour of Terrible Crystal will be released CD and Digital Download on 13 Oct.
Vince Clarke’s VeryRecords has announced Odd Order (and Hermetic Library) Anthology Artist Alka’s newest album The Colour of Terrible Crystal due out in October!
VeryRecords are delighted to announce details of their third album release, ‘The Colour of Terrible Crystal’ by US artist Alka, which will be released on October 13th 2017.
Via email from Alka:
VeryRecords Announces Alka’s The Colour of Terrible Crystal Album
Thrilled to be working with an absolute legend of an electronic music producer – Vince Clarke – on alka’s 3rd full-length release – Out Friday the 13th this October 2017! From founding Depeche Mode, to Yaz, to Assembly, to Erasure, to his almost countless remix credits… there isn’t much more to say.
The album title was inspired by a quote from Hermetic Library Fellow Peter Lamborn Wilson’s Angel:
“… and their appearance and their work was as it were a wheel in the middle of a wheel. They move through the firmament which is the colour of a ‘terrible crystal’, and around a throne like sapphire, on which sits Metatron, suffused in the radiance of the rainbow.”
OLD WVLF is M∴M∴
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In the Dark
In the Dark is a track from Kim Free’s second solo record, Nevermind the Blue Skies (LA’s Fine, 2014). Written and performed by Kim Free, produced by Brad Breeck.
A Los Angeles native, Kim Free is a violinist singer/songwriter who has released two solo albums, Angel Shadow (2012) and Nevermind the Blue Skies (2014). Before recording under her own name, Kim Free recorded as Black Church. The complete Black Church discography was re-issued by Reverb Worship in 2015.
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Snotty Molly from Spare Parts and Carbuncles
(Ace of Space/Paul Le Hat)
A previously unreleased track.
Snotty Molly came from a small workshop teaching young people who wanted to make music with their computers but didn’t know where to start. Using the their own laptops and tablets we gathered together enough samples and free software to begin the laying down basic tracks for them to rap and sing over. They were all into happy hardcore or hip-hop. As a guide I had to make my own track along with them, I’d like to think they taught me as much as I did them, especially about the genres they were into. Snotty Molly was a rescue cat my friends had who had an continuous mucus problem.
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One man wave of cinematic electronica from Northumbria. Has so far produced five full length albums.
Whatever it means to Ace of Space it means capturing the moment, just like taking a photograph or snapshot, in musical terms. These eclectic collections so far are a mixture of old school electronica and guitar instrumentals and atmospheric soundtrack work suitable for film, TV or radio.
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The Other Room
Written by Aaron Piccirillo.
Somnolent is the musical moniker for Aaron Piccirillo, a musician and writer from Connecticut in the United States. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Manchester in England, where he completed an interdisciplinary program entitled “Constructions of the Sacred, the Holy, and the Supernatural.” He also holds a B.A. in literature from the State University of New York at Purchase, and has been active in musical composition, recording, and performance for over fifteen years. He has written for Clavis Journal, Aeon Sophia Press, and Appalachia Journal, and is a contributing writer to Ultraculture.org. His creative work can be viewed at forgottenforms.com.
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Light Plays in Fine Boundaries
A weird ambient journey from what knows no beginning and no end … played live with a specific sonic palette.
Anantakara is a project of Philippe Wauman, from Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium, established in 2010. Anantakara creates live performances, choreography, sound design, meditative & healing music, soundtracks, and studio albums.
Entre grain de folie et grain de beauté, il est question de Tout et de Rien. Et de l’improbable frontière qui en mesure l’incontournable démesure… Anantakara est un projet de musique “intemporaine”. Le nom du projet définit à lui seul l’humble démesure: le réenchantement du monde par l’émerveillement en parcourant inlassablement la quête du point de rencontre des opposés, ce point inattendu qui régénère et accompli.
Balancing between a touch of madness and the caress of beauty, it forms a link between All and Nothing. The improbable frontier of infinity… Anantakara is an ‘in-temporary’ music project. The name Anantakara discloses its modest ambition: to re-enchant the world through wonderment while tirelessly pacing the inmost and outmost in search of the place where opposites meet, that startlingly unpredictable fortuitous point where regeneration and accomplishment are enhanced.
“Anantakara” अनन्तकर [an-ant’a-kara] is a Sanskrit adjective that can be translated as: “rendering endless, magnifying indefinitely, making endless or infinite”. That is, to start with what is somehow already complete, has always been and will be forever. To simultaneously combine the One which becomes Multiple with the Multiple that becomes One, to explore the sphere of influence existing between the diversification of the One and the unification of the Multiple. The spiritualization of matter, the materialization of spirit.
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