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Zanias – Into The All – CAN009 – LP

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  1. AP_m1_VINYL 01 Uroboros 1:30
  2. AP_m1_VINYL 02 Division 1:30
  3. AP_m1_VINYL 03 Syzygy 1:30
  4. AP_m1_VINYL 04 Aletheia 1:30
  5. AP_m1_VINYL 05 Idoru 1:29
  6. AP_m1_VINYL 06 Rise 1:30
  7. AP_m1_VINYL 07 Atrophy 1:30
  8. AP_m1_VINYL 08 Thanatos 1:30
  9. AP_m1_VINYL 09 Exuvia 1:30
  10. AP_m1_VINYL 10 Into the All 1:30

Coming very shortly in December!!!

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Zanias, has been hard at work over the years as part of many projects including the Dark Entries affiliated ‘Linea Aspera’ and minimal wave band ‘Keluar’ with Sid Lamar. Since then, she has been curating ‘Fleisch’, a club series and record label releasing music from the likes of Schwefelgelb, Forces and Kontravoid.

As a solo artist, she has released her debut EP ‘To The Core’ in 2016 and has been collaborating with some of electronic music’s most respected figures. Appearing on Dax J’s critically acclaimed ‘Offending Public Morality’ LP, as well as providing vocals on Black Rain’s ‘Dark Pool’ album on Blackest Ever Black and working with Ancient Methods on last year’s ‘Andromeda’ which was released on Candela Rising.

‘Into The All’ is the culmination of extensive recording and experimentation. It charts a journey of psychospiritual evolution, from an unconscious state through to death and enlightenment. Inspired by the works of Ken Wilber and Yuval Noah Harari, it expresses both a personal journey and one that applies to all of humanity. Utilising field recordings of birds, gibbons and insects from Malaysia and Australia, and samples of instruments from Indonesia (a reference to her childhood spent there), Armenia and ancient Norway and Sumeria, alongside synthesisers and drum machines.

credits

Written and produced by Alison Lewis & Alex Akers.
Mastered by Alain Paul.
‘Thanatos’ featuring vocals by Lynette Cerezo of Bestial Mouths.
Cover photography by Andras Varga.
With thanks to Eavan Derbyshire and Katrina Sjöstrand.

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