The Search Limited REPRESS - 180gm vinyl and artworked sleeve
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Pre-order the repress of Collocutor's SOLD-OUT 2nd LP, 'The Search', on heavyweight 180 gm vinyl, here. You will receive the limited vinyl repress of 'The Search' before it hits shelves and of course the digital album too, including the digital tracks from the 'Live at The Fish Factory' dubplate. You will receive the Contours Vs Collocutor remix of Agama and bonus material not available anywhere else. And THAT sleeve, created by Victoria Topping <3
Includes unlimited streaming of The Search
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
To follow-on from the acclaimed Collocutor debut LP, 'Instead', Tamar (Collocutor) has written 'The Search' and together with her seven piece ensemble and On the Corner Records are currently in the process of finishing the album to have it released at the end of 2016.
In a recent interview with UK Vibe's Michael Edwards, Tamar shed some light on to the new Collocutor album, 'The Search'.
"The album title refers to searching for a better way to exist in the world, but that could be emotional, spiritual or more simply a move to a geographically different place. The last track is called ‘Arrival’ and hopefully suggests something positive for us to aim for in these unsettled times.
It’s an accidental concept album, the story of a journey. I didn’t start off with the intention of writing an album with a narrative theme, but as the music progressed the compositions naturally fitted together and there seemed to be a continuum between the pieces that developed into this story of a journey with a dark beginning and a hopeful end.
"Collocutor is an opportunity to explore musically all the cultural connections which are part of being a human being, particularly in the 21st century, in somewhere like London, where you do meet everyone from everywhere. If you’re open-minded you’ll have the opportunity to engage with them and find out which bits of each other’s cultures connect and make sense" – Tamar Osborn