- An album from Dollkraut will kick off the new endeavor in the spring.
Dischi Autunno, a new label from Jennifer Cardini and Noura Labbani, is set for launch in March.
Aside from her DJ skills—she's a longtime resident at Paris hotspot Rex Club—Cardini is known for her nearly six year-old Correspondant imprint, which her friend Labbani has helped manage (and which remains active today). While Correspondant has generally been an outlet for dance music 12-inches, Dischi Autunno aims to champion "home listening experiences"—mainly albums—with a focus on "rock, indie, ambient, prog and experimental music." Each record will feature artwork from UK visual artist and filmmaker Stevie Anderson.
Serving as Dischi Autunno's inaugural release, is Dollkraut's Holy Ghost People LP. Due out in March on vinyl and digital formats, it's the second album to come from the Dutch producer, real name Pascal Pinkert, after 2014's Schimanski's Black Lullabies for The Gym label. We're told to expect an album of "gritty minimal wave electronics with '60s eroticism."
Listen to "Oblivian."
01. Bonnie Said
04. Holy Ghost People
06. Red Girl
08. Have I Told You
Dischi Autunno will release Holy Ghost People on March 10th, 2017.