K. Leimer Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Amazingly, this is a first-time vinyl version of the classic 1983 album 'Music For Land And Water', by K. Leimer. Originally only available as a cassette tape release, 'MFLAW' was composed for a series of four closed-loop tape machines, with each playing a loop of differing length, as a month-long art gallery installation. Only two synths and a pianet were used in the recording. The screen-printed sleeve artwork depicts an abstract topographical map; includes a large square insert. Limited (200 copies) reissue LP, on Les Giants.
- Vinyl LP (LES001)
- In stock and ready to ship
- Limited edition
Kerry Leimer / Like A Villain
FTS001 is the first in a series of split 12” on First Terrace. Here, the two sides come from different ends of the musical spectrum. Kerry Leimer takes his influences from artistic movements such as Dadaism and Surrealism and Krautrock, creating ambient and new age pieces from a punk perspective. Like A Villain is trained singer and composer Holland Andrews who creates widescreen soundscapes that can reach a glorious cacophony using her voice.
K. Leimer created Land of Look Behind by turning speech patterns into rhythms, resulting in an intriguing suite of luscious music. This particular reissue expands the original album to include three never-before-released tracks via download code. The LP features audio remastered by Greg Davis and also comes with an insert that includes an essay.
K. Leimer digs into his own archives for this reissue on his own Palace of Lights label. The questing synth sounds on Closed System Potentials were recorded in 1979, and are presented here in remastered and expanded form: a few tracks are previously unreleased. Plus an insert with an essay squeezed in alongside the LP.