You See Records

Pre-order item. Expected on or around: 10-02-2023

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180g Eco-Friendly Black Vinyl 2LP

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A1. Quiet Corners Of My Mind
A2. Priestess
B1. Walking In The Rain
B2. Dungeon
C1. Seventh Seal
C2. Arthur
D1. Sunset
D2. The Fool
Eco-friendly vinyl    
·         Over 60% reduction in energy consumption   
·         85% reduction in carbon impact   
·         Pressed from a unique innovative plastic   
·         Less waste   
·         Faster manufacturing   
·         More recyclable   
·         Audio quality as good as standard vinyl – in fact the manufacturers claim that the quality can exceed standard pressing due to the benefits of injection moulding  
• 180g 2LP
Romare announces his new album Fantasy to be released in November on his newly minted label, You See. Fantasy takes a more abstract approach to sampling than his previous work, bringing his own instrumentation and vocals to the fore, while folding elements from 1970s fantasy cinema into his distinctive strain of rhythmic, off-centre electronica and kinetic club music.
As Romare, Archie Fairhurst’s working practice is rooted in collage, building vivid new forms out of existing material. Playful and immediate, but also deeply researched and compelling, his albums and performances reaching back to 2012 unfurl as a patchwork of inspirations and obsessive lines of enquiry made up of a global panoply of source material.
He explains: “The inspiration of Fantasy came from long walks and fantasy films during lockdown. I used to draw monsters and mythical creatures as a child and that interest was reignited in isolation. The album is dedicated to my dad, so I’ve combined photos he took as a young man with my own from recent walks, to build a fantasy land and sea. The sun or moon is a drawing from when I was 4 or 5 years old and the beast is a collage of animals and birds from secondhand books I’ve picked up along the way.
The samples come more from film on this record, and the influence of Medieval music can be heard in some of the songs. I enjoyed listening to the band Gryphon at one point while making the album and was inspired by the ‘otherworldly’ instruments they used in their recordings. There is something spooky about combining film samples with sounds of popular instruments from the past.”

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February 03, 2023

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