Posts tagged with "YlangYlang"

Video Premiere: YlangYlang – “Serpent Symbolism”

August 3, 2017

Video Premiere: YlangYlang – “Serpent Symbolism” For Montreal auteur YlangYlang the snake is a symbol of self, of repetition and the continuity we all hope for in life. Her track “Serpent Symbolism,” featured on the Sante Fe-based Atrium label’s new compilation Farewell, looks back on her own history with a peaceful, almost elegaical... 

Decoder Podcast #06: Boomarm Nation, Bedlam Tapes, & Arachnidiscs

June 6, 2017

Decoder Podcast #06: Boomarm Nation, Bedlam Tapes, & Arachnidiscs While we finish off with our proofs for the new Decoder print issue, we’re thrilled to share a label-focused installment of our podcast. This heady episode features segments produced in-house by each imprint involved. We start off with a wide-ranging look into the celestial and experimental veins... 

Week in Review #105

February 13, 2016

Week in Review #105 #1 – 2.8.16 – Northern Spy unveiled a teaser for their new LP with Horse Lords, a little more fuel heaped on their already stout seeming 2016 pyre of releases (fleshed out by Ravi Shenkar, Horselover Fats, Odetta Hartman, and more). The album, titled Interventions, will be available in... 

Week in Review #97

December 5, 2015

Week in Review #97 “I had mentioned at the end of the last episode that a feature on Pumice was in the works for the weeks ahead, and I can assure you that is indeed still the case. But, in the interest of showcasing some more new music, along with a few recent record fair scores, I thought I’d go ahead and squeeze... 

Stream: YlangYlang – ‘No Exist (Feel Special)’

November 18, 2015

Stream: YlangYlang – ‘No Exist (Feel Special)’ “No Exist is about being mind-blown, deconstructing and starting again with a fresh, curious openness, somewhere on the edge of the world. Self-sufficiency, self-discovery, transcending survival by establishing new rules, interacting in new instinctive and true ways.” In truth this description... 

Week in Review #65

April 25, 2015

Week in Review #65 Though the official announcement is now nearly a week out of date, I can’t help but direct attention to Baro Records’ wonderful cassette reissue of Julian Lynch’s 2009 Orange You Glad LP for Olde English Spelling Bee. When I bought that record, shortly before escaping my fiendish... 

Week in Review #62

April 4, 2015

Week in Review #62 “It took a few different studios and a few extra hours to bring you this latest FFFoxy Podcast, but I couldn’t be more excited about the range of sounds covered within this particular episode. Included are some major new works from personal favorites Graham Lambkin & Michael Pisaro, Joey... 

Week in Review #53

January 24, 2015

Week in Review #53 We’re beginning this Week in Review with a couple exciting announcements. From now on, Free Form Freakout’s exceptional, ongoing FFFoxy Podcast will be co-hosted every weekend in the Week in Review, heading up alternate installments. The FFFoxy Podcast was born out of the free range approach... 

Week in Review #24

June 21, 2014

Week in Review #24 #1 – 6/15/2014 – “…one person’s hard-won virtuosity is another person’s competent conventionality.” My week began with an entertaining essay from The New Republic’s art critic Jed Perl, riffing obliquely on the contemporary art scene’s search for authenticity... 

Video Premiere: Hazy Montagne Mystique – “Pour une fois, laisse moi te regarder avec mes propres yeux”

June 20, 2014

Video Premiere: Hazy Montagne Mystique – “Pour une fois, laisse moi te regarder avec mes propres yeux” Hazy Montagne Mystique is Montreal based experimentalist/hierophant Chittakone Baccam, one of the three “wyrd” coagulations responsible for Jeunesse Cosmique, a growing refuge for psychedelic recorders of all types. Though a cursory perusal of his Bandcamp and web presence may give the... 

Week in Review #6

February 15, 2014

Week in Review #6 Happy morning  after Valentine’s Day! We took the day off but it was still an exciting week for new releases, cassettes and otherwise. This installment ended up looking a little light on mixes, so here’s a four hour live-set that amounts to one; found courtesy of AT/NU (whose excellent... 

2013: Beware of Crocodiles

January 15, 2014

2013: Beware of Crocodiles In 2013, my favourite song had a simple, catchy melody and the following lyrics: Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream; If you see a crocodile Don’t forget to SCREAM! This past year was my first full year of fatherhood, with all the associated glories and challenges, and by far the most... 

Video: YlangYlang – “Temporary Opalescent Death”

October 22, 2013

Video: YlangYlang – “Temporary Opalescent Death” Montreal-based YlangYlang, aka Catherine Debard, one of three musicians behind the Jeunesse Cosmique imprint, recently unveiled a beautiful new video for “Temporary Opalescent Death,” off her upcoming album Blossom. Directed and edited by Jane L. Kasowicz, the video is a perfect companion... 

Hazy Montagne Mystique/YlangYlang – Magical Luv

September 19, 2013

Hazy Montagne Mystique/YlangYlang – Magical Luv As a general rule, glorious sounds emanate from Montreal. This gentle cassette, with one side each from Jeunesse Cosmique label owners Catherine Debard (YlangYlang) and Chittakone Baccam (Hazy Montagne Mystique), is but one example of the staggeringly remarkable stream of audible bliss that leaks in...