J A
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why we love this

Sparse in instrumentation, but rich in sound, this album boasts a fluent merger of terrifying whispers and percussive elements. You can't help but feel a terrifying urge to leap into the unknown. An alluring listen.

about the record

J A surfaces on RUBBER with six disorienting tracks. Crafted by Andrea Noce (Eva Geist, As Longitude) and Jonida Prifti (Acchiappashpirt, Opa Opa), these productions find elegance in their noir aesthetic and sketch-like composition, breathing filmic atmospheres of its creative process and the hedonist self alike.

Straying away from the societal drift for effi­ciency and make belief, this record was produced over a timespan of five years whilst shifting between Berlin and Rome. Dancing and loafing, mirrors were splintered and scattered shards reflected a new light. Here, Noce her serpentine sense of melody guides uncharted signatures of reverberating syncopated drums, while soundscapes move in and out as apparitions fogging the mind. The poetic spoken-singing of Prifti subdues the tracks, through a linguistic form where Albanian and Italian intertwine, channeling her scientific field into art. Cleverly processed, the vocals take on many shapes, blurring lines between instrumentation and recognition, creating meaning where language ends.

  1. A1 - Akoma 8:52
  2. A2 - Orlo 9:56
  3. A3 - Find The Way 4:09
  4. B1 - Fuso Orario 5:06
  5. B2 - Orga 9:41
  6. B3 - Ashensori 5:17

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J A
Enter Ja

19,00

only 2 left

  1. A1 - Akoma 8:52
  2. A2 - Orlo 9:56
  3. A3 - Find The Way 4:09
  4. B1 - Fuso Orario 5:06
  5. B2 - Orga 9:41
  6. B3 - Ashensori 5:17

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Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Sparse in instrumentation, but rich in sound, this album boasts a fluent merger of terrifying whispers and percussive elements. You can't help but feel a terrifying urge to leap into the unknown. An alluring listen.

about the record

J A surfaces on RUBBER with six disorienting tracks. Crafted by Andrea Noce (Eva Geist, As Longitude) and Jonida Prifti (Acchiappashpirt, Opa Opa), these productions find elegance in their noir aesthetic and sketch-like composition, breathing filmic atmospheres of its creative process and the hedonist self alike.

Straying away from the societal drift for effi­ciency and make belief, this record was produced over a timespan of five years whilst shifting between Berlin and Rome. Dancing and loafing, mirrors were splintered and scattered shards reflected a new light. Here, Noce her serpentine sense of melody guides uncharted signatures of reverberating syncopated drums, while soundscapes move in and out as apparitions fogging the mind. The poetic spoken-singing of Prifti subdues the tracks, through a linguistic form where Albanian and Italian intertwine, channeling her scientific field into art. Cleverly processed, the vocals take on many shapes, blurring lines between instrumentation and recognition, creating meaning where language ends.

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