RIYL: Tim Hecker, Grouper, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Sarah Neufeld
Label: Kartel Music Group
When he isn’t putting outÂ records, multi instrumentalist Colin Stetson has been a touring member of The Arcade Fire, Bell Orchestre and Bon Iver and has recorded with everyone from Tom Waits to David Byrne toÂ Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Â Over the past two decades, StetsonÂ has built a distinct styleÂ in the artist communityÂ as aÂ saxophonist, and is also well-versed in the clarinet, cornet, french horn and flute. Â Needless to say, when he’s ready to put out another full-length album, it’s most certainly going to be worth a listen.
The tone that Stetson can get from a saxophone is uncanny. Â He can make it sound like an overdriving guitarÂ or even a synthesizer, creating atmospheres and moods that some producersÂ need an entire batch of software to accomplish. Â His newest album, All This I Do For Glory, continues down his path of ambient experimentation. Â If you loved how Tim Hecker transformed his piano into an abyss of noise in Ravedeath, 1972, then Colin Stetson is worth your time and energy. Â Check out his newest single below and grab a copy of the new record on white vinyl after the ‘buy’ link. Â There’s a chance that quite a few copies could end up at your local indie stores, too, so giveÂ those folks a call if you don’t want to pay international shipping.
Limited to 1000 white vinyl copies (we have a limited amount of copies for this store only, the rest will be available in all good indie shops).
Shipping out on or around April 28, 2017
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive