• Distribution,  Vinyl

    The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices Featuring Lisa Gerrard ‎– Shandai Ya / Stanka (Vinyl LP | Black)

    The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices Featuring Lisa Gerrard ‎– Shandai Ya / Stanka (Vinyl LP | Black)
    Label: Prophecy PRO 243 LP
    Format: Vinyl, 12″, EP
    Country: Europe
    Released: 17 Apr 2020
    Genre: Folk, World, & Country

    Otherworldly female vocals from extraordinary performers have always been the trademark of world-famous choir ensemble The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices (formerly known as «Les Mystères Des Voix Bulgares»). After an almost 20-year hiatus due to the death of producer Marcel Cellier, the choir released its critically acclaimed comeback «BooCheeMish» in 2018 together with esteemed guest vocalist Lisa Gerrard (Dead Can Dance), combining magnificent vocals from various stylistic backgrounds and traditional Bulgarian instruments with modern elements like beatboxing. The ensemble and its host of guests embarked on a successful tour in 2018 and 2019, performing in renowned concert venues such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, The Netherlands or L’Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium.

    Summer 2020 sees a continuation of the choir’s live activities in Europe, and the new 7-track EP «Shandai Ya / Stanka» presents the strongest songs from «BooCheeMish» in even more refined versions alongside two exclusive tracks – an impressive live rendition of Gerrard’s solo composition ‘Rite Of Passage’ from a concert in Warsaw, Poland and ‘Zaidi Sluntse’, a collaboration between the choir and beatbox world champion SkilleR, marrying vocal skills that could not be more contrastive to great effect.

    1. Shandai Ya (Version)
    2. Stanka (Choir Version)
    3. Zaidi Sluntse (Previously unreleased)
    4. Mome Malenko (Radio Edit)
    5. Rano Ranila (Version)
    6. Rite Of Passage (Live in Warsaw)
    7. Shandai Ya

    – LP (black vinyl) with printed inner sleeve (700 copies available)

  • Distribution,  Vinyl

    Peter Ulrich ‎– Pathways And Dawns

    Peter Ulrich ‎– Pathways And Dawns
    Label: Infinite Fog Productions ‎– IF-103LP
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered
    Country: Russia
    Released: 2020
    Style: Folk Rock, Ethereal, Folk

    Tthe first vinyl
    edition of Peter Ulrich’s debut solo album “Pathways And Dawns”.
    Widely known for his past work as drummer/percussionist with legendary Dead Can Dance and contributor to 4AD’s This Mortal Coil, Ulrich emerges here as a writer of hauntingly beautiful melodies
    and deeply poetic lyrics. “Pathways And Dawns” is packed with driving rhythms and meditative ritual patterns of percussion. With some inspired guitar-work, arrangement, and production from DCD mastermind Brendan Perry, the result is a pure delight…

    The album was recorded in two parts, the first in England in 1990, and the second after a long time break in 1996-97, by Brendan Perry at DCD’s Quivvy Church studio in Ireland. The album was released on CD in 1999 on the US label Projekt and was dubbed by critics as «the album the Beatles might have made had the group signed with 4AD instead of Capitol» and «a wonderful collection of songs that, while in the 4AD school, shimmers with an inner lightness that makes it very different «.

    This absolute masterpiece of spiritual music, so badly wanted on vinyl for so long, is available now. Mastered from Original master takes by Martin Bowes (Attrition).

