May 25, 2022
“Hypermodern musique concrète.”
Vladislav Delay is releasing a new album, called Isoviha, via Planet Mu this July.
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Drawing on the anxiety Delay identifies in cities, Isoviha sees him crafting “hypermodern musique concrète” from noise, drones, and loops.
The album takes its title from the Isoviha period — when Finland was under Russian occupation during the 1700s.
Isoviha follows Keplar’s reissue of Delay’s 2001 album Anima, earlier this year in March.
Pre-order Isoviha here in advance of its 15th July release; check out the artwork and tracklist below.
Photo by: Stephan C. Kaffa