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  • Security Screenings Security Screenings Quick View

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    Security Screenings

    1 - With Dirt And Two Texts - Afternoon Version

    2 - Illiterate Interlude

    3 - Keeping Up With Your Quota

    4 - No Special Bed

    5 - Weight Watching

    6 - When The Grip Lets You Go

    7 - Another One Long Gone

    8 - Always It's Gonna Be Like That

    9 - Creating Cyclical Headaches - with Four Tet (Keiran Hebden)

    10 - Awakening to a.....

    11 - With Dirt and Two Texts - Later Version with Love

    12 - No Origin

    13 - One Star and Three Stripes

    14 - Mud In Your Mouth

    15 - Breathe

    16 - Matrimonioids ..... (for: Elivin + Susana Estela)

    17 - We Leave You In A Cloud Of Thick Smoke And Sleep Outro - feat. Babatunde Adebimpe (From TV On The Radio)

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  • Ultraista Remixes Ultraista Remixes Quick View

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    Ultraista Remixes

    LIMITED EDITION OF 2,000 COPIES


    Ultraísta Remixes compiles a year's worth of remixes from friends and collaborators within the ever-expanding Ultraísta orbit. Though some of these tracks have become social media sensations in their own right - collectively clocking more than two million plays on the band's Soundcloud and YouTube channels - Ultraísta Remixes has been perfectly sequenced to succeed as a stand-alone album (an alarmingly strong one, no less). Rarely do remix
    albums have this level of quality control and seemingly infinite replay value.


    Whereas Ultraísta's debut album commits to its palette with uncanny precision and devotion, Remixes explodes its individual parts and reveals the group to be equally compelling as techno powerhouse (Four Tet, FaltyDL, DC Sux), dark electro-pop (Zero 7, Zammuto, ERAAS, Canon Blue), experimental dance (Prefuse 73, Matthew Herbert), and even driving industrial rock (David Lynch in an inspired
    NIN-meets-YYYs turn). The combination of all of these seemingly disparate parts makes for a surprisingly cohesive whole, and a remarkable companion to the original album.

    1. You're Out (Prefuse 73 Remix)
    2. Smalltalk (Four Tet Remix)
    3. Gold Dayzz (FaltyDL Remix)
    4. Wash It Over (ERAAS Remix)
    5. Party Line (Canon Blue Remix)
    6. Easier (Zammuto Remix)
    7. Static Light (Matthew Herbert Remix)
    8. Bad Insect (DC Sux Remix)
    9. Our Song (Zero 7 Remix)
    10. Strange Formula (David Lynch Remix)
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  • Prismic Tops Prismic Tops Quick View

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    Prismic Tops

    It's been a startling couple of years for instrumental beats of all persuasions: the likes of LA's Brainfeeder crew and Glasgow's LuckyMe collective have developed styles with a scope far beyond creating merely 'instrumental Hip Hop'. Amongst all the hype and promotion, one of the music's reclusive architects seems to have
    been mysteriously overlooked.


    But Dimlite's production was astounding from the start. His EPs of 2003 and debut album Runbox Weathers two years later revealed a Swiss producer beholden to no one, possessing a style as nuanced as his friend Prefuse 73 and yet enriched by a careworn romanticism and quirkiness that rewarded repeat listens and has,
    over time, made him something of a 'producer's producer'.


    Another album, singles, remixes and side-projects followed, taking Dimlite's sound further left, further into a singular world where soul music, latin rhythms, Hip Hop and more are reconstituted into dreamy, lovelorn beat constructions. And so he takes his place on Now-Again, home to a cadre of similarly singular spirits such as The Heliocentrics and The Whitefield Brothers, each bent on refracting music history through their own unique lenses.


    And while copycat producers abound, Dimlite's uniqueness is only throw into sharper relief. It's clear the moment he sings, such as on EP highlight Elbow Flood or the astonishing (and miniature) closer, Can't Get Used To Those. It's apparent in
    every one of his strangely abrupt changes. It's even in his song titles. Perhaps Prismic Tops will be the record that sparks a critical reappraisal of this gifted producer's work. And if not, Now-Again Records is still proud to present this, the latest in a line of remarkable releases from a quiet pioneer.