  • CD,  Distribution

    Amber Asylum – Songs Of Sex And Death

    Amber Asylum – Songs Of Sex And Death
    Label: Prophecy – PRO 131
    Format: 2 CD, Album, Digisleeve
    Country: Germany
    Released: 26 Dec 2015
    Style: Ethereal, Ambient 

    Re-release incl. five bonus tracks

    CD 1

    1. Could You
    2. Devotion
    3. Luxuria
    4. Everything You Touch
    5. Vampire
    6. Secret Ions
    7. Dreams Of Thee
    8. Devotion Reprise

    CD 2

    1. Song Of The Spider War (Instrumental)
    2. Forest Deep
    3. Sopor
    4. Nana
    5. Rose Garden 

  • CD,  Distribution

    Amber Asylum – Sin Eater

    Amber Asylum – Sin Eater

    Label: Prophecy Productions– PRO 138
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: Germany
    Released: 04 Dec 2015
    Style: Neo-Classical, Post Rock, Ethereal

    Amber Asylum are unique

    Amber Asylum… a filmic fusion of modern classical and post-rock… where arias and Art Songs meet in a pale field of electronic disturbance. Equally at home in the opera house or the smoky, raucous din of an underground nightclub, Amber Asylum plumbs the crevasse between noise and beauty. Lyrical, confessional, dark yet aspirant, their strings, vocals, and spare percussion billow like furious mists across your consciousness. Dark as it is beautiful, spare as it is complex, its supernaturally decadent powers will overtake you in the remote reaches of your imagination.

    On “Sin Eater”, Amber Asylum’s first studio effort in six years, the four ladies from San Francisco combine the ominous energy of their drum- and bass-heavy albums “Garden Of Love” (2005) and “Still Point” (2007) with the lushest string arrangements in the band’s history. The subject matter of then album is the cleansing ritual of “sin eating”. Kris Force explains: “It still exists as a death ritual where the Sin Eater consumes a meal or ‘corpse cake’ that is passed over the body of the deceased or laid on the chest. The meal represents the sins of the deceased and once consumed by the Sin Eater the sins are released thereby allowing the soul to rest in peace. The album speaks of this process of taking on the pain of others to set them free.”

    “Sin Eater” does not only mark Amber Asylum’s debut for Prophecy Productions, but also the band’s 20th anniversary. In two decades, Kris Force and her fellow musicians released seven albums, several singles and EPs, not to forget their countless sampler contributions and collaborations with acts such as Neurosis, Swans or Sol Invictus. In order to celebrate the group’s 20th anniversary, a limited box set entitled “Anthology” is released at the same time as “Sin Eater”.

  • CD,  Vinyl

    Dead Can Dance ‎– Dead Can Dance

    Dead Can Dance ‎– Dead Can Dance
    Label: 4AD ‎– CAD 3622
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
    Country: UK & US
    Released: 08 Jul 2016
    Style: Goth Rock, Ethereal

    On their eponymous debut album, originally released in 1984, Dead Can Dance successfully harnessed a “bewitching barrage of sounds, layering grinding guitars and even a dulcimer-like yang chin over a taut wash of percussion. If the range of the group is staggering, then so too is their disciplined economy, no song lasting more than four minutes or degenerating into formless cacophony. With the ve group members continually interchanging instruments, only the vocals of Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry remain as a constant focus”.
    The 2016 LP version is a repress of the original release

  • Distribution

    This Mortal Coil ‎– Blood (2 × Vinyl)

    This Mortal Coil ‎– Blood (2 × Vinyl)
    Label: 4AD ‎– DAD 3X06
    Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Reissue, Remastered
    Country: UK
    Released: 07 Dec 2018
    Style: Modern Classical, Ethereal, Indie Rock, Ambient

    The new deluxe vinyl versions differ from the original releases with each album having had its artwork reimagined. Remastered audio made from the original analogue studio tapes in 2010.

    This edition is dedicated to Dee Rutkowski and Caroline Crawley.


    1. The Lacemaker
    2. Mr. Somewhere
    3. Andialu
    4. With Tomorrow
    5. Loose Joints
    6. You And Your Sister
    7. Nature’s Way
    8. I Come And Stand At Every Door
    9. Bitter
    10. Baby Ray Baby
    11. Several Times


    1. The Lacemaker II
    2. Late Night
    3. Ruddy And Wretched
    4. Help Me Lift You Up
    5. Carolyn’s Song
    6. D. D. And E.
    7. ‘Til I Gain Control Again
    8. Dreams Are Like Water
    9. I Am The Cosmos
    10. (Nothing But) Blood
  • Distribution,  Vinyl

