Ernest Hood – Neighborhoods

Freedom To Spend’s next release revisits the environs of late Portland, Oregon musician and sound historian Ernest Hood.

Sprawling through a haze of zither, synthesizer melodies, and foraged pedestrian sound, Neighborhoods is both a score and documentary composed and directed by Hood to offer, in his words, joy in reminiscence.

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Dylan Moon – “Hope Dog”

The story of Dylan Moon’s Only the Blues unfolds with “Hope Dog,” a showcase for the LA-based musician’s Lydia Davis–esque ability to move listeners incrementally through entire worlds. The clip, directed by Ellie Tremayne, is an animated lament for time wasted and a testimony to the resilience of the world that moves around us.

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The Rimarimba Collection (Take 2) + On Dry Land / In The Woods – Out Today

Freedom To Spend previously offered all four Rimarimba albums in an edition of 250 screen-printed canvas carriers. The canvas collection is long sold-out, and this second edition of 200 4x LP sets will be the only other opportunity to access Light Metabolism Number Prague. Today, On Dry Land and In The Woods are available individually for the first time. Each album features artwork reinterpreted from its original edition by Will Work For Good, a “Certificate of Absurdity” from Robert Cox, and accompanying abstracts by Jon Dale.

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Anatolian Weapons feat. Seirios Savvaidis – To The Mother Of Gods – Out Today

Anatolian Weapons, the newest project of Athens, Greece-based artist Aggelos Baltas, debuts on Beats In Space Records with To The Mother Of Gods. Best known for a handful of celebrated EBM 12”s as Dream Weapons and a particularly heady brand of krautrock as Fantastikoi Hxoi, Baltas conceived of his Anatolian Weapons project as a way to bring together these two concepts within a distinctly Greek lineage.

On To The Mother Of Gods, Baltas reinterprets eight compositions from local musician Seirios Savvaidis, dissolving traditional recordings and folk lyricism into a Golden Pudel-approved percussive storm, where polyrhythms envelop soaring chants and basslines repeat and swirl. Baltas steers the listener through Athenian past and present, seeking a future sound as wind-kissed and mystical as his country’s oldest yet lifted by the swell of dancefloor dynamics.

To The Mother Of Gods is out now on limited vinyl and unlimited digital forms. Learn more here

Ursula K. Le Guin & Todd Barton – Kesh



contemplate Kesh, a short film by vanessa renwick, reimagining ursula k. le guin & todd barton’s other worlds ~



oh, and the repress of Music and Poetry of The Kesh has arrived! gets yours at the shop