    1. Kalimba Deathswamp / Kurt Feelings
    2. On The Same Picture w/ Elan Tamara
    3. Firevomit (O.D.N.)
    4. Sun-Sized Twinkles
    5. Elbow Flood
    6. Rump Studies
    7. Can't Get Used To Those
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  • The Class Of 73 Bells feat. School Of Seven Bells The Class Of 73 Bells feat. School Of Seven Bells Quick View

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    The Class Of 73 Bells feat. School Of Seven Bells

    1 - The Class of 73 Bells (feat School of Seven Bells)

    2 - Smoking Red (feat John Stanier)

    3 - En Blanco

    4 - The Classical Sounds of 73 Bells

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  • Speak Soon - Volume One (On Sale) Speak Soon - Volume One (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Speak Soon - Volume One (On Sale)

    Producer Guillermo S. Herren (aka Prefuse 73) has announced Yellow Year, a record label co-founded with photographer Angel Ceballos launching October 1st. The initial offering will be a Sons of the Morning (Prefuse 73 + Teebs) EP, as part of the twelve volume Speak Soon series. Each release in the series pairs Prefuse 73 with a fellow production luminary for all new collaborative material. Upcoming EPs will feature collaborations with Nosaj Thing, Lapalux, Synkro, Nathan Fake, and Dimlite, and more to be announced.
    1. The Way That Winter Passed Us
    2. The Way That Wind Moves Pt. 1
    3. A Dangerous Study Of Bird Life
    4. The Distance From Our Fears
    5. Sunday's Buzzabout
    6. The Way That Wind Moves Pt. 2
    7. Movement In Mercury
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  • Preparations Preparations Quick View

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    Preparations

    1 - From The East Intro

    2 - Beaten Thursdays

    3 - Aborted Hugs

    4 - The Class of 73 Bells (feat. School Of Seven Bells)

    5 - Girlfriend Boyfriend

    6 - Smoking Red (feat. John Stanier)

    7 - Prog Version Slowly Crushed

    8 - Noreaster Cheer

    9 - Let It Ring

    10 - 17 Seconds Interlude (feat. Tobias Lilja)

    11 - I Knew You Were Gonna Go

    12 - Promade Suite Version One

    13 - Spaced + Dissonant

    14 - Preparation Outro Version

    15 - For Her Non-Place

    16 - Preparation One

    17 - Thorough Light

    18 - Spacious And Dissonant Part.2

    19 - Pitu

    20 - Preparation Two

    21 - Over Ensembles

    22 - The Last

    23 - Sunbeamstress

    24 - Humidity Interlude

    25 - The Ground We Lift

    26 - Preparation Three

    27 - Let It Ring Ensembles

    28 - Out We Will Go

    29 - Prepared As It Was

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  • Every Color Of Darkness Every Color Of Darkness Quick View

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    Every Color Of Darkness

    It has been four years since Guillermo S. Herren released
    anything significant from his most famous and respected
    moniker, Prefuse 73 (though he did keep busy with live
    shows, collaborations, and remixes). That's a long time for
    virtually any artist, but it's an eternity for Herren, whose first
    three Prefuse 73 albums dropped in the span of four years.
    As if to make up for lost time, 2015 will see the release of
    not one, but three major works from Prefuse 73. After
    several albums that saw Herren progressively drift away
    from the beatmaking prowess that made him synonymous
    with emotionally resonant, damaged hip-hop, he's found
    himself reinvigorated - thanks in large part to an emotionally
    draining, creatively cashed few years. As Herren puts it, I've
    come back to hyper focusing - immersing myself in the
    sounds, rhythms, and formations that created Prefuse 73 in
    the first place. Recently, I've found a new life in the whole
    process of refining what I've created over the years as
    "Prefuse". Right now I'm at my most confident and
    comfortable since 05/06.


    It shows. The conclusion of a triptych of new recordings,
    Every Color of Darkness basks in the darkest corners of
    Prefuse 73's world, finding an eerie romanticism in manic
    beats and damaged jazz. It's a record that showcases his
    uncanny ability to excavate and exploit a source of light
    buried in pitch black.


    For an artist who has played an undeniably integral role in
    the careers of so many influential artists - from MF Doom
    to Battles to Flying Lotus - it's not just refreshing to hear
    him return to top form...it's revelatory.

