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Antena

1982, brussels: the former au pair for rick wakeman of yes and two of her teenage friends are at the doorstep of les disques du crepuscule, ready to cut an album with gilles martin. living on busking wages and next door to tuxedomoon, their work results in a contemporary bossanova record that would provide a missing link between antonio carlos jobim and kraftwerk.

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Paki & Visnadi

the latest release by the parisian label is thanks to a fluke find by an antinote family member, who by pure chance, unearthed an unreleased guitar and synth musical jewel from italy circa 1984. an until now unknown collaboration between a guitar maestro, composer of contemporary dance scores with a gifted electronic music composer.

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Lena Platonos

lena platonos is a greek musician, pianist and music composer. one of the pioneers in the greek electronic music scene of the 1980s, she remains active today. lena was born on the island of crete and grew up in athens.

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Trans-Millenia Consort (English Version)

there is this wonderful blind electronic music composer named pauline anna strom about whom i was preparing a piece for my blog recently. doing a little research online i stumbled across a photo of my friend hannes grassegger, a noted swiss business journalist and net theorist – a serious cat really, but also a music lover – holding up strom’s extremely rare record trans-millenia consort. i was stunned and wondering about the story behind that image. so i reached out for hannes and it turned out to be one of these really intimate emotional stories which oftentimes stand behind those records we love the most. enjoy!

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