Black Swan, Black Swan, Black Swan. His first two LPs, In 8 Movements and The Quiet Divide, were released in fairly rapid succession, and seemingly overnight this anonymous herald of drone whipped up a respectable cult following. Expectations for his third LP have been understandably high, yet with Aeterna Black Swan has achieved the rare hat trick of experimental music.
After the release of his stunning debut, I was so intrigued that I tracked Black Swan down for a lengthy interview, which you can read here. Having followed his career closely since, and having enjoyed his recent collaborations with the likes of the Costa Rican EUS and our old friend 36, who curated our first mix, I’m extremely pleased to present our 7th mix in the LCNL series. (Joseph Sannicandro)
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