    1. Wasted (Intro)
    2. Search The Sky
    3. Night of Light
    4. The Contour of Every Pitch
    5. Prime Meridian Narcissism
    6. The High Beams of Modern Survival
    7. Squares of the City
    8. Skin (Outro)
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    Rivington Nao Rio

    Rivington Não Rio revels in the kind of compassionate
    complexity that marks Prefuse 73's greatest works, with a
    profound new element added to the mix: Patience.
    Guillermo S. Herren's ability to marry the manic to the
    melodic has always been uncanny, but here it feels
    downright magical as the songs inhale with his trademark
    sense of urgency then exhale in longer, more revealing
    breaths. The prismatic textures that have long been a staple
    of Prefuse 73 are bound to beats and melodies with the
    spirit of hip-hop and the subtlety of modern minimalism. The
    album's guests treat the material with a hushed respect: Roc
    Nation songwriter and Jessie Ware collaborator Sam Dew
    turns Infrared into a sublimely soulful, dimly-lit portrait of
    inverted R&B; Milo & Busdriver's vicious, rapid-fire verses
    contrast a pastoral downbeat to brilliant effect; and
    elsewhere, Pinback's Rob Crow and Latin electronic-folk
    crooner Helado Negro navigate splintered tropics with
    passive grace.


    As a stand-alone album, Rivington Não Rio ranks
    extraordinarily high in the Prefuse 73 canon. As a
    centerpiece to an epic triptych that includes the Forsyth
    Gardens and Every Color of Darkness EPs, it's a new peak
    from a pioneer who appears to only just now be hitting his
    prime. For an artist who has played an undeniably integral
    role in the careers of so many influential artists, it's not just
    refreshing to hear him return to top form...it's revelatory.

    1. Señora 95 (Intro)
    2. Applauded Assumptions
    3. Quiet One (feat. Rob Crow)
    4. Through A Lit And Darkened Path (Pts. 1+2)
    5. Inside
    6. Infrared (feat. Sam Dew)
    7. Jacinto Lyric Range
    8. 140 Jabs Interlude (feat. Milo & Busdriver)
    9. See More Than Just Stars (feat. Helado Negro)
    10. Mojav Mating Call
    11. Open Nerve Farewells
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  • Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian Quick View

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    Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian

    Guillermo Scott Herren (aka Prefuse 73) is nothing if not proven. It is hard to think of a name that carries as much weight in both hip hop and avant rock circles as prefuse 73 who in the past year alone has been asked to remix TV on the Radio, Pelican, BLK JKS, and Cornelius, not to mention his early collaborations with School of Seven Bells and Battles.


    These interactions have clearly helped to shape the evolving Prefuse 73 sonic aesthetic, which has expanded to include Herren's twisted visions of prog rock, machine funk, and global psychedelia.


    For Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian, Herren rejected the idea of straight digital recording instead went the much more intensive route of recording straight to analog Ampex tape, giving the album the sound of a lost tape of exploratory studio musicians from the not-to-distant past. In addition to the recording process Ampexian also differs in its composition, existing as a tapestry of tracks of varying lengths and moods, albeit with a remarkable linear flow and of course unmatched rhythmic bump.

    1. Periodic Measurements of Infrequent Smiles

    2. Hariy Face (stress)

    3. Parachute Panador

    4. NoNo

    5. Punish

    6. Half Up Front

    7. Sexual Fantasy Scale

    8. DEC. Machine Funk all ERA's

    9. Get em High

    10. Ampexian Tribe of a Lesser Time

    11. When is a good time?

    12. Fountains of Spring

    13. Whipcream Eyepatch

    14. Regalo

    15. Rubber Stems

    16. Oh is it

    17. Four Reels Collide

    18. Fingertip Trajectories

    19. Violent Bathroom Exchange

    20. Natures Uplifting Revenge

    21. Yuletide

    22. Simple Loop Choir

    23. No Lights Still Rock - Feat. Dimlite

    24. Gaslamp Killer Feedback Text

    25. Digan Lo

    26. Preparation's Kids Choir

    27. Pitch Pipe

    28. Periodic Measurements of Infrequent Frowns

    29. Formal Dedications

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  • One A.M. One A.M. Quick View

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    One A.M.

