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  • Down To Earth (Pre-Order) Down To Earth (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Down To Earth (Pre-Order)

    Glassnote Records in coordination with Win Music are proud to announce the release of Flight Facilities' debut full-length album, Down to Earth. With Down to Earth, the dynamic electronic duo continue to expand their artist output away from their world of popular club singles to bring fans around the globe a complete work that is a range of styles as eclectic as an around-the-world plane ticket. Down to Earth, is a journey through music that pushes the boundaries of Flight Facilities' unmistakeable sound with the vocal talents of artists such as the ethereal Emma Louise, the comedic and noted musician Reggie Watts, the emotive Owl Eyes, the wunderkind Bishop Nehru, and favorites like Micky Green and Giselle.
    1. Intro
    2. Two Bodies Feat. Emma Louise
    3. Sunshine Feat. Reggie Watts
    4. Waking Bliss
    5. Stand Still Feat. Micky Green
    6. Apollo
    7. Claire De Lune Feat. Christine Hoberg
    8. Hold Me Down Feat. Stee Downes
    9. Heart Attack Feat. Owl Eyes
    10. Merimbula
    11. Why Do You Feel Feat. Bishop Nehru
    12. Down to Earth
    13. Crave You (Reprise)
    14. Crave You Feat. Giselle
    Flight Facilities
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    Visions (Pre-Order)

    Touch Sensitive is the moniker of multi-instrumentalist & production wiz Michael Di Francesco. His debut single 'Body Stop' was one of the first tracks released on Future Classic back in 2004. Since then he's has been relentlessly writing & touring including support for Disclosure, Cut Copy, Flume & Flight Facilities. Now back with his infectious 13 track debut album 'Visions' with its blissful melodies & driving keys getting praise & features on tastemaker blogs both nationally & overseas.
    1.First Slice (Intro)
    2.Lay Down
    3.Veronica

    4.Lose It All

    5.Comfortable

    6.Comfortable (Reprise)
    7.The Mystery Of Cats
    8.No Other High
    9.Two Walls

    10.Known Better

    11.Don't Stop The Beat

    12.You're My Last Chance (Interlude)
    13.Putting On Airs
    Touch Sensitive
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  • An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) Quick View

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    An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979)

    An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) compiles
    unreleased recordings from the archives of multiversal artist Ariel Kalma.
    Concerned as much with musicality as spiritual facility, Kalma's work
    vibrates aside fellow travelers along the great rainbow in curved air of
    the 1970s avant-garde.


    Ariel Kalma's boundary-blurring electronic music is heard here in
    radiant detail across a selection of work spanning his early free-jazz
    and spoken word trips to his infinite modular synthesizer and primitive
    drum machine meditations. Kalma's story is one of world travel, musical
    discovery and ego-abandonment. Yet for an artist who often discarded
    public recognition in favor of the ascetic truths in music making, An
    Evolutionary Music offers the imprint of an outright auteur.


    Born in France, but rarely in one place for long, Ariel Kalma's 1970s
    migrations took flight through the decade's furthest spaces of musical
    and spiritual invention. As a hired horn for well-known French groups,
    the young musician toured as far as India, a place where Kalma would
    learn circular breathing techniques enabling him to sustain notes without
    pause against tape-looping harmonies configured through his homemade
    effects units.


    Those effects evolved from Kalma's loyalty to a beloved dual ReVox
    set-up- two tape machines "chained" together to form a primitive delay
    unit. Over looped saxophone melodies, Kalma would mix in all shades of
    polyphonic color, synthesizing fragments of poetry with ambient space or
    setting modal flute melodies to rippling drum machine patterns and starlit
    field recordings.


    In France during the mid-1970s, Kalma was staffed as a technician at
    Pierre Henry's legendary Institut National Audiovisuel, Groupe de Recherches
    Musicales (INA GRM) studios - the same music concrÉte laboratory that
    spawned masterpieces by members Luc Ferrari, Iannis Xenakis, and Bernard
    Parmegiani. Like his predecessors and colleagues at INA GRM, Kalma's
    relationship to sound was both formal and non-hierarchical. To Kalma, all
    music existed as related universal patterns, in perfect harmony with the
    people, places and environments it was created.


