August 17. Green Sky Accident will release their debut album 'Drops of Color' on Interregnum Records. Art work is as usual by Trine + Kim Design Studio and it will come in a digipak limited to 500 copies.
On of the tunes can be heared on Myspace. Enjoy!
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For only 150 kroner/22 euros/29 dollars (depending on where you live), you can, in the time period 22th of April and 5th of May choose between three Interregnum Records releases. Shipping is included. All of the releases comes in digipak, with design done by Trine + Kim Design Studio, and are limited to 500 copies (except for the two fist, which are limited to only 300).
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In addition to getting good reviews in the Wire's March issue, there has been a lot of nice words on the net.
Undertoner: Leather and Lacy (in Danish)
Undertoner: Bastion (in Danish)
Dusted Magazine: Leather and Lacy
The Silent Ballet: Bastion
Foxy Digitalis: Leather and Lacy
Bergens Tidende: Leather and Lacy (in Norwegian)
Makeshift Reviews: Leather and Lacy
Experimusic: Leather and Lacy
Reviews for Bastion and Leather and Lacy
We are beginning to receive some reviews of the latest releases, everyone of them has been good (as far as I have seen). Heres some of the well writen texts.
Textura (both albums in one review)
Geiger.dk (Danish, both albums in one review)
Subjectivisten, Caleidoscoop (Netherlands, Greg Malcolm)
Subjectivisten, Caleidoscoop (Netherlands, Bastion)
The Silent Ballet (Greg Malcolm)
Groove (Norwegian, Greg Malcolm)
By Chance Upon Waking (Greg Malcolm)
Bergens Tidende (Norwegian, Bastion)
New releases out: Leather and Lacy and Bastion
Greg Malcolm's 'Leather and lacy' and Bastion's 'Bastion' are now out for sale.
Greg Malcolm and Bastion on Interregnum
The experimental folk musician and underground icon, Greg Malcolm, will release his next album, called Leather and Lacy, on Interregnum Records. The album consists of live versions of the jazz tunes created by the legendary Steve Lacy. The tapes are from the Wellington Jazz Festival 2006, where Malcolm dresses Lacy’s melodies in a free folk influenced suite of noise. Malcolm is known for playing three guitars at the same time: two with each foot and one in the conventional way (with his hands and arms), and this is how he performs also this songs. The outcome has recently been edited and mastered by Kai Mikalsen.
Greg Malcolm has earlier received good critics world wide for his albums such as Hung (Celebrate Psi Phenomenon, 2006), Swimming in It ((K-RAA-K) 3, 2005) and Homesick for Nowhere (Corpus Hermeticum, 2002), as well as his live performances. He has also released albums with innovators such as Tetuzi Akiyama and Bruce Russel (The Dead C).
At the same time, the Italian duo Bastion releases its debut album on the same label. Bastion consists of the young but wide known and respected psych-rock/free-jazz musician Valerio Cosi and post rock guitarist Jukka Reverberi. The result is a four track long album with beautiful drones and subtle noise, with haphazardly portions of improvised and primitive jazz surfacing from under the guitar layers. Cosi and Reverberi never met in real life and never had a chat. They characterize Bastion as a concept of distance.
Cosi is a familiar personality in the avant-garde culture as a saxophonist and a multiplayer devoted to free-jazz/psychedelic rock/ethnic drones/electronics, with quite a few releases on his repertoire. In the past he has released his works on labels such as Ruralfaune, Digitalis and Foxglove. Reverberi is on the other side a big name in also a commercial manner because of the infamous post rock ensemble Giardini di Mirò (where he plays guitar) which has toured with amongst others great bands like Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Ulan Bator, Karate and Unwound.
The date for release has not yet been decided, but sometime in November seems likely. Both albums will be released in digipak sleeves and are limited to 500 copies each. Art work is done by Trine + Kim Designstudio.
For more information, promos, wholesale, interview or other, get in touch.
Interview with Kim Sølve
A thorough and good interview with Interregnum's amazing cover art designer Kim Sølve is out on Avant-garde Metal's site.
New web site
Welcome to Interregnums new web site.
Thanks to A. Blom EDB and Fuzzheim Vizuel for making it.
Check the shop for the two new releases 'XXX' and 'Tales of Long Dead Ladies'.