Run Dust 'Leisure Village' LP
New from In Paradisum also the home of Mondkopf and Low Jack. This album is the most cohesive Run Dust album to date following his relocation to upstate New York. Huit powerful songs of melodic electronica for lovers of early Aphex Twin.
Artwork by renowed painter Albert Oehlen.
Luke Calzonetti’s personal trajectory is as unconventional as his music is. He’s gone from fashion model to grindcore jazz player, from New York to Germany and back. When he’s not producing 10 songs a week, he’s working on paintings that share the qualities of his music- at the crossroads of instinctive and energetic punk moves, evocative figures all with an unescapable, unremediable oddness.
Leisure Village follows Serf Rash LP on In Paradisum which as one of the label’s best success, gathering support Ben Ufo and The Wire magazine, and then followed-up by the mini-album Supermarché. Both featured no-wave ingrained, dubbed-out electronic vignettes that went from classy bruitisme to eerie collages, from rhythmic eruptions of "brutal tech-noir" to evanescent electronica meditations of "biting clarity".
1. The Truant 2. Distant Bloods 3. Tetley Scraps 4. Father Raimond 5. Leisure Village 6. Jokichi 7. Whymist 8. Fourier In Zone
Catalogue number: IP029
Label: In Paradisum