Discrepant is a record label founded in London in 2011 and ran by Gonçalo F. Cardoso, with the aim to deconstruct, distort and re-assemble the lore of (un)popular music around the world.
7 titles
Aquapelago - An Oceans Anthology (vinyl LP)
An anthology introducing the first of a series of albums based on the concept of "aquapelago", with Sugai Kei, Andrew Pekler, Mike Cooper, The Dead Mauriacs, Babau, Vica Pacheco, Yannick Dauby, Sculpture, Franceso Cavaliere and Tomoko Sauvage.
 Ondness - Oeste A.D. (vinyl LP)
Marking an important step in the discography of the Portuguese musician, Oeste A.D. is crossed by a nostalgic impulse, between a nod to the theme of the Expo 98 in Lisbon and a tribute to the best productions of Fennesz and Black Dice in the early 2000s.
Pierre Bastien - Sonic Folkways (vinyl LP)
The French musician, composer and instrument builder returns to Discrepant label and brings an astonishing array of instruments from different cartographies and legacies.
Koray Kantarcıoğlu - Loopworks 2 (vinyl LP)
Loopworks 2 expands Istanbul based audio/visual artist Kantarcioğlu's sampling pool to Turkish records as well as snippets from 70's TV and 80's new age and jazz tapes. This disparate material is mangled and glued together with Koray's very personal sampling techniques.
Francisco López - Hidden Island Music (untitled #398) (vinyl LP)
Francisco López offers a brand new field recording composition based on the recordings he did in the island of Tenerife whilst visiting for a performance at the Keroxen Festival, 2020.
Gonçalo F. Cardoso - Impressões de Outra Ilha (Borneo) (vinyl LP)
An impressionistic and dreamlike sound portrait of the island of Borneo.
Carlos Casas - Kamana (vinyl LP + CD)
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A multiformat release inspired by and channeling the culture and traditions of the Aeta, an indigenous group from the Zambales region in the Philippines, some of the most ancient nomadic and hunter gathering cultures. A sonic exorcism filled with ancestral frequencies, haunted ghosts, and other animistic spirits from the Pinatubo forests, going from the realms of the real to the imaginary, from transcription to syncretism, from concrete to abstract.

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