Joni Void - Selfless download album
Acheter Joni Void - Selfless - Constellation - LP, Album, 180 - CST125, inclut Song Siènne, Observer (Natalie's Song), Doppler, Empathy (Ayuko's Song), Aesthetics of Disappearance, Désolé (Pardon the Interruption), Cinema Without People, Yung Werther (Ogun's Song), Abjection.
Album · 2017 · 12 Songs.
Aesthetics Of Disappearance" by Joni Void from the album Selfless.
Listen to Selfless by Joni Void on Deezer.
Contact Joni Void on Messenger. eternal love and gratitude to Natalie, Ayuko, Ogun and Ky, for making the songs exist, and to Constellation for making the album happen - and a multitude of other friends that would take forever to list, who have supported me and this album during the process, and helped its existence. i hope you'll feel this album - it is a much more cathartic, abstract, dark approach to my music, compared to my previous output, but definitely is more cohesive, conceptual and thematic.
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Joni Void is the newly minted pseudonym of producer Jean Cousin – known until now in the Soundcloud, Bandcamp and other online communities as johnny ripper. A self-taught musician making tracks since he was 14 years old and living in Lille, France, Cousin moved to Montréal in 2012 to pursue Film Studies. He plunged into the city’s fertile DIY/loft scene and in a spirited transformation, evolved from cloistered bedroom/virtual persona to highly engaged organizer and performer. Selfless is chock full of stand-out tracks that work in isolation but also make for a wonderfully complex, coherent and compelling album of experimental plunderphonics. Joni Void presents a debut album that balances the freeform spirit of sampledelica with the conceptual, emotive and stylistic specificity of individual songcraft, to glorious effect. Released by: Constellation Records. Album release date: 3 May 2017.
Observer (Natalie's Song), 03:26. Empathy (Ayuko's Song), 04:08.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||Observer (Natalie's Song)
Words By, Vocals – Natalie Reid
|A4||Empathy (Ayuko's Song)
Featuring – Noah
|A5||Aesthetics of Disappearance||4:05|
|A6||Désolé (Pardon the Interruption)||1:00|
|B1||Cinema Without People||4:45|
|B2||Yung Werther (Ogun's Song)
Vocals – Ogun*
|B4||Disassociation (Kyla's Song)
Vocals – Kyla Brooks*
|B6||Deaf (No More Songs)||1:00|
- Mastered At – Grey Market Mastering
- Mastered At – Rye Bread
- Pressed By – Optimal Germany
- Artwork By – Ian Ilavsky
- Created By, Producer, Mixed By, Artwork By – Jean Cousin
- Mastered By – Ryan Morey
NotesMusic informations :
"Song Siènne" is based on Erik Satie's "Gnossiènne no.4" (see Gnossiennes 1-7).
"Observer" uses words/vocals by Natalie Reid.
"Doppler" uses "doppler.siren.mp3" by freesound.org.user Jobro.
"Empathy" uses electric piano+vox/whispers by Ayuko Goto (known as Noah ).
"Aesthetics of Disappearance" is based and samples Christine Groult's "Le Sourire de l'Ange" (see La Condition Captive).
"Cinema Without People" samples "The Big Sleep", a film by People Like Us.
"Yung Werther (Ogun's Song)" uses drones+vocals by Ogun (known as Tide Jewel).
"Disassociation (Kyla's Song)" is entirely made with vocals by Kyla Brooks (known as Nag).
"Agnosia" is based and samples "moDernisT" by Ryan Maguire.
Record informations :
Barcode on the sleeve's sticker.
Record comes in a heavyweight jacket printed on 100% recycled 24pt Orford paperboard with black poly-lined audiophile dust sleeve, a 12"x12" art/credit insert + 12"x19" art print poster, and a download card for a 320kbps MP3 copy of the album.
Durations are not provided.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 666561012519
- Matrix / Runout (A-side): BG64723-01 A1 S7
- Matrix / Runout (B-side): BG64723-01 B1 S7
|CST 125||Joni Void||Selfless (CD, Album)||Constellation||CST 125||Canada||2017|