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Immaterial Possession: Immaterial Possession: Limited Edition Transparent Blue Vinyl LP
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Immaterial Possession: Limited Edition Transparent Blue Vinyl LP

Immaterial Possession

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  • Release Date 20 January 2023
  • Buy Now: Estimated Dispatch within 10 - 12 days
Product code
FIRELP691
Format
Vinyl LP
Label
Fire Records

Transparent Blue Vinyl w/ download card. The debut album from post-folk travellers Immaterial Possession, a quartet, half of whom came from an artist commune and half who were card-carrying Elephant6 alumni. ‘Immaterial Possession’ is a rich tapestry of a record, a gorgeous, melodious return to a time when influences co-habited freely and whatever was close at hand made the music of the day. All set to Syd Barrett-era Floyd and Nico with haunting lines, it’s perfectly tinged with gamelan harmonies, evocative Spanish guitars and xylophone. Exuding mystical symbolism; they wear luscious threads, they’re part of something/anything; perhaps a neo-modern-folk commune of artists in search of a canvas to stretch out over their juxtaposed influences. Immaterial Possession was conceived by Atlanta natives, Cooper Holmes and Madeline Polites, who met while living together at an Atlanta artist commune that was integrated into the DIY music, theatre, and arts scene. Some years later the duo moved to the neighbouring musical town of Athens, GA. They were soon joined by seasoned drummer, John Spiegel, and eventually fulfilled with multi-instrumentalist Kiran Fernandes (keyboards, clarinets, flutes) - descendant of the Elephant 6 Collective scene. It’s eastern, it’s eerie dream pop, it’s spacious and ethereal… A perfectly wild trip, and where it ends is immaterial.

Tracks
Side A
1 Midnight Wander  
2 See Through Stars  
3 Tropical Still Life  
4 In The Loom  
5 Phase one  
Tracks
Side B
1 Bosphorus Brine  
2 Circle of Bells  
3 Rising Moons  
4 Accidental Summoning  
5 Phase Two  
6 Nightcap