Faten Kanaan - A Mythology of Circles
We're huge fans of Faten's beautiful, organic music. Proud as punch to be bringing you a Dinked Edition.
+ Dinked Edition Number 68Inspired by cinematic forms and mythological story structures: from sweeping landscapes and quiet romances, to patterned tensions and dream sequences; Faten brings an earthy, visceral touch to electronic music. In symbiosis with technology is an appreciation for the vulnerability of human limitations and nuances.
+ Red & White “Inkspot” vinyl
+ Bespoke hand-numbered “Moon Phase” calendar
+ Spot gloss sleeve
+ Download code
+ Limited edition of 300
All the sections are played in real time, neither looped nor sequenced- allowing for subtle changes to unfold. The use of VST sampled choral voices in this album embodies the forlorn state of technological acceleration, and the desire to return to a vulnerable human sound. The album art also explores a complicated relationship with technology: the statue comes from a series of digital replicas, returning in its last stage to a more intimate and handmade feel.
Composed, produced and mixed by Faten Kanaan, the album was mastered by Heba Kadry (Bjork, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Julianna Barwick).
+ Black Vinyl has a spot gloss sleeve, download card included.
1. Patagonia Motet 1: Lago
2. The Archer
4. Birds of Myrrh
5. Night Tide / Anteros
7. Mist & Madrigal
10. Patagonia Motet 2: Andes
11. The North Wind
12. The Heron
13. Ishtar Terra
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