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The Godmother of Japanese Electronica Coppé goes back to her roots for her 17th release entitled, Milk, paying homage to some of Jazz music classics, greats and personal favourites.
As with anything Coppé applies herself to though, there is nothing standard about Milk. Through brand new collaborations with of Nikakoi, Atom™, Kettel, Modified Toy Orchestra’s Brian Duffy, Christ. (ex Boards Of Canada), Terry D, Chris Mosdell and others, classics like ‘I Fall In Love Too Easily’, ‘Candy’ and ‘My Funny Valentine’ are taken into entirely new and unexpected realms.

Preorder Milk transparent LP vinyl with “Milk Puddle” effect (each puddle totally unique) in beautiful large die-cut lettered sleeve + additional digital download coupon. Strictly limited edition of 500 copies.

See Coppé live at 22rpm with Valgeir Sigurðsson, Bola, Ash Koosha, Scanner, Ulrich Schnauss and Plaid and more.

22rpm: All-Day Electronic Music Festival
Saturday 7th October 2017
St. John on Bethnal Green church, Shoreditch, London

 

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