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Myopia
Myopia (gatefold LP)
Cat: 483717 5. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Camera's Rolling (4:44)
  2. Broken Sleep (4:55)
  3. Island Of Doom (5:29)
  4. Roscian (2:15)
  5. Myopia (5:14)
  6. Drosera (2:27)
  7. Can't Be (3:26)
  8. Promise Keeper (2:27)
  9. Parliament Of Owls (4:29)
  10. Won't You Call Me (4:09)
Review: You can't help but be impressed by the trajectory evident in Agnes Obel's work since she first stopped us dead in tracks on 2010's debut, "Philharmonics". Instrumentally, she's still a maestro capable of grabbing you by the tear ducts with stunning, graceful melodies. But lyrically, she might be on course to becoming one of the most expressive we've got. And that's something to treasure. "Myopia" doesn't feel celebratory, mind. In fact anything but. It's an atmospherically dark, nocturnal journey into equally dark themes, told with nighttime language. From asking corpses what the other side is like, ahead of their physical bodies being lowered into the lightless ground ("Island Of Doom"), to the pain and frustrations of insomnia (the appropriately-named "Broken Sleep"), it's not an album that will ready you for the arrival of spring, but it's easy to find yourself falling for its understated melancholia.
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 in stock $19.08
Myopia
Myopia (gatefold blue vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: 483717 8. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Camera's Rolling (4:44)
  2. Broken Sleep (4:55)
  3. Island Of Doom (5:26)
  4. Roscian (2:15)
  5. Myopia (5:13)
  6. Drosera (2:27)
  7. Can't Be (3:26)
  8. Promise Keeper (2:28)
  9. Parliament Of Owls (4:28)
  10. Won't You Call Me (4:06)
Review: You can't help but be impressed by the trajectory evident in Agnes Obel's work since she first stopped us dead in tracks on 2010's debut, "Philharmonics". Instrumentally, she's still a maestro capable of grabbing you by the tear ducts with stunning, graceful melodies. But lyrically, she might be on course to becoming one of the most expressive we've got. And that's something to treasure. "Myopia" doesn't feel celebratory, mind. In fact anything but. It's an atmospherically dark, nocturnal journey into equally dark themes, told with nighttime language. From asking corpses what the other side is like, ahead of their physical bodies being lowered into the lightless ground ("Island Of Doom"), to the pain and frustrations of insomnia (the appropriately-named "Broken Sleep"), it's not an album that will ready you for the arrival of spring, but it's easy to find yourself falling for its understated melancholia.
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 in stock $21.80
Myopia
Myopia (CD)
Cat: 483717 3. Rel: 21 Feb 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Camera's Rolling
  2. Broken Sleep
  3. Island Of Doom
  4. Roscian
  5. Myopia
  6. Drosera
  7. Can't Be
  8. Promise Keeper
  9. Parliament Of Owls
  10. Won't You Call Me
Review: You can't help but be impressed by the trajectory evident in Agnes Obel's work since she first stopped us dead in tracks on 2010's debut, "Philharmonics". Instrumentally, she's still a maestro capable of grabbing you by the tear ducts with stunning, graceful melodies. But lyrically, she might be on course to becoming one of the most expressive we've got. And that's something to treasure. "Myopia" doesn't feel celebratory, mind. In fact anything but. It's an atmospherically dark, nocturnal journey into equally dark themes, told with nighttime language. From asking corpses what the other side is like, ahead of their physical bodies being lowered into the lightless ground ("Island Of Doom"), to the pain and frustrations of insomnia (the appropriately-named "Broken Sleep"), it's not an album that will ready you for the arrival of spring, but it's easy to find yourself falling for its understated melancholia.
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 in stock $10.64
Island Of Doom
Cat: 483718 6. Rel: 06 Dec 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Island Of Doom (5:25)
  2. Island Of Doom (instrumental) (5:32)
Played by: Kenneth bager
 in stock $12.27
Aventine
Aventine (LP)
Cat: PIASR 615LP. Rel: 30 Sep 13
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Chord Left
  2. Fuel To Fire
  3. Dorian
  4. Aventine
  5. Run Cried The Crawling
  6. Tokka
  7. The Curse
  8. Pass Them By
  9. Words Are Dead
  10. Fivefold
  11. Smoke & Mirrors
 in stock $16.91
Agnes Obel: Late Night Tales
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Agnes Obel: Late Night Tales (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNLP 49. Rel: 25 May 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Henry Mancini - "The Evil Theme" (3:02)
  2. Roger Webb - "Moonbird" (2:20)
  3. Eden Ahbez - "Eden's Island" (2:13)
  4. Lee Hazelwood - "The Nights" (3:17)
  5. Nora Dean - "Ay Ay Ay Ay (Angle-Lala)" (3:05)
  6. Yello - "Great Mission" (2:56)
  7. Quarteto Em City - "Aleluia" (with Tamba Trio) (3:30)
  8. Lena Platonos - "Bloody Shadows From A Distance" (3:05)
  9. Ray Davies - "I Go To Sleep" (2:44)
  10. Alfred Schnittke - "Piano Quintet, V" (3:21)
  11. Agnes Obel - "Stretch Your Eyes" (Ambient acappella) (6:01)
  12. The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Choir - "Pilentze Pee (Pilentze Sings)" (2:22)
  13. Agnes Obel - "Glemmer D" (2:03)
  14. Agnes Obel - "Bee Dance" (2:34)
  15. Sibylle Baier - "The End" (2:29)
  16. Michelle Gurevich - "Party Girl" (4:28)
  17. CAN - "Oscura Primavera" (3:19)
  18. David Lang - "I Lie" (5:08)
  19. Nina Simone - "Images" (live In New York 1964) (2:50)
  20. Agnes Obel - "Poem About Death" (3:05)
Review: The latest missive in the evocative and open-minded Late Night Tales series comes from Agnes Obel, a Danish singer/songwriter whose fragile, pastoral songs seemingly join the dots between traditional folk music, neo-classical and early music. Fittingly, Obel's selections, while more diverse than many may have expected - see the soulful reggae throb of Nora Dean, the creepy jazz of Yello's "Great Mission" and the whispered synth-pop shuffle of Lena Platanos - are every bit as atmospheric and ethereal as her own work. It helps that she's included several of her own compositions, alongside inspired cuts that touch on Berlin School ambient, hazy easy listening, neo-classical, psychedelia, lo-fi art rock and, of course, folk.
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 in stock $24.26
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