• Free shipping nationwide for purchases over 11,000 yen (tax included)
Apologist // Anhedonia CD

Apologist // Anhedonia CD

¥ 1,450
  • Availability:

Philadelphia's experimental label No Rent Records has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a limited edition of 2020 CDs released in 300 by the state's ambient noise writer Apologist, which has also been released by Andrew Weathers's Full Spectrum and others.Includes 8 songs with noise in a melancholic drone.

Edition of 300.

No Rent Records:
"This record feels like being moved back and forth between a tentative field and a box, or watching a camera zoom out from a field to reveal it as a bubble in a storm, or having the wool ripped from your eyes repeatedly revealing you are in the storm and not in the field but you keep putting the wool back over your eyes to try and feel peace, but that peace is unsatisfying and uneasy and it isn't rest.

Am I projecting? Maybe it actually feels like finding peace even though everything sucks ass. Judging by the title, I don't think so, but maybe it will for you. Nothing actually feels like anything, so who cares. This is beautiful. It gives me anxiety. The use of motif is genius-shit. It's distinct, and the apologist earcon of organ-y synth is teased but not delivered. I love denial. The title track is brutal and anguished, expressing a different pain than the trying and restrained agony I think of when I think “apologist.” Anhedonia's got range, baby. Listen when driving at night alone. ”

Artist: apologist

Label: No Rent

+ -

Philadelphia's experimental label No Rent Records has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a limited edition of 2020 CDs released in 300 by the state's ambient noise writer Apologist, which has also been released by Andrew Weathers's Full Spectrum and others.Includes 8 songs with noise in a melancholic drone.

Edition of 300.

No Rent Records:
"This record feels like being moved back and forth between a tentative field and a box, or watching a camera zoom out from a field to reveal it as a bubble in a storm, or having the wool ripped from your eyes repeatedly revealing you are in the storm and not in the field but you keep putting the wool back over your eyes to try and feel peace, but that peace is unsatisfying and uneasy and it isn't rest.

Am I projecting? Maybe it actually feels like finding peace even though everything sucks ass. Judging by the title, I don't think so, but maybe it will for you. Nothing actually feels like anything, so who cares. This is beautiful. It gives me anxiety. The use of motif is genius-shit. It's distinct, and the apologist earcon of organ-y synth is teased but not delivered. I love denial. The title track is brutal and anguished, expressing a different pain than the trying and restrained agony I think of when I think “apologist.” Anhedonia's got range, baby. Listen when driving at night alone. ”

Artist: apologist

Label: No Rent