Category: releases

Glass Bird Movement Album Walkthrough

It’s a lovely big day for us today – Glass Bird Movement is finally released on Morr Music! We’ve always enjoyed the process of making albums, and we’ve always employed a peculiar method of compiling each release … so we were really happy that Das Filter asked us to walk through the album and share a little insight into our inner workings. It’s in both English and German if you click through the link:

http://dasfilter.com/sounds/spickzettel-und-songanalysen-isan-ueber-ihr-neues-album-glass-bird-movement


Glass Bird Movement album stream on Indiemusic.fr

Exactly a week prior to the full release, you can stream Glass Bird Movement in it’s entirety at indiemusic.fr.

Also, an interestingly invertebratecentric review, especially for our Francophone friends.

http://www.indiemusic.fr/2016/…/07/isan-glass-bird-movement/


Parley Glove – premiere

We’ve given a few hints here and there over the last few months that there would be something new from us this year…. well finally we’re really *really* happy to let you know that our new album “Glass Bird Movement” will be out on Morr Music on October 14th! The kind folks at GROOVE-Magazin have premiered “Parley Glove” from the album today – you can read about it German (and listen in all languages) here:

http://groove.de/…/isan-track-premiere-parley-glove-morr-m…/

 

We’ll post more about the album soon! x


AM FM etc – John Brenton

Our old pal and one-time Wurlitzer Jukebox and Liquefaction Empire label-mate John Brenton has just released a lovely compilation spanning 20 years of his output. Recording variously as Metrotone, Ojn, Southville, Tonfedd Oren and Landshipping, the collection also includes this spoken word track we made together (on 4-track cassette!) waaayyy back in the day….

Available to buy here, and streamable on Spotify here.


The Sly and Unseen Remix

We have a remix on this new Sly and Unseen album on Hibernate. As well as us, the album features some other lovely mixes, cool original tunes and, in the humble opinion of your correspondent, beautiful artwork.

You really should have a look. And a listen.