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Ian Ilavsky
Joni Sadler 1986-2021

Joni Sadler 1986-2021

Joni Sadler passed away in her sleep—suddenly and without warning—of a brain aneurysm on May 30, 2021 It pains us beyond words to announce this. It’s impossible to know how Joni would, or would not, have wanted to be remembered in death, because she was too busy living. What she would have wanted is to be alive. To grab a drink and see a show. To hug her friends. To tour Europe with her band Lungbutter, as she was set to do before the pandemic. Without her, we can only believe she would want us to be together, to live...

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Ian Ilavsky
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Our first and only subscription service, with the good people at Bandcamp, gets you everything digital, 25% off all LPs/CDs, exclusive material, and that priceless feeling: sustained support for a wide range of independent experimental artists

We quietly launched our Bandcamp digital subscription in March and now we're making a fuss about it. Please consider it and check it out. Subscribe before May 31st to qualify for our introductory offer that includes the 3 albums we released at the beginning of pandemic last year, the entire Corona Borealis Longplay Singles Series we released thereafter, and the latest from Godspeed You! Black Emperor just released last month.

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Brendan Reed
Jem Cohen Interviewed by Jessica Moss for their Corona Borealis Collaboration

Jem Cohen Interviewed by Jessica Moss for their Corona Borealis Collaboration

JESSICA MOSS: When I sent you the piece [“Opened Ending”] to see if it might inspire some images, what were your first thoughts? JEM COHEN: First thought: ‘I really love the track and maybe it shouldn’t have accompanying images.’ Almost wrote to try and talk you out of it! Second thought, while digging into the pile of hard drives in my closet: ‘Well, let’s see if I can find some things that really work with this.’ There’s a worry, a feeling of responsibility to not betray someone’s good music by overloading it. You don’t want to close down the range of...

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