March 13, 2015

M.C. Schmidt debuts his first “solo” album – Batu Malablab

Batu Malablab works a dislocating magic, indulging in a tradition of western fantasy of non-western music. Recalling gamelon-inspired experimental classics such as John Cage’s prepared piano work, Can’s “Ethnological Forgery Series” and Jon Hassell’s “Fourth World” ambient music, Batu Malablab is imaginary global music made in the Baltimore basement studio pictured on the back of the LP/CD.

You will enjoy owning your own copy, and listening to it. Perfect for the oncoming summer, and every summer after that.  There will only be 500 of these.

Please, purchase it from the label, here:

Knock ’em Dead

miniCOVER Batu Malablab

M.C. Schmidt


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