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Atmosphreq is the moniker of Philadelphia-based composer James Falconi. Though his career in music began with performance, playing and recording with various bands for nearly 10 years, his strength and main interest became composition. After a period of creating contemporary classical music for concert presentation, his main focus has become electro-acoustic music that is not intended for the concert hall, but various outlets including audio recordings, video, and installations. This self-titled release is his first as Atmosphreq.
Although music is what NOREMIXES does, and at its heart ‘Atmosphreq’ is a music release… James conceived the release as a multimedia project with original photography. Each track on the release is accompanied by a photograph that comments or relates to the music. NOREMIXES is pleased to offer a limited edition physical release consisting of five 4×6 photographs, hand-printed by the composer on high-quality gelatin silver paper (pictured above). Each box contains a download code and is hand-numbered.
The Atmosphreq ‘Black Box’ can be purchased directly from our site. Or on Bandcamp, where you will receive unlimited streaming of the release through the Bandcamp app as well. All orders will mail out Friday, April 3rd.
Preview the release below. It will be available digitally everywhere on April 6th.
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Tonight’s the night if you’re in the Philadelphia region! The NOREMIXES Showcase featuring 7 of the acts on the label is going down at Johnny Brenda’s. Starkey, Oh! Pears, Mikronesia, RVLVR, Beck-Fields, Winter Sleep and ghostinthehills will all be performing live. Doors are at 8pm and the show starts at 8:30. Hope to see you there.
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The Key / WXPN have posted a preview of our label showcase happening this Thursday at Johnny Brenda’s. We are really excited for the event in which 7 of the artists on the label are performing. If you’re in the Philadelphia area, definitely try to make it out! Doors are at 8pm; sets start at 8:30.
by ·Comments Off on Free Download of Beck-Fields “De Insomniis” Courtesy of Complex
We’re thrilled to be premiering the first music from Beck-Fields’ forthcoming album “Sophia”, which is out next week! Complex Mag have a really nice write up on their site as well as a download of the beautiful “De Insomniis”. (Just click the image above.)
You can also pre-order the album on our bandcamp page and you’ll get a download of another track “De Anima” right away. Head over there to preview the track.
by ·Comments Off on Preview ghostinthehills ‘Elegy’ EP courtesy of Insomniac
Insomniac have posted a really nice write-up on ghostinthehills‘s ‘Elegy’ EP which is released Monday on the label. Along with the write-up, they have a preview of the entire EP. So head over here to check it out!
You can also pre-order the release over at our Bandcamp page and you’ll instantly get the opening track “Fire Eyes”.
by ·Comments Off on Ballet This Weekend in Philadelphia With Live Music from Mikronesia
Mikronesia will be performing his score to the Nora Gibson Contemporary Ballet premiere of “2^57,885,161 – 1” live in Philadelphia tonight and tomorrow (February 27th and 28th). Tickets are still available but going fast. Head here to grab them.
Mikronesia’s album “In a River the Color of Lead” drops Monday on NOREMIXES. Our Kickstarter to press the album to vinyl is almost at its goal! Please consider supporting it if you haven’t already. Check that out here. The kickstarter ends Sunday.
by ·Comments Off on Mikronesia Kickstarter Still Needs Some Support, Preview Full Release Now
Mikronesia’s kickstarter to fund the pressing of his March 2nd release on the label “In a River the Color of Lead” is almost to its funding goal… but we still need a little more support. So we’ve made the full release available to preview on our soundcloud page! Please pledge to support the kickstarter if you can. We’d love to see this on vinyl.