Constellation announces full slate of fall releases from Sandro Perri, Fly Pan Am, Matana Roberts, and Land of Kush

Constellation announces full slate of fall releases from Sandro Perri, Fly Pan Am, Matana Roberts, and Land of Kush

Strap in and keep your eyes to the skies, astronomers, because I’m about to give you the lowest-possible low-down on Constellation’s frankly immense schedule of releases for this fall with big drops from the likes of Sandro Perri, Fly Pan Am, Matana Roberts, and Land of Kush. Alright? Alright! Deep breaths now… aaaaaand… here we go:

First, Sandro Perri’s follow-up to 2018’s In Another Life titled Soft Landing touches down on September 6. Constellation promises the songwriter’s “most guitar-focused album in over a decade.” Check out an edit of the delicate, folksy grooves of album track “Time (You Got Me)” below.

Montreal’s own Fly Pan Am return for their first new album in 15 years, C’est ça, out September 20 and packed with all the blistering shoegaze- and krautrock-inspired noise you could ever want. Get a load of the motorik turbulence on album cut “Distance Dealer” below.

Matana Roberts re-emerges with the latest in her COIN COIN series (the first One, Two, Three chapters of which are each wildly adored at this very website) titled COIN COIN Chapter Four: Memphis. It breaks out of the vault on October 18, and promises new avant-garde compositions outside the murky boundaries of contemporary jazz. Immerse yourself in edits of the rollicking “Raise Yourself Up,” “Backbone Once More,” and “How Bright They Shine” below.

Finally, the Sam Shalabi-led Land of Kush are bringing Sand Enigma to your mind-shelves November 8. The album’s heavy vocal focus is sure to add new textural and conceptual layers to the collective’s music. Try out an excerpt from the piece “Safe Space” below.

Pre-order anything and everything Constellation at their store here, and sample a track from all four records down south (if you know what I mean). Oh, and next time you speak to a Canadian, thank them for Constellation’s beastly fall lineup for all of us.

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