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do you have peace? // ALWAYS + FOREVER LP

do you have peace? // ALWAYS + FOREVER LP

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This is a compilation record released in January 2024 by do you have a peace?, the label run by Bristol-based downtempo trio Jabu.

Contains 13 experimental pop tracks.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

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12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Time Cow - Hey There Fat Fingers 03:33
2. Guest - Heavy Knot 03:05
3. Jonnine - As You Sleep By My Feet 03:45
4. Static Cleaner Lost Reward - Sweet Paradise 02:03
5. Teresa Winter - Juniper 03:33
6. Hermeneia & Zaumne - In The Soil 03:31
7. Guest & Birthmark - Freeze In The Aisle 03:20
8. YL Hooi - Glitch Clarry Ditty 02:32
9. Silzedrek - Kristopher Kolumbo Inaction Ark 01:41
10. Laughter of Saints - Shards 03:26
11. Laughter of Saints - The Motif 04:13
12. Vessel - Sleepless 03:50
13. Vessel & Rakhi Singh - It Can't Be Helped (There Is Nothing In The Sky) 03:02

Do You Have Peace?

"Collecting thirteen unreleased tracks from artists both new and familiar to the label, featuring Equiknoxx's Time Cow, HTRK's Jonnine, and Jabu's Guest (appearing both solo and in collaborative mode with Birthmark), there are solo outings from Tarquin Manek (aka Silzedrek / Static Cleaner Lost Reward) and sometime collaborator YL Hooi. Vessel contributes both solo and in tandem with Rakhi Singh (Manchester Collective), and Zaumne appears with Hermeneia. Teresa Winter's 'Juniper' offers a sweet bridge to the tracks it's bookended by, and a counterpoint to the two consecutive offerings from the mysterious Laughter of Saints.

Originally conceived as a project to link together the dream-pop oriented leanings of a disparate group of artists, as the project grew it became more amorphous and developed its own narrative, held by a strange, half-awake quality throughout. The pop leanings are still there, although often buried under clouds of reverb, and they take their place among less heavy-lidded bedroom confessionals, DIY chamber pieces, and teary-eyed instrumental passages.

The majority of the vocal-led tracks occur on the "The first half of the album, leaving the second section to drift into more sedative, hypnagogic terrain. Where further voices do reappear, they feel more like half-remembered fragments of dream-speech. As the words eventually leave us completely, the album closes out through three chamber pieces, transposing classical instrumentation from the lofty heights of concert halls to more intimate and familiar settings: a box room in a flat, a bedroom, a memory of lying awake staring at the ceiling and trying to go to sleep again."

Artist: Various 

Label: Do You Have Peace?

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This is a compilation record released in January 2024 by do you have a peace?, the label run by Bristol-based downtempo trio Jabu.

Contains 13 experimental pop tracks.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

--------------------------------------------

12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Time Cow - Hey There Fat Fingers 03:33
2. Guest - Heavy Knot 03:05
3. Jonnine - As You Sleep By My Feet 03:45
4. Static Cleaner Lost Reward - Sweet Paradise 02:03
5. Teresa Winter - Juniper 03:33
6. Hermeneia & Zaumne - In The Soil 03:31
7. Guest & Birthmark - Freeze In The Aisle 03:20
8. YL Hooi - Glitch Clarry Ditty 02:32
9. Silzedrek - Kristopher Kolumbo Inaction Ark 01:41
10. Laughter of Saints - Shards 03:26
11. Laughter of Saints - The Motif 04:13
12. Vessel - Sleepless 03:50
13. Vessel & Rakhi Singh - It Can't Be Helped (There Is Nothing In The Sky) 03:02

Do You Have Peace?

"Collecting thirteen unreleased tracks from artists both new and familiar to the label, featuring Equiknoxx's Time Cow, HTRK's Jonnine, and Jabu's Guest (appearing both solo and in collaborative mode with Birthmark), there are solo outings from Tarquin Manek (aka Silzedrek / Static Cleaner Lost Reward) and sometime collaborator YL Hooi. Vessel contributes both solo and in tandem with Rakhi Singh (Manchester Collective), and Zaumne appears with Hermeneia. Teresa Winter's 'Juniper' offers a sweet bridge to the tracks it's bookended by, and a counterpoint to the two consecutive offerings from the mysterious Laughter of Saints.

Originally conceived as a project to link together the dream-pop oriented leanings of a disparate group of artists, as the project grew it became more amorphous and developed its own narrative, held by a strange, half-awake quality throughout. The pop leanings are still there, although often buried under clouds of reverb, and they take their place among less heavy-lidded bedroom confessionals, DIY chamber pieces, and teary-eyed instrumental passages.

The majority of the vocal-led tracks occur on the "The first half of the album, leaving the second section to drift into more sedative, hypnagogic terrain. Where further voices do reappear, they feel more like half-remembered fragments of dream-speech. As the words eventually leave us completely, the album closes out through three chamber pieces, transposing classical instrumentation from the lofty heights of concert halls to more intimate and familiar settings: a box room in a flat, a bedroom, a memory of lying awake staring at the ceiling and trying to go to sleep again."

Artist: Various 

Label: Do You Have Peace?