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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 elegantly-woven texture of easy listening. ‘The Things We Let Fall Apart’ and ‘Thunderswan’ were mastered by Lawrence English.
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Sontag Shogun
It Billows Up

It Billows Up (it really does, you know) is the third LP from Brooklyn experimentalists Sontag Shogun. The trio's style brings together elements of free jazz, post-rock, drone, ambient and contemporary classical composition to create delicate and intricate soundscapes. On It Billows Up they come through with some of their most nuanced and tender compositions yet - it’s a record in the company artists like Dead Light and Snow Palms. Out via Youngbloods (Suplington, Annabel (lee)).
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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 and on Youngbloods. 

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 studio versions to be released later this year. so its a sneaky look at ideas that are now fully formed. 2015, NYC is self-released by the band.