Tomaga
Intimate Immensity

28,00

in stock

why we love this

In their attempt to find the mutual language between the drums and the Buchla, Tom and Valentina embark on a radiant sonic discovery. Their endless exploration for inspiration is both intimate and immense.

about the record

The last, outstanding release of the London-based experimental duo, accomplished just before Tom’s passing in August 2020, is the distillate of two years of new creative enhancement. Mostly recorded at Tom’s "bunker"– as he called his house in London–during the days off from live performances and challenging collaborations throughout the world, Intimate Immensity collects ten intense tracks that outline a breath-taking epiphanic journey revisiting the multifaceted worlds explored by the band in seven years of non-stop and mostly live activity.

  1. 1 - Idioma 4:13
  2. 2 - Mompfie Has To Pay 4:24
  3. 3 - The Snake 3:46
  4. 4 - Very Never (My Mind Extends) Feat. Cathy Lucas 4:56
  5. 5 - More Flowers 4:56
  6. 6 - The King Of Naples 5:15
  7. 7 - Non Sia Mai 4:51
  8. 8 - British Wildlife 4:21
  9. 9 - Reverie For Fragile Houseplants 4:30
  10. 10 - Intimate Immensity 4:45

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Tomaga
Intimate Immensity

28,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Idioma 4:13
  2. 2 - Mompfie Has To Pay 4:24
  3. 3 - The Snake 3:46
  4. 4 - Very Never (My Mind Extends) Feat. Cathy Lucas 4:56
  5. 5 - More Flowers 4:56
  6. 6 - The King Of Naples 5:15
  7. 7 - Non Sia Mai 4:51
  8. 8 - British Wildlife 4:21
  9. 9 - Reverie For Fragile Houseplants 4:30
  10. 10 - Intimate Immensity 4:45

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why we love this

In their attempt to find the mutual language between the drums and the Buchla, Tom and Valentina embark on a radiant sonic discovery. Their endless exploration for inspiration is both intimate and immense.

about the record

The last, outstanding release of the London-based experimental duo, accomplished just before Tom’s passing in August 2020, is the distillate of two years of new creative enhancement. Mostly recorded at Tom’s "bunker"– as he called his house in London–during the days off from live performances and challenging collaborations throughout the world, Intimate Immensity collects ten intense tracks that outline a breath-taking epiphanic journey revisiting the multifaceted worlds explored by the band in seven years of non-stop and mostly live activity.

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