Dream pop meets musique concrète on Eiko Ishibashi’s new LP, For McCoy





Dedicated to Law & Order’s Jack McCoy.

Japanese musician Eiko Ishibashi is releasing a new album, titled For McCoy, via Black Truffle this January.

Across the album’s three tracks, Ishibashi weaves together elements of musique concrète, lush synths, field recordings, layered flutes, and dream pop.

For McCoy is dedicated to Law & Order’s Jack McCoy, played by American actor Sam Waterston.

It follows her last album for Black Truffle, Hyakki Yagyo.

Pre-order For McCoy here in advance of its 21st January release, check out the tracklist and artwork below.


1. I can feel guilty about anything – Part 1
2. I can feel guilty about anything – Part 2
3. Ask me how I sleep at night

Photo by: Vera Marmelo