Orange Milk to release new album by famed electronic composer Noah Creshevsky next month

Orange Milk to release new album by famed electronic composer Noah Creshevsky next month

Orange Milk is already milkin’ 2018 with some exciting release action, and since Tiny Mix Tapes is officially known as “The Music Website for News of Exciting Releases,” it only makes sense that we’d be excited to tell you about another exciting release from Orange Milk Records! What is this particular exciting new release you ask?

Well…hold my beer.

It’s famed electronic composer Noah Creshevksy’s new album Reanimator, due February 2. Creshevsky has been composing since 1971 and was trained by Luciano Berio at Julliard and Nadia Boulander in Paris. He also collaborated with John Cage on “In other words” for The Tape Music of Noah Creshevsky release from EM Records.

Reanimator is a collection of compositions from over three decades, including the new work, “Belle de Jour.” Creshevsky’s collaboration with Lisa Barnard was featured digitally on Orange Milk in 2016, and this newest compilation is precursor to the 90s computer collage sounds of his later works.

Check out a sample from the new release down below, stay tuned for additional ordering info, and try to remain… calmly excited.

Alight, give me my beer back.

(Takes sip)

(Spits out beer)

Hey, this is piss! Stiffler!!!

Reanimator tracklisting:

01. Strategic Defense Iniative
02. Tomomi Adachi Précis
03. Lisa Barnard Redux
04. Belle de Jour
05. Born Again
06. Jacob’s Ladder

Most Read