MUSIQUE PLASTIQUE
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Distr.  : UK - Boomkat/Bleep/piccadilly/
Style   : world / electronic / modern classical / ambient /



MP      001     VISIBLE CLOAKS          VISIBLE CLOAKS                  12"     05.2018

        1       Wind Voice
        2       Lost Lake
        3       Painter/Stream
        4       Vocal Study
        5       Escape Music From City To Paradis
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MP      002     PEDRO (PETER MEKWUNYE) : ONE KIND OF LOVE               LP      05.2017

        1.      One Kind Of Love                                03:57
        2.      Amor                                            03:47
        3.      Ndidi                                           03:33
        4.      Hosanah                                         04:13
        5.      My God                                          03:53
        6.      Omogé                                           02:52
        7.      Love, Perfect Bond                              03:32
        8.      South Africa                                    03:01

(Note : first-ever vinyl edition, mastered by Brandon Hocura of Invisible City and
        housed in a gorgeous screen-printed jacket)

Peter Mekwunye aka Pedro’s self-released side of homebrew boogie pop is a total
one-of-a-kind find dating to 1993 Portland, OR, and has been newly discovered by
Musique Plastique, who issued Visible Cloaks eponymous debut LP in 2015. Trust
that you’ve hardly ever heard such a raw, lo-fi slab so full of soul and vibes as
One Kind of Love!
https://boomkat.com/products/one-kind-of-love?utm_source=Boomkat+Production&utm
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MP      003     COLMAN                  DAEDALUS                        LP      08.2018

Following on from releases of music by Visible Cloaks and Pedro, Portland’s record
shop-turned-label Musique Plastique have decided to give reissues a go. John Gilbert
Colman composed Daedalus in the mid-80s to accompany an avant-theatrical piece. It is,
of course, quite strange. Sometimes it sounds almost like chamber music, sometimes like
the intro to a children’s TV show, and sometimes it’s little more than someone cooing
and plucking a banjo.
https://www.normanrecords.com/records/171996
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