Saturday, October 26, 2013

Coloccia & Turner November 1st show

Aaron and I will be showing new artwork, and have a sound installation at Hastings Cone Gallery on Vashon, November 1st-30th. The opening night(Nov.1st 6-9pm)DJ will be Joe Preston. I will also have a new book available for the first time at the show.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Mamiffer & Circle record release Today, ETC

Hello, SIGE has some new items in at the store today for the Mamiffer and Circle record release:

Mamiffer & Circle "Enharmonic Intervals (for Paschen Organ)" 2xLP and CD 
Mamiffer "Mare Decendrii" 2xLP re-press
Mamiffer & House of Low Culture "Split tape #3"
Mamiffer "LIVE (Through Daniel Menche)" tape
Mamiffer & Demian Johnston "split tape" re-press

The store also has some left over Mamiffer and House of Low Culture 2013 Fall tour merchandise: patches, shirts, sweatshirts and various release re-stocks.

Thank you! 

Monday, October 14, 2013

Barnett + Coloccia

Barnett and Coloccia LP release date in November on Blackest Ever Black.

More information HERE.

A tape cassette release will be available from SIGE.

Preview a track HERE.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Mamiffer & Circle

Happy to announce the arrival of the Mamiffer & Circle "Enharmonic Intervals (for Paschen Organ)" 2xLP. It is available for pre-order in our webstore as of now, and the CD version (from Ektro Records), will follow shortly. Both formats will also be available in stores on Oct 15th. Preview tracks from the album may be heard on our Soundcloud page.

Thank you!

"Recorded over a single day at Keski-Porin Kirkko, the nineteenth-century stone church in the heart of Circle's hometown, the basic tracks for Enharmonic Intervals exude divine inspiration. Caressed by Faith Coloccia, Aaron Turner, Jussi Lehtisalo, and Mika Rättö, the house of worship's immense Paschen organ sets a liturgical, contemplative mood, which persists unabated through a cycle of improvisations and short compositions. The album opens and closes with slowly building sinfoniettas of sustained drone and flatlining feedback that shine heavenly light onto the wan, academic corpse of avant-garde minimalism. In the middle, all sorts of hell breaks loose: Coloccia chants wordless omens on a distant shore, Turner shouts his lungs out, Lehtisalo speaks in tongues from atop synthesized snowbanks, Rättö gargles operatic gibberish, hummingbird guitars flutter past, and delicate chords glisten like dewdrops on Arctic lichen."
-Jordan Mamone, New York, NY