peak of anchorite [alm 85]

by IA

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IA is the project of us artist alex copeland who sent us a while back a handful of beautiful tracks, and also a great collaborative track (with julien demoulin) titled "the bay" alas 40min long. "the bay" was happily since co-released by ronda and our dear collegue from basses frequences (check this great disc here if you haven't yet!). luckily the solo tracks were of equal beauty and we were immediately hooked by some of them... "peak of anchorite" is a perfect example of IA's music: a kind of ancient, lo-fi drone that could remind the good old days of rapoon. a great newcomer to discover!

credits

released May 31, 2012

performed, recorded and edited by IA
finalized in san francisco 2011
gratitude to jean-marc, michi, and ross

photography: delphine ancelle-b.

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