    Kalma's recorded output of the 1970s culminated in the now scarcely-available Les Temps des Moissons (trans. The Time of Harvest) in 1975,
    and a masterpiece of birdsong exploration with Osmose in 1978. Osmose
    is double album featuring sculptor Richard Tinti, who had supplied Kalma
    with hours of field recordings from the rainforests of Borneo.


    An Evolutionary Music harvests uncatalogued music made between
    Kalma's private press records and onward through the many small-batch
    cassette releases Kalma would tender. With this collection of musical
    hybridity and distinct genre-corrosion, Ariel Kalma's righteous bucking of
    both popular music trends and the academic tenets of the avant-garde
    falls squarely in the spirit of other renegades of sacred new-music such as
    Terry Riley, La Monte Young, and Charlemagne Palestine.

    1. Almora Sunrise
    2. Ecstasy Musical Mind Yoga
    3. Echorgan
    4. Sunset Inside
    5. Chase Me Now
    6. Enuej Elleiv
    7. Sister Echo
    8. Les Mots de Tous Les Jours (Rêves Etranges)
    9. Rainy Day
    10. What Would You Say
    11. Les Etoiles Sont AllumÉes
    12. Voltage Controlled Wave
    13. Montparnasse Morocco
    14. Head Noises
    15. Asalam Yamarek
    16. Love and Dream
    17. Yogini Breath
    Ariel Kalma
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  • Alive At Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary Alive At Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary Quick View

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    Alive At Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary

    Until it closed in 2009, Tennessee's Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary was one of the most notorious penal institutions in America. Located in mountainous Petros, it was a forbidding rockpile hewn out of the rough countryside by its own inmates in 1896.


    On Oct. 17, 2001, Mark Collie came to Brushy Mountain with a sheaf of newly written songs about crime and punishment and an all-star band for a pair of performances that were recorded for a live album release. Mostly, though, Collie showed up at Brushy Mountain with a mission.


    God gave me the opportunity to get in there and share something that might make a difference, he says. I believed the songs could matter. I wanted to make something that people could find hope in, or redemption, or restoration, or forgiveness.


    His close friendship with country icon Johnny Cash supplied the principal inspiration for his own prison recording. Collie was well aware of Cash's celebrated 1968-69 live albums recorded at California's Folsom and San Quentin penitentiaries. He also knew the impact that a 1959 performance at the latter facility had on Inmate #A-45200, better known as the legendary country star Merle Haggard. Without Johnny going to San Quentin, Collie says, there might not have been a Merle Haggard. A lot of lives were changed or made better as a result of that music. Collie began writing his own cycle of prison songs.


    A top-flight crew of musicians was assembled, including guitarist Dave Grissom (John Mellencamp, Joe Ely), keyboardist Mike Utley (Jimmy Buffett, the Dixie Flyers), guitarist-mandolinist Tommy Burroughs (Memphis Riverbluff Clan), Collie's longtime accordionist Hassel Tekkle, bassist Willie Weeks (the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, B.B. King), drummer Chad Cromwell (Neil Young, Mark Knopfler), and guitarist-fiddler-vocalist and solo star Shawn Camp. Austin-based critics darling Kelly Willis, who takes lead vocals on two tracks, also supplied backup vocals on several numbers; the late Texas blues giant Clarence Gatemouth Brown is the album's other special guest.


    Alive at Brushy Mountain embraces a breadth of American styles - country, blues, gospel, bluegrass, and rock n roll. It largely comprises striking original material, which contemplates the convict's lot with compassion, keen detail, and sometimes boisterous humor.

    LP 1
    1. One More Second Chance
    2. I Could've Gone Right
    3. Maybe Mexico
    4. Heaven Bound (feat. Kelly Willis)
    5. Got A Felling for Ya (feat. Kelly Willis)
    6. On The Day I Die
    7. Dead Man Runs Before He Walks (feat. Shawn Camp)
    8. Rose Covered Garden


    LP 2
    1. Why Me Lord (feat. Kelly Willis)
    2. Do As I Say
    3. Someday My Luck Will Change (feat. Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown)
    4. Folsom Prison Blues
    5. Reckless Companions
    6. Gospel Train (feat. Brushy Mountain Prison Choir)

    Mark Collie & His Reckless Companions
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