Michna and label founder Sam Valenti IV last linked for 2009’s Seeing Colors, a mix of Ghostly influences for the label’s 10th anniversary. In advance of the label’s 15th year, the pair have mixed a house/techno survey recorded at the end of the summer 2013 on the heels of SV4’s MOMA PS1 set and as Michna was recording his new material. Prescriptive Haze offers a set of melancholy and hook-heavy floor cuts.
We’re pleased to announce our sixth-annual Blue Monday Sale in The Ghostly Store.
Take advantage of 15% off all goods, music, and clothing. There are no limits. You can use it more than once, and (by all means) share it with your friends.
This year we’ve extended the sale a full day, but don’t let that extended time lull you into waiting, we’ve lots of items that will sell out and won’t be restocked for the holiday.
Audion’s four-year silence came to an end this week with “Motormouth.” Opening with relentless rave-era repetition and an endlessly ascending bassline, “Motormouth” climbs to perilous heights while a manic Vocoder jabbers in your ear. It’s a little sinister, a little mad, and sounds like ten parties happening at once—it could only be Audion.
Tycho’s brand new track “Awake” premiered yesterday as a harbinger of more new material of his to come in 2014.
We’ll be throwing a CMJ party over at Output a week from today on Friday, the 18th. Starting at 10 PM and running until 6 AM, the full lineup includes Com Truise, Joel Ford (of Ford & Lopatin), Lord Raja, Heathered Pearls, Patrick Russell, Nitemoves, and Contakt.
Stay / True is the brand new EP from Fort Romeau, following his Jetée / Desire single on Ghostly and his SW9 single on Spectral Sound released earlier this year. The 12” version of the EP comes with an exclusive track (“Trust Me”), as does the digital version (the dancefloor-focused house belter “And Now”). You can stream the vinyl exclusive track, “Trust Me,” above.
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Following the release of his third full length, No Better Time Than Now, Shigeto revealed a new video this week for the album’s first single, “Detroit Part 1.” From monochrome scenes in a derelict wasteland to bursts of immense liquid-colours, the video leaves a lot to be questioned and a lot to be discovered. Just over a minute in, a trigger is pulled and pupils are dilated, then the pounding hip-hop beat comes in and from there it’s certainly a dream-like journey, you can’t help but get involved in.
Meanwhile, Shigeto kicks off his tour with Beacon and Heathered Pearls tonight and will be on the road with them well into October.
ADULT. will be playing a number of festivals and one-off shows between now and October. Tomorrow also sees the release of the Tonight, We Fall single, which features the originally track alongside a rework from John Foxx & The Maths.
We’re proud to announce the release of Andy Gilmore’s Nebula Series, the first self-contained body of work the artist has released under Ghostly International Editions. The series, comprised of six stunning compositional variations on a theme, is some of Gilmore’s most poetic work to date, juxtaposing geometric pattern, gaseous color shift, and negative space to evoke a sense of celestial wonder.
The series is available individually in two sizes of limited edition prints and also as a limited edition, custom made cloth-bound artist folio containing the complete set.
Shigeto’s new album, No Better Time Than Now, is streaming over at Hypemachine today in advance of its August 20th release date; meanwhile, there are still a few copies of the record available for pre-order in The Ghostly Store.