THE GLASS BEADS Therapy LP VINYL 2020 LTD.500 (VÖ 06.11)

Art.Nr.: 44210

EAN: 648275357254

EUR 19,99
inkl. 16 % USt

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  • Gewicht 0.60 kg

Artikel ist lieferbar ab 06.11.2020






LP Vinyl
1st run is Strictly Limited to 500 hand-numbered copies!

Year: 06.11.2020
Label: Fabrika

A1 Therapy 
A2 Music Box 
A3 Dark Side 
A4 Beat it  
A5 Nightmare

B1 City of Anger  
B2 Monster 
B3 Not broken, But confused  
B4 Hall of Thousand Fears
B5 Little Creature  
B6 Room 401


With silent film cinematic aesthetics imbued with unique and 21st-century flair, Ukranian Coldwave Duo The Glass Beads invoke sorrowful sounds, both strange and sensual, on their debut (vinyl-only release) LP “Therapy”: melancholic life stories focused on the search and struggle of trying to find your way as an individual way and to accept yourself. These themes explored on the record are filled with pain and anger as well as hope. The Glass Beads feature the talents of musicians Mark Arshynnikov and Morin Sane, a pair of musicians whose Slavic features construct an appearance that is altogether commanding, beautiful and timelessly Gothic, yet gracefully tempered with a modern and tasteful style woven between two eras of the centennial: 1920, and now. In collaboration, Mark and Morin conjure melodies that reverberate like footsteps through The hallways of an abandoned house, haunted by memories of love, sickness, and death. Their  melodic music is interwoven with sighing keys, palpitating drum machines, sauntering basslines, and disaffected vocals like an eastern european version of Velvet Underground chanteuse Nico. It has been 4 years since the two made their debut with “Going”, a song that would two years later make itself part of The Glass Beads’ 4 track debut EP Phobia issued on cassette via Squall Records. For that release, The Wave of Things [a popular dedicated Wave channel on Youtube] spotlighted the pair in their Sounds of Ukraine episode, describing them as a cross between Lebanon Hanover and Drunken C, and highlighted their mesmerizing video for the title track “Phobia”, where a blindfold vocalist Morin Sane drifts amongst a field of sunflowers in stark black and white.

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