Catalogue

BRILLIANT AT BREAKFAST | Being Verbose Is Easy, Being Verbose Ain’t Easy | PPR001 | CD | January 2011

“Being Verbose Is Easy, Being Verbose Ain’t Easy” is the lovely debut album by Yogyakarta-based indiepoppers Brilliant At Breakfast. Nine tracks (plus a hidden track) of smooth, jangly and sunshine-y tweepop with female vocals. The packaging comes with a choose-your-own-adventure type of story book. This album is a split release with our Peruvian friend Susy Records. Now available in Japan (Apple Crumble), Singapore (Straits and Happy Teardrop Music), Sweden (Fraction Discs) and UK (Pebble).

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PALLERS | The Sea of Memories | PPR002 | CD | January 2012

With the aim of a three-dimensional sound Pallers have created the monumental debut ”The Sea of Memories.  Ten tracks where every influence find  it’s place in an ever shimmering mosaic. The wealth of details, the ever growing melodies and epic soundscapes transforms the listening experience into a space voyage of discovery.

The Sea of Memories combining the elements of ambient, Balearic-influenced electronic music and pop sensibility of Johan Angergard.

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LAZYROOM | Native NarrativePPR003 | CD | July 2012

Native Narrative is the debut of the four piece shoegazing act from Yogyakarta, Lazyroom. The album contains heavy layered dreamy  soundscapes that can be referred to the 90’s shoegazing sound as well as its new revivalists. Native Narrative is also released in the USA via Patetico Recordings. The album “contains 10 tracks, ranging from the aggressively loud to the introspective and jangly, capturing shoegaze’s punk rock, new wave, and pop tendencies with equal valor” – Marcel Thee from The Jakarta Globe.

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Album CoverANSWER SHEET | Chapter 1: Istas Promenade | PPR004 | CD | January 2013

Chapter 1: Istas Promenade is a lovely debut by the most prominent indie ukulele artist in Indonesia. Ten tracks of smooth, folky, yet go a wee experimental with layers and synths in couple tracks would get rid off any perceptual images you’d probably think an ukulele-based group would present.

“Instead of being vintage, they’re taking a time machine to the future, imagining the past from the day that yet to come. The result is a timeless music.” Taufiq Rahman from The Jakartabeat.