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Tlaotlon // ACACIA A / V 2xFLEXI DISC

Tlaotlon // ACACIA A / V 2xFLEXI DISC

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The last work of Berlin techno writer Tlaotlon, who suddenly disappeared a few years ago, has arrived for the first time in Japan.It is a 2-disc flexi disc with waves of polyrhythm from beginning to end.

We will attach a special coupon that allows you to download all the label works.

For the second installment in our Flexi Series, Tlaotlon, aka Jeremy Coubrough, newly transplanted to Berlin from New Zealand, advances the continuum of mutant techno (post-idm, or “gloopy'as we call it) that he has been putting forth since 2011, released on labels such as Dungeon Taxi, Trensmat, 1080p, Fat Cat, and his own World Memory. 

Acacia A / V, his first work for Weird Ear, falls into an interesting place inside of that continuum, as the A side, Turbo Mimosa, is the result of us asking for a work similiar to our favorite track of his, Modiena, off the'Upload Leaves Delete Fragments' compilation (Singapore Sling), which, as it turns out, was requested to be like “Oudimma” (Vauva-12), which makes this a'whisper of a whisper' as he eloquently put it, upon the realization!

Acacia A / V plays host, throughout the artwork and music, to themes of biological defense systems, shape-shifting, and avoiding recognition --the anamorphic title on the cover, the pseudo-oragami blueprints on the back, and the musics fluid shapeshifting around an unheard point of reference, suggestive of concealed spaces shrouded in structural rusery, or decoy measures intended to redirect attack from critical areas to superfluous ones.

In all honesty, we have been waiting for this music for a long time, as it sits in a place we feel untouched by it's closest associates, a place that many have tried to go, but, like that intangible pulse that this music pulls and pushes from, the path there is beset on all sides with strategies to dissuade from entry, but, thankfully for us, Tlaotlon has found a way, and continues to confound from within.

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The last work of Berlin techno writer Tlaotlon, who suddenly disappeared a few years ago, has arrived for the first time in Japan.It is a 2-disc flexi disc with waves of polyrhythm from beginning to end.

We will attach a special coupon that allows you to download all the label works.

TLAOTLON · Tlaotlon --ACACIA A --V --01 Turbo Mimosa TLAOTLON · Tlaotlon --ACACIA A --V --02 Nekta

For the second installment in our Flexi Series, Tlaotlon, aka Jeremy Coubrough, newly transplanted to Berlin from New Zealand, advances the continuum of mutant techno (post-idm, or “gloopy'as we call it) that he has been putting forth since 2011, released on labels such as Dungeon Taxi, Trensmat, 1080p, Fat Cat, and his own World Memory. 

Acacia A / V, his first work for Weird Ear, falls into an interesting place inside of that continuum, as the A side, Turbo Mimosa, is the result of us asking for a work similiar to our favorite track of his, Modiena, off the'Upload Leaves Delete Fragments' compilation (Singapore Sling), which, as it turns out, was requested to be like “Oudimma” (Vauva-12), which makes this a'whisper of a whisper' as he eloquently put it, upon the realization!

Acacia A / V plays host, throughout the artwork and music, to themes of biological defense systems, shape-shifting, and avoiding recognition --the anamorphic title on the cover, the pseudo-oragami blueprints on the back, and the musics fluid shapeshifting around an unheard point of reference, suggestive of concealed spaces shrouded in structural rusery, or decoy measures intended to redirect attack from critical areas to superfluous ones.

In all honesty, we have been waiting for this music for a long time, as it sits in a place we feel untouched by it's closest associates, a place that many have tried to go, but, like that intangible pulse that this music pulls and pushes from, the path there is beset on all sides with strategies to dissuade from entry, but, thankfully for us, Tlaotlon has found a way, and continues to confound from within.