Rafael Anton Irisarri's latest effort, 'Solastalgia' became available for pre-order on 4/9/19 through Room40's Bandcamp page. You are able to stream the hauntingly beautiful track, 'Coastal Trapped Disturbance'. The physical releases are very limited, so head over to Room40's page and pre-order a copy today!
"We find ourselves increasingly in a swell of solastalgia. Day to day, a vision of what might come to pass builds; one dystopian impression at a time. Solastalgia is not a new phenomena however, rather it has haunted us over the centuries. Change has never been humanities’ strong suit, but it has been our shadow. The perpetual ruptures in what we know and how we live are an inevitability; time takes no prisoners, no matter how tightly we might grasp things from moment to moment....
PITP is excited to announce an LP on the horizon titled, ‘The Last of Our Time Together’ by Hakobune. The album consists of two long pieces, encompassing the subtle and beautiful landscapes that Takahiro Yorifuji is known for. 32 minutes of serene, peaceful ambience.
Limited to 200 units & mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri.
The album is currently being manufactured and information concerning pre-order and release dates will be announced soon.
PITP is excited to announce a split LP on the horizon titled, ‘RÁS’ by Wayne Robert Thomas and Isaac Helsen. ‘RÁS’ is derived from a Faroese word, which roughly translates to “a strong current in a narrow passage which links two seas”, mirroring the outcome of Thomas’ & Helsen’s independent arrangements, cultivating a strong bond or link between their compositions. This will be limited to 200 units. Mastered by Rafael Anton Irisarri. Information regarding pre-order and official release date will be announced soon.
Wayne Robert Thomas:
'Cantus In Memoriam Mark David Hollis' is a very personal piece that mourns the loss of a very talented human being whose presence will be deeply missed in this world. He's had such a profound influence on me as well as many others and now I feel that his music carries any even greater weight than before when listening to it. This one is for Mark.
'A Grey Morning, Later Lovely Sunshine' was what Alexandra Fyodorovna described the day of July 16, 1918. Unbeknownst to her and the rest of the Russian royal family they were to be brutally murdered late into the night. I felt that this line described perfectly the month of February for me, a month that was full of loss and grief, as it had several overcast days and then sunlight would appear only for something tragic to happen.
Composed & recorded by Wayne Robert Thomas at the The Winter Dacha in Fairland, Indiana, February 26-27th of 2019. Arranged for electric guitar.
It is often only in hindsight that we are able to fully conceive the spaces we have traversed, notably in those metamorphic shifts of the mind. In looking back, our vision widens and clarifies; the darkness—once so intrusive and internal—is recast. Held against the light, its burden lifts and takes a different shape. The melancholy remains but is buoyed by a new hopefulness, a landscape unfolding, a bright contentment with what is and has been.
Guitar, piano, tape, and electronics composed and performed by Isaac Helsen. Strings composed and performed by Jeffrey Niemeier. Arranged by Jeffrey Niemeier and Isaac Helsen. Recorded, arranged, and mixed at La Chambre de Rêve by Isaac Helsen in January and February of 2019.
Kyle Bobby Dunn - ‘From Here to Eternity’
PITP MMXIX LP Series
Past Inside the Present is very excited to announce that we will be releasing Kyle Bobby Dunn's, 'From Here to Eternity' on multiple formats in late spring 2019. This mammoth collection of arrangements will feature some of KBD's favorite music artists & composers (which includes four PITP artists): Benoit Pioulard, Wayne Robert Thomas, Isaac Helsen, Scott Morgan, Mark Nelson, Steve Hess, Robert Donne, Maryam Sirvan, and Michael Vincent Waller. Please sign up for PITP's newsletter to receive updates on the progress of this pressing and information pertaining to the release.
PITP’s 18 in 18’
PITP’s 18 albums in 2018 that you need in your collection. These artists will also be releasing exclusive material on the PITP label in 2019. Please support these artists and purchase their work!