Thanks to your continued support, Accretions has turned 30! Yes, we have been engaged in our sonic explorations now for thirty years and as a token of our appreciation, we are offering a special 30th anniversary compilation, 30, for free download to all our fans, friends and fiends! Included are rare archival and early vinyl-only material, previously unreleased recordings plus previews of upcoming releases!
We've got more new releases in the works so please visit often and enjoy our continuing sonic explorations.
Penelop: 50'51 CAT. #: CDALP-058
Irregular percussion loops and floating voices organically intertwine with noise emanating from turntable and electric bass. Quiet maneuvers by four improvisers.
Various Artists: 30 CAT. #: CDALP-059
30 is a compilation featuring rare archival and early vinyl-only releases, previously unreleased recordings and previews of upcoming releases.
Melt: Pure Melt CAT. #: CDALP-057
Melt, the trio of guitarist Takashi Ueno (Tenniscoats), bassist Jyoji Sawada (Choro Club) and drummer Marcos Fernandes, create a distinctive sound often fueled by driving rhythms and rich harmonies informed by rock, techno, improvisation and world musics.
Hans Fjellestad: Sounding the Space DVD CAT. #: AVD002
Percussionist Marcos Fernandes reconnects with his homeland by staging elaborate concerts in four historical buildings designed by his grandfather Uheiji Nagano (1867-1937) in Japan.
sroM: one CAT. #: CDALP-056
In the debut album "one," sroM manipulates an arsenal of vintage analog synthesizers to create hypnotic textures within an altered sonic reality.
Nazo Zakkak: a pause by any other name CAT. #: CDALP-055
A wholly unique album both in the fields of piano music and ambient music, a pause attempts to expand the definition of what we consider to be beautiful piano music.
Santiago Latorre: Eclíptica CAT. #: CDALP-054
Santiago Latorre uses voice, saxophone and electronics to break you free of gravity, make you float and take you on a trip around the Cosmos.
"Covering all grounds between free rock, sound art and free jazz, the label's devotion lies more in promoting and encouraging experimental music than confining itself to any narrow style."
- François Couture, All Music Guide
"Musicians who thrive on defying convention."
- George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune
"What the hell is it with the Accretions label? As curators, they are incredibly discerning, assembling some of the most brilliant peripheral musics a consumer could hope for."
- Marc Tucker, Progression
"Accretions is a sheer treasure trove."
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