NANOCLUSTER - Vol 1: Immersion with Tarwater, Laetitia Sadier, Ulrich Schnauss, Scanner (LRS 2021) - 2x10" - Vinyl [SEP 4]

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NANOCLUSTER - Vol 1: Immersion with Tarwater, Laetitia Sadier, Ulrich Schnauss, Scanner (LRS 2021) - 2x10" - Vinyl [SEP 4]

NANOCLUSTER - Vol 1: Immersion with Tarwater, Laetitia Sadier, Ulrich Schnauss, Scanner (LRS 2021) - 2x10" - Vinyl [SEP 4]

€27.99 €13.99

 

RELEASE DATE: Sep 4th
LABEL: Swim
FORMAT: 2 x 10″ Vinyl
CAT NO: VWM56LP
BARCODE: 5024545930818

 


NANOCLUSTER – Vol 1: Immersion
w/ Tarwater, Laetitia Sadier, Ulrich Schnauss and Scanner
(LRS 2021)

2 x 10″ – Limited Edition Black Vinyl
[LRS2021-Sep4th]


On sale in store from 9am September 4th , remaining stock will be available online from 9pm September 4th.


Nanocluster Vol 1. is an album with some serious pedigree. It sees Immersion (aka Malka Spigel and Colin Newman of influential groups Minimal Compact and Wire respectively) collaborating with some of the finest left field artists of our era: Tarwater, Laetitia Sadier, Ulrich Schnauss and Scanner. The project was born out of a Brighton based club night, also called Nanocluster, run by Spigel and Newman alongside writer, broadcaster and DJ Graham Duff, and promoter Andy Rossiter. The club features a range of influential and cutting edge music acts. But the unique aspect of the evenings is that each show climaxes with a one off collaboration between Immersion and the headliners. The songs having been written and recorded in the studio in just three days prior to the performance – or one day in the case of Schnauss. “It could have just been a series of performances.” Says Newman. “But the fact that we had built the tracks in the studio for the performances means we had these recordings.” Says Spigel. The recordings have since been developed with Immersion heading up pro- duction duties. The result is a beautiful and unique album. “I think the really interesting thing is how different everybody is,” says Spigel. “Both as people and creatively.”