    Diverse is a rapper you think you've heard before--not because this Chicago MC sounds similar to others, but because his presence is so powerful it seems impossible that this is only his first album. Intelligent without being arrogant, conscious without being corny, Diverse also boasts two of the greatest assets any MC could ask for: an authoritative baritone and a confident flow. These help him keep up with some of the more seasoned rappers who appear on the album, including Vast Aire (formerly of Cannibal Ox), Lyrics Born, and Jean Grae. Complementing Diverse's superior lyricism is top-notch production courtesy of a holy trinity of underground favorites: Prefuse 73, Madlib, and RJD2. They push the album from raucously energetic to sinisterly moody to laid-back cool. ... Diverse's debut accomplishes an unlikely feat in these days of overblown hype and rampaging ego: he leaves you wanting more. --Oliver Wang
    1. Certified
    2. Uprock
    3. Big Game
    4. Ain't Right
    5. Jus Biz
    6. Blindman
    7. Explosive
    8. Under The Hammer
    9. 747 (Flyin)
    10. Amberglis (Interlude)
    11. Leaving
    12. In Accordance
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    Estara

    His first full-length, 2010's Ardour, was an effort that came together in the midst of personal turmoil and the death of his father. In contrast, E s t a r a was created during a period of relative calm; more importantly, the LP encapsulates a time when Teebs - who continues to work steadily as both a producer and a painter - has been making art entirely on his own terms.That freedom has not only strengthened his creative voice, but has also enabled him to craft some of the finest work of his career.


    E s t a r a contains plenty of the breezy melodies, rustling rhythms, gauzy atmospherics, and loose ties to hip-hop that have always been present in Teebs' music, but the LP also finds those elements coming together in a bolder, more cohesive fashion than ever before. Whether he's swirling melodic textures on songs like The Endless and View Point, flirting with leftfield pop on collaborative efforts Holiday (featuring Jonti) and Hi Hat (featuring Populous), looping guitars on Shoouss Lullaby and NY pt. 2 (featuring his Sons of the Morning partner Prefuse 73), or getting pensive on the shuffling NY pt. 1 and the melancholy Piano Days, Teebs sounds sharply focused, impeccably nuanced, and spiritually potent.

    1. The Endless
    2. View Point
    3. Holiday (featuring Jonti)
    4. Shoouss Lullaby
    5. SOTM
    6. Hi Hat (Featuring Populous)
    7. NY pt. 1
    8. Piano Days
    9. Piano Months
    10. NY pt. 2 (Featuring Prefuse 73)
    11. Mondaze
    12. Wavxxes (featuring Lars Hornveth)
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    Double Youth

    "A headphone-friendly, Latin-flavored, hypnotic concoction of deep grooves, tropical textures and warped blips and bleeps compressed into fractured layers." - Magnet


    Helado Negro recorded Double Youth, his fourth LP, in his home studio with a computer, his voice, and telepathic input from a poster he found buried in a closet in his childhood home. Seeing the poster evoked a sudden rush of memories, but also a sense of isolation and separation. Who was this person in the photo? And what else had Helado Negro
    forgotten? The poster's impact was so significant, it framed a new recording process for Helado Negro and now serves as cover art, title, and the conceptual framework for the lyrics and song structures.


    Helado Negro certainly owes something to his contemporaries, Bear in Heaven, Young Magic, Empress Of, Prefuse 73, and School of Seven Bells, but Double Youth is more a spiritual long-lost cousin to the great masters of funk, like Parliament, Prince, and George Duke, whose finely tuned beats married the ear with the body in new ways. Bass drum machines in Double Youth pulse like a robot dance movement. Bass undercurrents fuzz. Sine waves tickle the brain stem. The melodies weave through the air like a fish. And Helado Negro's voice, which grows more and more confident with each record, is a cool, clean dance partner to the beat and melody.

    1. Are I Here
    2. I Krill You
    3. It's Our Game
    4. Myself On 2 U
    5. Friendly Arguments
    6. Triangulate
    7. Ojos Que No Ven
    8. Queriendo
    9. Invisible Heartbeat
    10. That Shit Makes Me Sad
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