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Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier // Home Comfort LP / CD

Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier // Home Comfort LP / CD

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Post-punk duo Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier from Amsterdam, the Netherlands will launch a Belgian experimental/drone label in October 2023.This is a reissue album released by La Scie Doree. (Original self-released in 1980)

Contains 6 songs that fuse post-punk and chamber.The record comes with a DL code. 

Below is a commentary by the label.

"We are very happy and grateful to announce the reissue of 'Home Comfort' by Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier.
It may be a bit of an unexpected title to appear in an LSD catalogue, but my love for this album dates back to my late teens, and it's been as addictive as a magnet injected into my spleen ever since. .
Based in the Netherlands,Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier, who have ties to the Ultra scene, create a parochial fusion of intimate post-punk and chamber songs with surrealist landscapes.
Perhaps it is because of its naked uniqueness, which defies categorization, that it has remained so unnoticed even 43 years after its creation.
Also included is a reading by Marlene Dumas, who was unknown at the time.
My greatest thanks go to Mark Glynne, who immediately agreed to my proposal to reproduce this silent witness of eternal beauty.

My long-time Japanese friend bought this LP when it was released in 1980.You Ishihara (White Heaven, The Stars) still calls this LP one of his favorites.About Home Comfort he writes:

Resignation and fear in a desolate mental landscape.A shelter for those who have quietly escaped through the back door of the world, this album is a vivid look into the inner workings of Amsterdam in the desolation of the early '80s.It's beautiful and sad, an undeniable masterpiece." "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more La Sie Doree releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. Available on 12" black vinyl or CD.

Tracklist:

  1. Friends and Celebrities 11:03
  2. Dotted World 08:54
  3. Tick ​​Tock Nightmare 10:28
  4. Tonight 06:00
  5. Awakenings 07:54
  6. The survivor 08:36
  7. Pale Blue Eyes 06:53

La Scie Doree:

" Very pleased and grateful to announce this 'Home Comfort' reissue by Mark Glynne and Bart Zwier, originally self-released in 1980.
Maybe a bit of an unexpected title to appear in the LSD catalog but my love for this album goes back to my late teenage years and has had an addictive effect since, like a spleen infused magnet. 
With this album Glynne and Zwier (†), based in the Netherlands and connected to the Ultra scene, drew an insular blend of intimate post-punk and chamber (bedroom) songs with surreal scenic reflections.
Probable ITS NAKED SINGULARITY DEFYING CATEGORIZATION HAS LEFT It SO UnnoticeD, Even 43 Years After the Making.
It Also Features a Reciting Marlène Dumas Still Quite Unknown at the Time.
With biggest gratitude to Mark Glynne who instantly felt confident with my proposal to reissue this silent witness of lasting beauty.
 
My long-time Japanese friend You Ishihara (White Heaven, The Stars) who bought the LP when it came out in 1980 still considers it as one of his all-time favorites. This is what he writes about 'Home Comfort':
 
'Resignation and fear in a desolate mental landscape. This album, which exists like a shelter for those who have quietly escaped through the backdoor of the world, vividly reflects the inner depths of the devastated Amsterdam of the early 80's. A beautiful and sad, unmistakable masterpiece.'"

Artist: Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier

Label: Label: La Scie Doree

Post-punk duo Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier from Amsterdam, the Netherlands will launch a Belgian experimental/drone label in October 2023.This is a reissue album released by La Scie Doree. (Original self-released in 1980)

Contains 6 songs that fuse post-punk and chamber.The record comes with a DL code. 

Below is a commentary by the label.

"We are very happy and grateful to announce the reissue of 'Home Comfort' by Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier.
It may be a bit of an unexpected title to appear in an LSD catalogue, but my love for this album dates back to my late teens, and it's been as addictive as a magnet injected into my spleen ever since. .
Based in the Netherlands,Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier, who have ties to the Ultra scene, create a parochial fusion of intimate post-punk and chamber songs with surrealist landscapes.
Perhaps it is because of its naked uniqueness, which defies categorization, that it has remained so unnoticed even 43 years after its creation.
Also included is a reading by Marlene Dumas, who was unknown at the time.
My greatest thanks go to Mark Glynne, who immediately agreed to my proposal to reproduce this silent witness of eternal beauty.

My long-time Japanese friend bought this LP when it was released in 1980.You Ishihara (White Heaven, The Stars) still calls this LP one of his favorites.About Home Comfort he writes:

Resignation and fear in a desolate mental landscape.A shelter for those who have quietly escaped through the back door of the world, this album is a vivid look into the inner workings of Amsterdam in the desolation of the early '80s.It's beautiful and sad, an undeniable masterpiece." "

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more La Sie Doree releases available at Tobira. 

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

Includes DL code. Available on 12" black vinyl or CD.

Tracklist:

  1. Friends and Celebrities 11:03
  2. Dotted World 08:54
  3. Tick ​​Tock Nightmare 10:28
  4. Tonight 06:00
  5. Awakenings 07:54
  6. The survivor 08:36
  7. Pale Blue Eyes 06:53

La Scie Doree:

" Very pleased and grateful to announce this 'Home Comfort' reissue by Mark Glynne and Bart Zwier, originally self-released in 1980.
Maybe a bit of an unexpected title to appear in the LSD catalog but my love for this album goes back to my late teenage years and has had an addictive effect since, like a spleen infused magnet. 
With this album Glynne and Zwier (†), based in the Netherlands and connected to the Ultra scene, drew an insular blend of intimate post-punk and chamber (bedroom) songs with surreal scenic reflections.
Probable ITS NAKED SINGULARITY DEFYING CATEGORIZATION HAS LEFT It SO UnnoticeD, Even 43 Years After the Making.
It Also Features a Reciting Marlène Dumas Still Quite Unknown at the Time.
With biggest gratitude to Mark Glynne who instantly felt confident with my proposal to reissue this silent witness of lasting beauty.
 
My long-time Japanese friend You Ishihara (White Heaven, The Stars) who bought the LP when it came out in 1980 still considers it as one of his all-time favorites. This is what he writes about 'Home Comfort':
 
'Resignation and fear in a desolate mental landscape. This album, which exists like a shelter for those who have quietly escaped through the backdoor of the world, vividly reflects the inner depths of the devastated Amsterdam of the early 80's. A beautiful and sad, unmistakable masterpiece.'"

Artist: Mark Glynne & Bart Zwier

Label: Label: La Scie Doree