DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE - Gas Lit - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

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Label: Invada SKU: 12993 Catalogue ID: INV251LP Format:
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DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE - Gas Lit - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE - Gas Lit - LP - 180g Transparent Red Vinyl

€28.99

 

LABEL: Invada

CAT NO: INV251LP

BARCODE: 5051083166775

 

Tracklist:

Oblique
Prove It
Did You Have Something To Do With It
Denial
Far From Ideal
It’s Really Complicated
Mental Gymnastics
We Are Really Worried About You


DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE – Gas Lit

LP – 180g Transparent Red Vinyl housed in a Heavyweight Spined Sleeve with Printed Insert


Multidimensional duo Divide and Dissolve release their third full length studio album Gas Lit on Invada Records, produced by Ruban Neilson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

Divide and Dissolve members Takiaya Reed (saxophone, guitar, live effects) and Sylvie Nehill (drums, live effects) create instrumental music that is both heavy and beautiful, classically influenced yet thrillingly contemporary and powerfully expressive and communicative. Their music has the ability to speak without words and utilises frequencies to interact with the naturally occurring resonance.

 

‘We Are Really Worried About You’ presents a formidable saxophone sound giving way to a surge of crushing percussion and heavy guitar riffs. ‘Denial’ is a potent blend of Takiaya’s ominous and unsettling sax that blows wide open into riff city for almost eight glorious minutes. Both tracks encapsulate the message behind the music: to undermine and destroy the white supremacist colonial frameworks and to fight for indigenous sovereignty, black and indigenous liberation, water, earth and indigenous land given back.

 

For fans of James Baldwin, Osa Atoe, Adrienne Davies, the ocean and freshwater, breath/breathing, Toni Morrison, Octavia Butler, Afro futurism, indigenous futurism, indigenous sovereignty, slavery abolition, resistance, the forest, bodies of water, being submerged, the railroad and Ai Ogawa.