Our favourite electro label, Ghostly International, commemorated 100 releases for both the Ghostly and Spectral labels this year by reviving this 2009 mix for Self-Titled magazine. GhostlyCast #38: Michna/SV4 – Seeing Colors: Ghostly Influences by ghostly
South London electro-pop band, The Chap, are unique and inventive. They are signed to Ghostly International, which issued their album Mega Breakfast in the US in July 2008 as their first official American release. These are the songs that have inspired them over the years.
We’re huge fans of Ghostly International DJ/producer Matthew Dear, who has just wrapped up a successful tour with Interpol across Europe and the UK. Check out his new track, You Put A Smell On Me (Photocall Remix).
Danish duo Syntaks‘ remix of Pale Sketcher’s Can I Go Now (Gone Version) employs a ‘double-time rhythm and a cloud of shoegazey guitars to bring the track to new heights’. We think it’s red hot. And it’s off the always hip Ghostly International label.
Both UK’s Q Magazine and Mojo raved about them (four-star reviews, both) and they subsequently went on to capture a spot on Stereogum’s 40 Best New Bands. Now Ghostly International act Gold Panda is ready to release his ‘stylistically omnivorous’ debut album, Lucky Shiner.
Our friends at Ghostly International are releasing Matthew Dear’s Black City album as a limited edition ‘totem’. A what? A totem – a limited edition metal bar used to access a private music chamber. Cool!
Prolific electronic music producer Christopher Willits has produced twenty albums in ten years — both solo and in collaboration with artists such as Ryuichi Sakamoto on 2008’s Ocean Fire. Tiger Flower Circle Sun is his second release for Ghostly International and is his most technologically complex album yet, ‘drifting skyward in a swell of ambient […]
Toronto-based Solvent’s latest full-length album, Subject to Shift, is out soon on Ghostly International and is another glitchy, robotic masterpiece of pop surrealism, ‘a mix of dystopian, acid-tinged futurism and bittersweet romantic ache’, bowing gently to the beautiful template he set earlier with his radio-friendly hummer, My Radio. Check out the Mitgang Audio Remix of […]
The Danish collective Choir of Young Believers, off the always-adventurous Ghostly International label, crept onto the scene last year with their debut album This Is for the White in Your Eyes. This track, Claustrophobia, is both introspective and outward-looking, both intimate and skyscraper-huge. [Listen to the Choir of Young Believers song Claustrophobia]