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Carbon 7 (161) - Jlin - Black Origami (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jlin’s sophomore LP, Black Origami, is a treat for fans of smart, experimental electronic music. Featuring chanting, squawking birds, and tribal drums, the album never fails to surprise, twisting and turning from moments of quiet intensity to blazing footwork rhythms.
  2. Carbon 7 () by Jlin, released supported by fans who also own “Black Origami” With terrifying originality and thought-provoking beauty, "Everywhere at the end of time" paints the bliss and anguish of memory loss.
  3. Mar 14,  · Black Origami is also heavily inspired by her recent collaborations with choreographer and dancer Avril Stormy Unger, who she performed with at Krakow’s Unsound Festival in “Movement played a great role in Black Origami,” Jlin adds. The track “Carbon 7″ is very inspired by the way Avril moves and dances.
  4. Nov 25,  · Themes of energy mining, chemical process, and energetic substance come to the fore on Black Origami both nominally (with track titles like “Kyanite,” “Calcination,” “Carbon 7 (),” and “Never Created, Never Destroyed”) and in the manner that Jlin’s indelible rhythmic imprint mutates a lexicon of irresolvable heterogenous symbols and sounds.
  5. May 19,  · Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings Carbon 7 () Jlin. From the Album Black Origami May 19, Carbon 7 () Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart.
  6. Jun 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Black Origami on Discogs. Label: Planet Mu - ZIQ • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Juke, Experimental/5(78).
  7. Black Origami is the second album by Indiana producer Jlin, first issued for streaming on May 11, and on other formats by Planet Mu on May 19, Produced in a year from to , it /5(5).
  8. Jlin. Carbon 7 () From the album Black Origami. Directed by Joji Koyama. Choreographed by Corey Scott-Gilbert. Director Of Photography: Cezary Zacharewicz Editing: Matthias Graatz and Joji Koyama Stylist: Larisa Bechtold 1st Assistant Camera: Michael Schmidt.

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