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Sontag Shogun & Moskitoo
The Things We Let Fall Apart / The Thunderswan

Breathy-voiced Moskitoo (Sanae Yamasaki) joins forces with Sontag Shogun (Ian Temple, Jesse Perlstein and Jeremy Young) to produce a pair of gentle electroacoustic ambient numbers for Home Normal. Field recordings, piano, Moskitoo’s voice and various electronics are all more or less processed into an elega...view item »

Sontag Shogun
Patterns For Resonant Space

Based in Brooklyn, Sontag Shogun are an avant-garde sort of drone/ambience group that provide a rather relaxing and comforting background to your, well, life. Patterns For Resonant Space is their latest release and contains ten tracks that have been oddly named a seemingly random number. Available on limited Vinyl LP an...view item »

Sontag Shogun
2015, NYC

Brooklyn’s Sontag Shogun supported Haushka at Le Poisson Rouge in 2015 and the 6 tracks they played through have now been bounced down to cassette for release. Their sound is interesting, grounded in melodic piano with all sorts of tapes / objects / electronics colouring the atmosphere. Full stud...view item »

Sontag Shogun
Absent Warrior, Abandoned Battlefield

Cor, I really like this. A five track EP beginning with some very pretty piano playing all smothered in electrical feedback and fizzing, fluctuating tones, thunderous noise bursts or electro-acoustic ripping...it see...view item »

Sontag Shogun
Tale

Sontag Shogun create lovely chilling pieces of piano based neo-classical music but fill them to the brim with found sounds, snatches of dialogue and field recordings. The opening title track is a beautiful piece of piano bliss, a simple recurring motif that recalls the sweetness of Max Richter or Dusti...view item »

Sontag Shogun
LTFI EP

I’ve not encountered Sontag Shogun before, but a quick search of our site reveals that our Brian was very taken by the trio’s previous EP when that came in, and I have to admit that within moments of opener ‘Let The Flies In’ I’m pretty instantly won over too. Beginning with field recorded birdsong, a melanc...view item »