"Revisitante", the fourth album by Chilean composer M Janet Mars (MarsCat), is the culmination of three years of work and fifteen years of musical studies from avantgarde to neoromanticism.
Featuring ten original compositions, some of the most complex, all-encompassing, genre-defying songs of her career; and interpreted by herself, her jazz band MarsCat New Jazz Unit and the neoromantic outfit The 9; these songs explore everything from hypermodern jazz, dark ambient, early electronica experiments, choral music, spy music, film noir, pseudo-arabic folk, new jazz and neobaroque compositions.
We hope you enjoy what might easily be the best and most daring album ever made by M Janet Mars/MarsCat.
All music written and performed by M Janet Mars (Kid MarsCat☆).
Songs inspired by and dedicated to 大友 良英, Moondog, John Zorn, Trey Spruance, Sun City Girls, Marc Ribot, Георгий Свиридов, Laibach, 戸川純, Adam Neely, סשה ארגוב, Joni Mitchell, Alec Empire, John Carpenter, 鈴木 慶一, Dälek, Van Dyke Parks, Bill Lee, Eric Dolphy, 久石 譲, SPK, Jean-Jacques Perrey, 細野晴臣, Brett Siler, The Residents, Ennio Morricone, Frank Zappa, Goblin, Эдуард Артемьев, Lustmord, Jim O'Rourke, John Cage, Krzysztof Penderecki, Pleasance House, Bohren & der Club of Gore, Ornette Coleman, Rahul Dev Burman, Brian Wilson and メルツバウ.
Thanks to Javier Carcamo ♡, Leo Medel ☆, Sadie & Maxine ☆ and NINGEN ☆ for all the support; also thanks to all of my internet fwends; my favorite philosophers of the now, Ayn Rand, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Aleister Crowley and Rene Guénon; Chloe, Tyler and Sara ☆; and the biggest thank you to the ghost of hyperculture that permeates all meaningful human experience, that allows artists to inspire and be inspired.
And a huge thank you to my Patreons Thomas Royan, Vajira Ranaviraja, and Chloe Adams for funding this release!
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