A Track A Day: Bézier

A Track A Day:

With the current circumstances and the weird, turbulent times all over the globe, we asked our friends to choose a favourite track or an album for these isolated days, and share it with us along with a photo. A track a day keeps the bad vibes away. Stay safe.

Next in line is San Francisco-based musician Robert Yang, aka Bézier, who is also part of the Honey Soundsystem crew. Our beloved multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer, who recently launched his own label Piece of Work (PoW), shares with us Siekiera’s “Czerwony pejzaż” off their 1986 LP “Nowa Aleksandria”.

Bézier writes: “I came across the album ‘Nowa Aleksandria’ by the band Siekiera (sounds like ‘Shakira’) while I was on a record dig through Warsaw in 2016. Though at the time the record was quite rare and a lot of Polish post-punk had begun increasing prices for rare pieces, Mannequin Records ended up reissuing it and I was able to grab it at Sound Metaphors here in Berlin. The last track in particular ‘Czerwony pejzaż’ (The Red Landscape) is all instrumental but makes me think of a scene where a charismatic, yet sinister figure levitates out of their coffin in order to escape to seduce the night. Pretty epic feels here.”

The first release on Piece of Work comes from Robert Yang himself with a new album called “Heirloom”, under his new (eponymous) moniker 羅伯特 (pinyin Luó bó tè). Get your fill of one of record’s standout cuts “Discharge” here.


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