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Sweden's Korallreven is set to release one of the most beautiful records we've heard all year (featuring guest vocal turns from Julianna Barwick + Victoria Bergsman) in November on Acéphale. To celebrate, the label is giving away the group's new A Dream Within A Dream mixtape -- which features a little preview of the new record + some dreamy new Korallreven remixes of tracks by the likes of Ciara, Britney, and the Velvet Underground -- for free download...
Acephale is releasing a free new Porcelain Raft remixes EP, featuring re-works of tracks from his Gone Blind EP by the likes of Memoryhouse, Babe Rainbow, Memory Tapes, and more, including this hushed, transportive, Balearic-leaning take from Montreal's CFCF, who should probably produce this dude's next record:
Download Porcelain Raft's Gone Blind Remixes EP for free + purchase the original Gone Blind 12" here, courtesy of Acephale...
Here's a new jam from Austin's Pure X, taken from the group's forthcoming new record Pleasure, which drops next month via our friends at Acephale. Gorgeously hazed slow-burner "Dry Ice" may be the best song yet from these dudes, and it (along with previously unveiled new jam "Twisted Mirror") has us more psyched than ever to see them at next month's GvsB Fest:
Pleasure is out July 5 on Acephale...
Sweden's Korallreven has released an expanded digital version of their blissfully bittersweet, long sold-out Honey Mine 7" single, featuring new remixes by Lissvik, Memoryhouse, and Nacho Lovers, plus this beautiful, considerably more melancholy strings-laden re-work of "Honey Mine" by Korallreven themselves...
"the truest whale, the truest rounded mandorla, the shape of sunshine and piercing thought; firm but soft, moving with certainty through the oceans..."
Here's a dream-like reinterpretation of Korallreven's "The Truest Faith" from fellow Swedish duo Sail A Whale, in advance of the group's new 12", Sail A Whale - A Documentation, out next week as a collaborative release between Sincerely Yours + Acéphale:
Korallreven's gorgeous new Honey Mine 7" single -- featuring the familiar warm, velvety vocals of Taken By Trees' Victoria Bergsman -- is finally out now on Acephale. The radio rip of the A-side has been floating around for a minute, but here's the final version as it appears on the 7":
Purchase the Honey Mine 7" on rose/grey mixed vinyl here...