Author: Akira Rabelais
Publisher: Boomkat
Language: -
Pages: -
Size: 31 x 31.5 cm
Weight: 470 g
Binding: -
Availability: In stock
Price: €31.00
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Akira Rabelais’ supremely moving eisoptrophobia album issued on vinyl for the first time, 17 years after it was first released on CD. Harnessing Akira’s own smudged recollections of childhood brought to life via treated solo piano pieces by Erik Satie and Bartok, it’s a haunting mutation of sound that comes hugely recommended if you grabbed his peerless Spellewauerynsherde reissue last year, or indeed any of his releases for David Sylvian’s Samadhisound label. Followers of The Caretaker’s work or Stephan Mathieu’s classic 'Radioland' album should also dive deep into these exquisite, bittersweet memories of secret histories lost in time.

First time on vinyl, clear 2LP edition of 300 copies housed inside a deluxe, thick spine gatefold sleeve. Lacquer cut at D+M, Berlin, photography by Jacqueline Roberts, design by Michael Worthington