Nicolas Jaar’s 2015 ‘Pomegranates’ LP gets first ever vinyl release
Three years ago, Nicolas Jaar released his 2015 LP, Pomegranates, as an unofficial rescoring of the 1969 Russian film The Color Of Pomegranates. Now, London-based label Mana, is releasing the album on vinyl release, for the first time ever today. Pomegrantes was recently been remastered by the Berlin institution D&M and also includes a new sleeve designed by David Rudnick, who worked on the recent Oneohtrix Point Never LP and is known for his impeccable neo-Gothic typeface.
Jaar released his last album Sirens under the moniker in 2016, followed by a deluxe edition of the record last year. His latest record, 2012 – 2017, was released under his A.A.L (Against All Logic) moniker earlier this year. Get a fresher on Pomegranates below.
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