Lavascar

Garden of Memory

The Vinyl Factory

VF306

Lavascar

Garden of Memory

The Vinyl Factory

VF306

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ARTIST
Lavascar
TITLE
Garden of Memory
LABEL
The Vinyl Factory
CAT NO.
VF306
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    29/03/2019
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Electronica Experimental
FEATURING
Lavascar
ASSETS
MISC.
180g vinyl

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Infinite
  2. A2. Memory
  3. A3. Empty Continent
  4. A4. Respite
  5. B1. Irreversible
  6. B2. Acceleration
  7. B3. Exorcise
  8. B4. Advances

SALES NOTES

Lavascar is a sound and music project by creative instigator and provocateur Michèle Lamy, multi-disciplinary artist Nico Vascellari and Lamy’s daughter, the artist Scarlett Rouge.

Following the release of their debut album A Dream Deferred in 2017 – which was inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem Montage Of A Dream Deferred, the trio will release new album Garden Of Memory through The Vinyl Factory label.

Drawing on the work of Lebanese-American poet, journalist and artist Etel Adnan, Garden Of Memory explores the tension between the organic and industrial, layering both Rouge and Lamy’s idiosyncratic delivery over Vascellari’s ambient and EBM-influenced electronics. After Vascellari described the debut LP as “an evocation of Michèle Lamy sitting in a cave, surrounded by wild beasts ready to devour her”, Lamy says the new record has loftier concerns: “So far it seems like we are more in the cosmos… We are coming out of the hole!” Lamy continues: “I like poetry, I don’t like when there is sentence that tells you everything, I like suggestion.” It was for this reason that Lamy was drawn to the 93-year-old Adnan – “a woman explaining what’s going on in life. We can say everything is political, this is especially important.” It’s a sentiment that Scarlett Rouge echoes: “She wrote political poetry, and she is a journalist, so that’s why I think when Michèle discovered her there was an immediate sense that this is now what needs to be felt and said.’

Published: 7th March 2019

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