I am so happy to announce that the very first music that I made 40 years ago is on record now and a collectors item.
Thank you so much Calax records for inviting me all the way from Japan to put my music on Vinyl. I never dreamed that would happen, but here it is…..
I visited Rush Hour, the store in Amsterdam that sells (and pressed) my Double LP ” CORA” . So impressed by the quality and happy to find out that the LP’s are printed on eco Vinyl.
You can listen to samples and order now @ Rush Hour !!!!!
On august 29th 2021 this review came out by Endless Grooves and it blew my mind. I am so deeply touched…
f there was ever an musician who embodied these ideas of intermingling frequencies with the spontaneous and passions for life and love, then it has to be experimental Dutch artist Cora Emens, who during the 1980s crafted some of the most intricately balanced soundscapes, often pairing the most intriguing of layers together into experiences that felt like no other.
Beautiful stuff. Wonderful stuff. Gorgeous stuff. Excellent stuff.
…and Cora on the right, whispering into our ears with the most delicate of audial embraces, and you feel the love wash right over you.
Truly sublime music, that connects right into you.
Truly extraordinary, unique and colourful, it will make you fall in love with the idea of escapism once again, and that is very powerful indeed.
On 11-12-2021 My LP got some more airplay on: 130701 A Dream Across The Border By Dave Howell
He wrote: “It’s so great to discover lost gems like this album. I love the very loose, almost drowsy warmth of these tracks and the somehow smoky scent of desire that seems to linger and hang throughout the tracks. It’s incredibly appealing. Seems like this past entwines really nicely with a lot of similarly fluid and hazy contemporary music being made in the margins”.