Thursday, July 30, 2009

Pan sonic News from Blast First Petite

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Pan sonic news from their label, Blast First Petite:

Artist: Pan sonic & Keiji Haino
Title: Shall I Download A Black Hole and Offer It To You
Format: CD PTYT 014
Label: Blast First Petite (UK)
Date: 6 July 2009 (Mail Order from 15th June)

"The complete live recording from the 15th November 2007 concert at Berlin's Volksbühne. Music. Mystery. Magic Finlandian straight-men dual a last waltz with stand-up shamen, Mr Haino. All bow. Deluxe Packaging Designed by Stephen O'Malley."

  • Info @ Blast First Petite

    Blast First Petite also announced a Sunn 0)))) and Pan sonic joint release 7" (which seems to have been sold out already!):

    Sunn 0))) / Pansonic
    PTYT 021 - Release Date 1st June

    Limited editon of 1500 White Vinyl & 1500 Clear Vinyl

    This is serious......serious as a heart attack!
    The hooded ones touch branch wands with the unsmiling Finlanders for six epic minutes.
    Joe Preston intones the incantation as inscribed by the seer, Vega.
    Sky's crack, lightning bolts rend the sky, Valkyries ride the storm.

    Flip the disc,
    13 Crosses, 16 Blazin' Skulls.
    Sci-Fi electronic metal machine music.
    A live in hell 2008 version of a song first heard on Vega's cruelly ignored 2007 album "Station"
    All hail.
    Lost soulman of the Black Country, Stephen Burroughs, sometimes head Head of "Head of David".
    Gira-esque acoustic version and Stephen's first visit to a recording studio in near a decade.
    Time's a circle

    Twisted tunes in an inside out package.
    Beautifully rendered "hidden" drawings by Coulter Jacobsen: drawn and re-drawn from memory.
    The best batch yet.....?

    A Sunn 0))) / Pansonic - Che (6:00)
    B1 Alan Vega - Thirteen Crosses (Live 2008)
    B2 Stephen Burroughs - Goodbye Darling (4:05)

    Stephen Burroughs ex-Head Of David singer made a Brando-like return to the studio in the summer of 2008, for the first time in over a decade.

    Inside Cover Image: Coulter Jacobsen "Flash Falls After Donal" (2006)
    Special Thanks to Coulter & Corvi Mora Gallery, London.

    A Limited Edition of 3000

  • More info @ Blast First Petite

  • And a new Pan sonic album (PTYT 039) announced for October 2009 on Blast First Petite!
  • 1 comment:

    Rene Kita said...

    The Wire called this yet another solo album by Keiji Haino. I suspect that their sound worlds just blend too well, so that only Haino's sharp edges stick out...