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Vanessa Wagner
Inland Versions

Pianist Vanessa Wagner’s recent [Inland] LP spawns a half-dozen remixes, collected together on the new InFiné release Inland Versions. By and large these versions retain the spirit of the originals - entries from artists like Nadia Struiwigh, Suzanne Ciani and GAS are all, to varying degrees, ambient and pretty. However, the Inland Versions rulebook is torn up on its last track, a monolithic deconstructed club reworking of ‘Struggle For Pleasure’ by Huema Utku.
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La Sangre Iluminada

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Vanessa Wagner

The indescribably talented French pianist Vanessa Wagner - who provided the haunting hook for Aphex Twin’s ‘Avril 14th’ - interprets a large number of rare pieces by minimalist composers, including Gavin Bryars, Moondog, Meredith Monk and Philip Glass, on this excellent new compilation Inland. On InFine.

Carl Craig
Versus Acoustic Versions

Ahead of Carl Craig’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall concert in collaboration with the Chinake! Orchestra comes this four-track 12” EP of versions of tracks from his 2017 Versus album. Rendered with acoustic instruments and without the use of beats or electronics, it once again shows that techno is perfectly capable of translating into high culture contexts. 

Deena Abdelwahed

Deena Abdelwahed has her roots in the Tunisian alternative music scene. She went on to DJ everywhere around the world, including Boiler Room and Concrete. She has an EP under her belt which centred on club music. She has changed gear somewhat for her debut album, Khonnar, which is an atmospheric work, centering on introspection. Limited edition deluxe LP with poster on Infine.

Léonie Pernet

Leonie Pernet, from Paris, has completed her debut full-length album and is now ready to send it out into the world. Crave features the vocal, piano and drumming talents of Pernet, also arranging the whole affair to her precise specifications. Crave is a dramatic and multi-faceted album, full of sleek beauty. Released by InFine.
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Carl Craig

Versus by Carl Craig was one of the first performances of its kind, bringing electronic beats to the same stage as violins and cellos. Originally performed in 2008 Planet E joins forces with InFiné to bring the Les Siècles orchestra, conducted by François-Xavier Roth, back together with Carl Craig for Versus’ first official recording. Available on CD, double LP or extended triple LP with additional acoustic versions.

Murcof x Wagner

After 6 years of working and performing together Murcof and pianist Vanessa Wagner have created a studio album that aims to reflect their live performances whilst tipping their collective hat to hugely influential composers. Reworking the likes of John Cage, Aphex Twin, and Erik Satie into pure texture and tone.

Pedro Soler + Gaspar Claus
Al Viento

Pedro Soler and Gaspar Claus (a father and son pairing, don’t ya know) recorded Al Viento, their second album together, in Iceland and Spain, with assistance from Valgeir Sigurössen and Matt Elliott. Cello and flamenco guitar dance gracefully around one another for a very atmospheric set. Al Viento is out on InFine.

The (Hypothetical) Prophets
Around The World With

InFine remaster and reissue The (Hypothetical) Prophets phenomenally obscure minimal synth album. Cut-up samples, strange deadpan vocals and harsh synthesizer from none-other than Bernard Szajner (of Visions of Dune fame) have made Around the World With the stuff of legend. Now it is available again on vinyl LP, with download code, and CD.

Bruce Brubaker
Glass Piano

I was hoping for a special piano made out of glass when I saw the title of this release, but recordings of Philip Glass’ solo piano works by Bruce Brubaker will do nicely enough. Brubaker certainly knows his way around these pieces, and the selection includes Glass’ ‘Metamorphosis’ Suite. Glass Piano is on InFine.

Zed (aka Bernard Szajner)
Visions Of Dune

Another rare synth classic for you all lovingly reissued by very careful people. This time its from a concept album based around Frank Herbert's 'Duner' by French electronic pioneer Bernard Szajner. The key words are sci-fi drones and otherworldly melodies drifting about creating an immersive listen. Rashad Becker remastered it in Berlin and there are two bonus tracks which feature on the CD or on the download code with the album.