(Photo by Kadri Sammel) Out on August 11 on CD and already now digitally on Metropolis Records is the reissue of the Bedless Bones album “Sublime Malaise”. This reissue comes in advance of an all-new third album later in 2023. This extended reissue of “Sublime Malaise”, her 2019 debut album, adds four remixes to the original record.
Behind Bedless Bones we find Kadri Sammel, a singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and interdisciplinary artist from Tallinn, Estonia. As Bedless Bones, she experiments with electro-noir, building bridges and bending the borders between darkwave, EBM, techno beats, industrial sounds and ‘otherworldly’ atmospherics.
She is also a member of Estonian avant-garde deathbeat/outdustrial outfit Forgotten Sunrise and the singer in the UK/Estonian dystopian industrial band Deathsomnia. Additionally, under the alias DJ Dirt Vessel, she has been a crucial part of Beats From The Vault, an underground event series in Estonia that has been in existence since 1998.
Here are a few tracks from the “Sublime Malaise” album.
And below is the reissued version.
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