* * * * * DVVLLXNS - Lxtvny * * * * *

2012-07-31 10:41:30 UTC

[ About the record ] Shelter press is pleased to introduce the first EP by DVVLLXNS, aka Jon Porras [ one of the two kings of the californian Barn Owl kingdom ]. With his new electronical project DVVLLXNS, Jon Porras opens the thresholds of burning galaxies, celestials thoughts and dark planets.

Like a twisted elegy to Isabella Rossellini in Blue Velvet, the folded beat of an empty motel room with a distant Tv whisper, like crispy snow falling in july, a car race in the magnolia night, Litany predicts some cosmogonic catalcysm that a muted Cassandra could mime. Feel the hurricane, the speed, the devotional speed of geometries, the language of signs.

[ About shelter press ] Shelter Press is a Brussels based independent publishing company. Our publishing program focuses on contemporary art and music through artist books, monographies and records. The name Shelter has been chosen as a reference to the high thinker and generous mind LLoyd Kahn. We do believe that each records and books we publish will offer a threshold to your wonders.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is a reason why I am featuring all four tracks as preview and because simply because I totally dig the sound. It's soft, easy accessible while keeping a dark edge and it flows smoothly. [ Lxtvny ] is simply but yet very intriguing at the same time. CHECK IT OUT LADS especially "Entropy" and "Espejo".

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Artist - DVVLLXNS Album - Lxtvny [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Electro' Experimental, Slow-ambeint, Instrumental, Ambientscape [ AWESOME SOUND ] Tracklist 1. Litany 3.35 2. xochitl 4.20 3. Entropy 5.33 4. Espejo 5.36 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PURCHASING LINK DVVLLXNS - Lxtvny EXCLUSIVE STREAM OF THE ENTIRE EP DVVLLXNS - Lxtvny -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nest ~ Erik K. Skodvin ~ Sylvain Chauveau ~ Svarte Greiner ~ Aaron Spectre --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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