    Wind Atlas – An Edible Body (Vinyl, LP)

    Wind Atlas – An Edible Body (Vinyl, LP)
    Label: B.F.E Records ‎– BFE 044, Hidden Track Records ‎– HT013
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Black or  Milky Clear
    Country: Spain
    Released: 26 Jan 2018
    Style: Dark wave, Cold Wave, Post-Punk,Experimental

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    An Edible Body, Wind Atlas’ new album, marks a turning point in the band’s trajectory. Their third record builds a new space for the band to experiment and play with new sounds and electronic rhythms. Strangely, An Edible Body is the band’s most experimental album and at the same time the most accessible.

    After a change in the band’s formation at the end of the Lingua Ignota (BFE, 2015) tour, Wind Atlas take a break from performing as to discover new sounds and work on a new album. Without a bass player, the band turns to electronic music as an answer for mixing their ritual  ways with new intensities and rhythms never explored by them before. If their first albums, the EP Fen Fire (BPR, 2012) and The Not Found (BPR, 2013), were essentially influenced by 4AD’s eighties bands like Cocteau Twins or Dead Can Dance, with Lingua Ignota, Wind Atlas discover an array of possibilities beyond the bands initial reverb-pumped folk songs. Opening up to post-punk, primitive sounds and spiritual chants, they begin to include post-industrial hints that would later crystallize in the form of this new album, An Edible Body.

    In search of this new sound, the band decide to record the album in New York with Sean Ragon, main figure of the current post-industrial scene, leader of the band Cult of Youth -whom they meet after performing together in Barcelona- and occasional guitarist of Psychic TV, seminal band of the industrial music scene: the chemistry in the studio was immediate. An Edible Body was recorded in just two weeks, one freezing month of February in 2017, at Sean Ragon’s basement studio in Maspeth, Queens, New York.


    The album experiments not only with new sounds but also with new forms of speech. That’s why “Desertor»opens the album, a crude and simple song, in which the voice finds itself almost alone, in the aridity of a desert, threatened by a noise in the background. Interferences interrupt the words and the voice goes out of tune due to tape manipulation.

    That interference foretells what is to come, the anticipation of a new affirmation called «Shedding Light”. The drum machine blends with the acoustic drums and metal plates, the synthesizers stand out and the voice sings ironically to a new reality,  built in a more assertive and cruder way than in previous albums.

    Despite the apparent distance between songs, An Edible Body sounds oddly solid. The dark ambient sound of “Camino de la cruz” is far from “How to Liquify” or “Ruins”, the most unabashed pop song the band has composed to date. In a way, Sean Ragons production gives unity to an eminently heterogenous album. The eastern influences of Lingua Ignota reappear in “Herencia de Jade”, with a danceable industrial beat that takes on more significance when performed live.

    “En la cruz” is a techno tribute to San Juan de la Cruz and probably, one of the central tracks on the album. The new version of some of the verses from his Cántico espiritual combined with a dense rhythm that culminates in a polifony of voices affirming the existence of the force of the invisible, product of Sean Ragon’s magic in the studio thanks to the sound processors used on bands like Coil or Chris and Cosey.

    On the other extreme we find “Under these Waters”, a sound poem that sings to a theme present in the band’s imaginary from the start: the uncanniness of water. “Under these Waters” is a song with a strong sexual component built through hipnotic cadences and suggestive synthesizers.

    “To Clarice” is a post-industrial ballad, fundamental to understand Wind Atlas’ new vibe. Again, the influence of poet Leopoldo María Panero is reflected in the lyrics, which speak of a cathartic encounter. “To Clarice” is also an offering to writer Clarice Lispector, as well as a recognition of one’s body and the foreign body, its senses and its meanings.

    The album is out on January 26 through labels BFE Records and Hidden Track on vinyl, and GH Records on CD

    An Edible Body, el nuevo trabajo de Wind Atlas, marca un punto de inflexión en la trayectoria de la banda.

