Double LP version. Includes CD. Sweden-based British musician Matt Karmil presents his third album, , following his 2014 full-length debut, - (PNN 007CD/LP), and IDLE033, released on Bristol label Idle Hands in 2016. His output also includes a variety of singles for labels such as New York's Beats In Space Records and Stockholm's Studio Barnhus. On , Karmil can be heard exploring the concepts of impossible objects, reflection, symmetry, infinite perspective, truncated and stellated polyhedra, hyperbolic geometry, tessellations, and lost love. While making the music that constitutes he interacted with mathematicians George Pólya (1887-1985), Roger Penrose, and Harold Coxeter, as well as the crystallographer Friedrich Haag, and also conducted his own research into tessellation. The result is , Karmil's most clever, strange, emotional, and fun work yet, a testament to his breadth and depth as a musician. Did we forget to mention that he's an awesome party DJ?
State of Ainu: Dance (3:44)
Admidst the Notes (Yosano Akiko 1878-1942) (2:41)
The Rock and the Rock (Ito Noe 1895-1923) (4:26)
Yugure Wa (Izumi Shikibu 976-?) (3:52)
For Kaneko Fumiko (1903-1926) (3:48)
I Am: New Woman (Hiratsuka Raicho 1886-1971) (4:37)
A Secret Code (Kurahara Shinjiro 1889-1965) (2:32)
Oto (The Lady Ki around 1100) (3:31)
River of Ice (Tsuboi Shigeji 1897-1975) (3:12)
Complicity (Misumi Mizuki 1981) (3:39)
Crows of Sapporo (2:05)
If I Could (Ibaraki Noriko 1926-2006) (5:19)
Falling (Muro Saisei 1889-1962) (3:14)
Tanka & Haiku (0:48)
Ono [in dedication to Yoko Ono] (Ono no Komachi 825-900) (2:15)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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