This new release contains one minimax-cd with 18+ minutes of new
material developped from november 2018 to january 2019, a booklet with a
short novel in french concerning mysteries on an archipelago of
artificial islands, and a leporello with four woodblock printings and
L'Art Pénultième NPH 024 2019. 14, 3 cm x 17, 4 cm. Booklet printed in
black on 100% recycled paper. Leporello on cream recycled paper, 200
gr/m², woodblock printings using water based ink and colages using
alcool based ink.
This release is limited to 16 copies (13 for sale) signed and numbered.
This new limited version contains two cds.
On Disc One, you can find 'Red Landscape',
the early version created by Olivier Prieur.
two contains the final version with added parts by Jan Warnke.
differs from the LP as we have had to shorten the second track
the lenght of on LP's side. Here it is in its entirety.
L'Art Pénultième / EPAC. NPH023. 2018.
Gatefold book-bound release. 15 cm x 16,5 cm.
Printed in four colours on recycled ivory paper.
Inner sleeve in natural brown kraft paper. Two cdrs with four pages sleeve notes and novel in french and english. We only will release a number of copies limited to pre-orders + 7 copies for private use.
This new release comes in two different editions realised by Geräuschmanufaktur :
a Deluxe 12" lathe record, cut on clear vinyl.
Comes in a handmade "book-like" gatefold edition of 8 copies.
a Regular gatefold edition of the 12" lathe cut record on clear vinyl.
come with an original woodcut-print by the artist himself.
Right after their spectacular debut LP ""Beauté des Mirages" on
DISCREPANT last year, this very limited 12" lathe features two more
mysterious exotic recordings of frantic and abstract concrete music.
This beautiful new release will come with a mesmerizing artwork that
perfectly catches the dark atmospheric touch of this epic soundscapes.
Designed and hand-printed by the mastermind Olivier Prieur himself.
Mastered by Francisco Meirino and cut to vinyl by Yann Jaffiol.
For this release, The Dead Mauriacs were :
Olivier Prieur & Jan Warnke
Mastering: Francisco Meirino
Lathe cut: Yann Jaffiol
Artwork & design: Olivier Prieur
Layout: Jan Warnke