serenitatem, the fifteenth installment of RVNG’s intergenerational FRKWYS series, joins Visible Cloaks with Yoshio Ojima and Satsuki Shibano, trailblazers of the Japanese ambient music scene in the 1980s and 90s. While the music excels on an environmental level familiar in the collective’s individual works, serenitatem reaches unseen stratums — a pure synthesis of artistic vision, technological sophistication, futurist ambition, and, occasionally, ancient polyphony.
Watch the video for their first single, “Stratum,” below, and learn more at the shop
visible cloaks perform in nyc for the first time since releasing reassemblage ~ joined by special guests kate nv (who’s contribution “KAK HOW” announced the peaceful protest compilation last week) and mr. mitch
back in stock – Visible Cloaks’Reassemblage LP has been repressed (with a white obi strip this time) and is flying out from Commend. Thank you to everyone who backordered a copy! Keep eyes peeled for the addition of INSIDES Vol. 1 in the shipment box, too…
Visible Cloaks offer respite by way of Brenna Murphy’s video for “Neume (ft. Matt Carlson)”.
Visible Cloaks’ Reassemblage will be released on Friday, February 17, 2017 on LP, CD, and digital formats. The Translations mix will be released on cassette, and only available in this limited format. Grip a copy of either / both at the shop.
Visible Cloaks will perform live at MOCA LA for Nick Malkin and Brian Allen Simon’s Monument, a yearlong series of performances by sound artists staged within the current installation of MOCA’s permanent collection. Considering the acoustics of the Grand Avenue galleries, Monument pairs musicians with specific pieces and/or galleries to enhance the viewer’s experience of the artwork through the addition of sound.