    Tras un cambio de formación al final de la gira de Lingua Ignota (BFE, 2015), la banda decide dejar de tocar durante un tiempo para reflexionar, buscar nuevos sonidos y preparar un nuevo disco. Ya sin bajista, la banda desvía su mirada hacia la electrónica,buscando la manera de mezclar su ritual con una intensidad y unos ritmos nuevos no explorados hasta el momento. Si en sus primeros trabajos, el EP Fen Fire (BPR, 2012) y The Not Found (BPR, 2013), las influencias de las bandas de los ochenta del sello 4AD como Cocteau Twins o Dead Can Dance eran fundamentales, con Lingua Ignota, Wind Atlas encontraba una nueva grieta que abría un abanico de posibilidades más allá de las canciones folk inundadas de reverb de sus inicios.
    Se abrían al post-punk, a los sonidos primitivos y los cantos espirituales y empezaban a mostrar ciertos tintes post-industriales que se han cristalizado en su nuevo trabajo, An Edible Body.

    Con el objetivo de buscar ese nuevo sonido, deciden ir a grabar su disco a Nueva York con Sean Ragon, figura esencial de la escena post-industrial actual, líder de la banda Cult Of Youth –que conocen al compartir escenario en Barcelona- y guitarra ocasional en Psychic TV, banda seminal de la música industrial: la química en el estudio fue instantánea.
    El disco experimenta no solo con nuevos sonidos sino también con nuevas maneras de comunicarse. Su tercer disco construye un nuevo espacio que ha permitido al grupo experimentar con los sonidos y jugar con los ritmos electrónicos. Extrañamente,An Edible Body es el disco más accesible y, al mismo tiempo, más experimental de la banda. creditsreleases January 26, 2018

    ·Grabado y mezcldo por Sean Ragon
    (Cult of Youth, Psychic TV) en Queens,Nueva York.
    · Masterizado por Stephen Quinn en Analogue Heart
    · Diseño y arte del de Verushka Sirit (www.verushka.cat)
    Andrea Pérez: Voz
    Sergi Alejandre: Guitarra
    Raúl Q. de Orte: Sintes

  • GH Records

    Aythis ‎– The Illusion And The Twin

    Label: Orcynia Records – ORCY04
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: Europe
    Released: 06 Jan 2016
    Style: Neo-Classical, Ethereal

    Music, instruments, lyrics and vocals by Carline Van Roos.
    The Illusion and The Twin was recorded, mixed, mastered by Carline Van Roos from november 2014 to January 2015.
    “In the sleep of Haze” and “The Ground is Burning” were composed in 2011, remixed/remastered in 2015

    Artwork design by Matthieu Sachs

    Format : 3 panel Digipack

    Buy: 13 € http://www.gh-records.com/1038-aythis-the-illusion-and-the-twin.html

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  • GH Records

    AYTHIS was brought to life in France by Carline Van Roos (Remembrance, Lethian Dreams) in 2006.
    Lyrically inspired by dreams, isolation and death, Aythis aims to be timeless and isolated from human nature.
    Aythis’ harmonies are created by the alchemy of depressive keyboard atmospheres, haunting and hypnotic melodies, ethereal voice and dark orchestral drums.

    In July 2007, Aythis catches the interest of the english label Paradigms Recordings that releases Aythis’ debut album DOPPELGÄNGER in November 2007.

    After the succes of DOPPELGÄNGER, Aythis gets in contact with the well-known french label Prikosnovénie that releases the second album GLACIA in March 2009, a work that turns out to be more orchestral. GLACIA paints a picture of wintry, icy and desolated landscapes and receives very positive feedbacks from the press and the listeners.

    One year later, the composition of the third album begins. The follow-up for GLACIA is called THE NEW EARTH. Without losing the wintery atmospheres, this third album melt many influences and results in an unique blend of ethereal, neoclassical, neofolk rythmed by bombastic drums.

    Buy: http://www.gh-records.com/587-aythis-the-new-earth.html