Release date – 7.7.7
The title of Coppé’s eleventh album is very much a reflection on the role she assumes in her own work. In the hand of her many collaborators, she turns their beats and sounds into vibrant sonic artifacts. Her voice, in turn soft as a whisper or urgent as a primal scream, blows over sweeping soundtracks, quirky pop songs or mysterious space-age ballads, assimilating everything from jazz, drum’n’bass and electro to techno and classical, yet sounding irresistibly like nothing else.
Fi-lamenté follows the bumper thirty four track double album released to celebrate the tenth anniversary of her imprint, Mango & Sweet Rice. She has once again teamed up with a handful of regulars, including Plaid, who deliver a beautiful revised version of last year’s Lavender Oil, and Mickey The Cat, caught here crafting two different pieces, first with the subtly groovy Alien Mermaid, then with the more hectic Chrysanthemum E. Also present are Legofriendly, who devises a colorful playground for Undisclosed Destination, and Kettel who, at the helm of Nicola, crafts one of the highlights of this album.
black watermelon – produced by ariel – download
fly me to the moon – w/ atom – download
nicola – produced by kettel – download