This is the eleventh pseudovinyl release by Japanski Premijeri and the fourth long play album.
Sound of a geographically displaced band.
Televisionary music for/from household scientists. Easily understandable introduction to transmitting and receiving techniques. New exercises in cathode ray tube daydreaming.
1. Ident Rock (Juričić-Krivac-Mateljan-Gugić)
2. Topla morska struja (Juričić)
3. Go Well, New Dawn (Mateljan)
4. Philco Predicta (Juričić)
5. Betula (Juričić)
6. Kármán Vortex (Krivac-Mateljan)
7. Juniper Boogie (Krivac-Mateljan)
8. Mycroft (Krivac)
9. Lichtenberg Figure (Mateljan-Krivac)
Check out our video extravaganza:
Topla morska struja:
Go Well, New Dawn:
released December 12, 2015
Japanski Premijeri and the extended family:
Marin Juričić - composition, vocals, percussion, synths, sounds, theories, acoustic and electric guitars and basses, glockenspiel, vocals, frying pan
Enver Krivac – composition, beats, electric guitars, pianos, violin, strings, sounds, synths, marimbas, production, vocals
Moris Mateljan - composition, acoustic guitars, monophonic and polyphonic synthesizers, sampling, programming, combo organ, piano, bells, percussion, vocals
Enzo Pilepić - drums
Miro Gugić - guitar harmonics
Petra Gržetić - sampled vocals
Nelson Case - spoken words
Roman Wilhelmi - spoken words
Jeka Elektroprimorja - chant and keyboards
"Ident Rock" recorded live at Filip's place at Vevchevsky prospekt, 1st November 2013.
"Go Well, New Dawn" recorded in Dublin, Ireland.
Singing at the end of Philco Predicta recorded in Prostorius, Rijeka, in 2012.
Quote at the beginning of Philco Predicta is from 1958 Philco Predicta tv-commercial. It is spoken by Nelson Case.
Quote at the end of Kármán Vortex is from 1981 film "Wojna swiatów – nastepne stulecie" directed and written by Piotr Szulkin. Spoken by Roman Wilhelmi.
Recorded in Rijeka, Croatia at TTS, Kubrick, Welsh Room, Filip's place, Prostorius and in Dublin, Ireland in 2015.
Produced by Enver Krivac at Welsh Room.
Mastered by Zoran Medved at JMZM HQ.
Painting on the cover is called 'Fiskevær i Nord-Norge' and it was done by Eilert Adelsteen Normann, in 1880.
The title of the record is taken from a Heinz Richter's book of the same name, published in Croatian by Građevinska knjiga in 1963.
Sleeve by Japanski Premijeri.
Japanski Premijeri will return in 'Nanaj' LP SPAZ12.
Thank you for paying attention.
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