Visible Cloaks ‎– Reassemblage

Rvng Intl. ‎– RVNGNL37
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Screen
A2 Valve
Featuring – Miyako Koda
A3 Bloodstream
A4 Terrazzo
Co-producer – Joe Williams (8), Spencer DoranFeaturing – Motion Graphics*
A5 Wintergreen
A6 Circle
B1 Mask
B2 Mimesis
B3 Skyscraper
B4 Neume
Co-producer – Matt Carlson, Spencer DoranFeaturing – Matt Carlson
B5 Place

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"Valve" contains elements of Miyako Koda's "Sea of Love" from Jupiter, in addition to MIDI data generated by its digital analysis.
"Mimesis" contains MIDI data generated by the digital analysis of Aka pygmy vocal music.

Released with an obi strip and download card.
Durations are not provided.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 16670 16562 7

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RVNGNL37 Visible Cloaks Reassemblage(15xFile, MP3, 320) Rvng Intl. RVNGNL37 US 2017
RVNGNL37 Visible Cloaks Reassemblage(CD, Album) Rvng Intl. RVNGNL37 US 2017 Sell This Version
RVNGNL37 Visible Cloaks Reassemblage(15xFile, WAV, 24-) Rvng Intl. RVNGNL37 US 2017
RVNGNL037cd Visible Cloaks Reassemblage(15xFile, FLAC, Album) Rvng Intl. RVNGNL037cd Europe 2017


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May 10, 2018
This is the perfect soundtrack to assemble IKEA furniture to.


March 21, 2017

I have been a fan of certain Sakamoto songs since the 80's. He hit things I can only discribe as future music. His catalog is staggering and all over the place but I have always enjoyed tracks from his early 80's period. That said, this VC album has channeled that era and vaporized it. And it is STUNNING. The use of traditional Japanese instruments mixed with modern midi mastery makes this an essential album for me. Tonite, make sushi with an android.


February 22, 2017

Pretty great music, but I can't help but feeling like some of this ersatz woodwind, general MIDI mallet fandango would have been better switched out for some 'real' instruments. Some of it is just a bit TOO plastic, which of course may arguably be the beating aesthetic heart of this record, but knowing how much Spencer Doran loves (and loves to ape) Italian Minimalism and Japanese proto-New Age, etc, this sounds very thin by comparison. To my ears the finely crafted arrangements displayed across Reassemblage sometimes deserve better treatment than they receive.