LAST 5 COPIES available :
Date : 10.10.19
Map Point : eilean 65
Color : orange/brown/yellow
Season : autumn
Duration : 120 mn (x 2 discs : 57.03 mn + 63.09 mn)
Edition : limited to 180 copies
tracks 01-11 : Disc 01
tracks 12-23 : Disc 02
"10 years ago, via an almost obsolete music network, myspace, I’ve proposed to 100 music artists from 25 countries to work on a collaboration piece with me for a self-released project. It has been a fruitful experience and I’m so thankful to all the music artists involved, to have believing in me and my proposition.
Now, when I listen all, it’s not totally accomplished, some mistakes, some doubts. Mainly, because it was 10 years ago, and at this time I was experimenting music on my own, on my room, since just some few months, and for the most part of us, at this period, it was the same. Some months ago, I’ve took the decision to put into the light some of these forgotten pieces of sounds, the ones that were, for me, the most accomplished. There were 116 tracks at the start, and now, 10 years after, 23 tracks have been finally selected, 2 hours of sounds, remixed for the most part of them, and mastered for all. To give a new life to these lost songs, a new light on it, and more than all, without "The Clyde Parker Project", eilean rec. will not have exist.»
(monolyth & cobalt / eilean rec.)
released October 10, 2019
All music composed, performed, recorded and mixed by all the music artists involved.
23 tracks selected from The Clyde Parker Project
(100 music artists / 116 tracks) (2009-2011)
featuring monolyth & cobalt, in alphabetical order :
Aaron Martin / Aporia Bloom / Barbara De Dominicis / BristolArt / Christopher Hipgrave / Danny Norbury / Dawn Smithson / Emma Cooper / Empty Vessel Music / Esther Burns / Evolv / Frédéric D. Oberland / Linda Bjalla (Izumi Suzuki) / Moïren / Olivier Girouard /Ori / Orla Wren / Oubys / Pleq / Segue / Teamforest (Philipp Bückle) / W Von
Mastered and remixed in September 2019 by Mathias Van Eecloo.
Artwork by Cecilia Paredes ("Asia"/ Courtesy of the artist)
Inside photography by Mathias Van Eecloo
Design by Rémi Verdier