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Yara AsmarSynth Waltzes & Accordion Laments

Tracklist

A1To Die In The Country
A2Objects Lost In Drawers (Found Again At The Most Inconvenient Times)
A3From Gardens In The City We Keep Alive
A4Everything Is Wrapped In Cling Film
A5Are These Your Hands? Would You Like Them Back?
Featuring [With]Majd Chidiac
A6It Is 5:00 PM And Nothing Bad Has Happened To Us (Yet)
B1Three Clementines On The Counter Of A Blue-Tiled Sun-Soaked Kitchen
B2I Liked It Better When We Lived On See-Saw Hill
B3Jumana
B4Come Back Later
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Notes

Pro-dubbed cassette. Sage green cassette with on-body print. Pro-printed 4 flap J-Card.
200 copies worldwide.

All music written, recorded and played by Yara Asmar at her home in Beirut, Lebanon.

This production was made possible through a grant from Culture Resource

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  • Barcode: 0 604565 839527

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  • solipsisfiesta's avatar
    This is utterly spellbinding.
    The blissful detachment of the music exists in contrast to a very grounded personal story behind the album, a tribute to Asmar's grandmother. I think this only enriches the experience and makes me want to "Come Back Later". This contemporary artist works in Lebanon - in these insane times - rendering her "isolationist drone" more social than aesthetic. Read the interview to find out:

    https://thequietus.com/articles/33550-yara-asmar-interview

    HIVE Mind: please put this on vinyl!
    • arsebucket's avatar
      arsebucket
      the last lp/tape was great and a welcome find but this is even better. beautiful sound and arrangements

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