On Friday, March 31st, Geotic aka Will Wiesenfeld will be djing live at NYC’s Turntable Lab from 6pm to 7pm, in celebration of the release of his latest album Absyma. Admission is free, and vinyl copies of Absyma will be available for purchase.
Earlier that day, at noon, he’ll dj at The Lot Radio in Williamsburg. And much later, at midnight, the celebration continues down the street with Geotic’s album release party at Baby’s All Right. Will’s show as Baths the night before has long been sold out, so here’s another chance to catch him in NY.
On Sunday, March 26th, Ghostly is participating two-fold during MoMA PS1 & Other Music’s Come Together festival. Find us upstairs at the label market, selling Ghostly LPs and cassettes plus select items from The Ghostly Store, and from Ghostly founder Sam Valenti’s personal record collection.
We will also debut our collaboration with Snarkitecture, The Last Crates, in a gallery space dedicated to record listening. We’ve invited artists, label reps, and friends to select an album to be played in its entirety. Together let’s listen and ponder: what would you put in your last crate?
On the heels of our inaugural event, we’ve announced the next iteration of our Spiritual America event series. Taking place next month on April 8th, we’ll return to Detroit’s El Club with a night featuring performances by Inga Copeland and Lusine as well as DJ sets by Joey Anderson, Osborne, and our resident DJ, Shigeto. See you there.
Com Truise and Clark will be touring in North America throughout May and June. Plenty of our other artists are also heading out on lengthy tours: Mary Lattimore will be opening up for Waxahatchee and Real Estate, and Tycho is in the midst of finishing his European tour before coming back to the states.
No Future was released last week along with an accompanying interactive site inspired by the themes, sounds, and images from the album. The album is still available as both a regular double LP as well as a limited edition version which features transparent blue vinyl and an embossed jacket.
Spiritual America is electronic music. The first installment welcomes a cross-section of the Ghostly and Spectral family with Hieroglyphic Being, Telefon Tel Aviv, JTC, and resident DJ, Shigeto, taking place February 25th at Detroit’s El Club.
After much anticipation, Tycho’s Epoch will be released on LP/ CD this Friday January 20. As part of the festivities, we’ve printed exclusive Epoch posters and stickers which will be handed out at the following stores on release day:
1-2-3-4 Go Records – San Francisco, CA
1-2-3-4 Go Records – Oakland, CA
Amoeba – Los Angeles CA
Amoeba – San Francisco CA
Criminal Records – Atlanta, GA
Easy Street – Seattle, WA
Electric Fetus – Minneapolis, MN
End of An Ear – Austin, TX
Hitt Records – Columbia, MO
Jackpot Records – Portland, OR
Landlocked Music – Bloomington, IN
Luna Music – Indianapolis, IN
Melody Supreme – Charlottesville, VA
Mills Record Company – Kansas City, MO
Park Ave Cds – Orlando, FL
Shuga Records – Chicago, IL
Sonic Boom Records – Seattle, WA
Stinkweeds – Phoenix, AZ
Sweat Records – Miami, FL
Tonevendor – St Augustine, FL
Turntable Lab – New York, NY*
Waterloo Records – Austin, TX
*Ghostly flash hang from 5-7pm on January 20, including dj set by Sam Valenti, coffee courtesy of Stumptown + purchasers can also enter a raffle to win a test pressing of Epoch.
The Ghostly team is very proud of Tycho on his (and Ghostly’s) first Grammy nomination. It’s an honor for Epoch to be acknowledged in the Dance/Electronic album category alongside releases by some of our faves like Flume and legends of the genre like Louie Vega, Underworld, and Jean-Michel Jarre. Also nominated this year are Ghostly collaborators Ryuichi Sakamoto and Joe Goddard.