EMILIE ZOÉ – “Dead End Tape” – LP

originally released on May 27th 2016 on Hummus Records and Ikarus Records

comes in a 300g sleeve with artwork printed on the reverse (rough) side of the board

first pressing is hand numbered by Emilie and includes a screen printed poster (hand numbered) on thick black paper + a big folded screen printed poster with lyrics on thin antique style paper

second pressing includes a big folded screen printed poster with lyrics on thin antique style paper

third pressing comes with a fully printed inner sleeve

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— LP variants —
black (first press) – lim. to 300
black (second press) – lim. to 500
transparent dark green w/ black marble (third press) – lim. to 100
black (third press) – lim. to 400

01 – My Shadow On The Wall
02 – The River
03 – Chop Me Up
04 – I Found A Girl
05 – My Little Liar
06 – Hold Me Tight
07 – Last Night We Talked
08 – I Cried In My Beard
09 – Do You Still Sing
10 – Zara
11 – It’s Only Me On A Dead-End Tape

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14th dec. 2014, Pascal drove Emilie and me to that fabulous place he calls LE GLAUCAL in Courfaivre, Jura, Suisse. His collective of sweet talking weirdos turned this ancient shooting camp in an ali baba cavern. It’s jam packed with music toys of all kinds; pawn shop amps, shit keys, lo-fi drums, all transformed and crooked to perfection. We spent five days there in between my 4-tracks portastudio and the fire place. Emilie found a rusty arc top Aria and a spring reverb. She seemed to have millions of songs to record, so we kept it as simple as it needed. Guitar, vocals and some of my favorite noises far in the back. Emilie straight on tape and nothing or nobody to stand on her way. On the wall was written “dead end” and we never knew why. We smelled so bad (cheese, sweat and smoke) on our way back that people in the train were changing seats to avoid us. (Louis Jucker)

songs Written By Emilie Zoé
recorded and mixed by Louis Jucker at “Le Glaucal”, CH
mastered by Morgan Hug

artwork by Romain Berger, Laure Jolissaint, Emilie Zoé

Weight 0.275 kg
Dimensions 32 × 32 × 0.3 cm
FORMAT

vinyl + digital

LP COLOR

black (1st press), black (2nd press), black (3rd press), transparent dark green w/ black marble (3rd press)