Assemblage Points

by Life on Planets

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I See You At The Bookstore I See You At Club I See You Everywhere My Love See You In My Dreams Don’t Know Where You Were Born Don’t Know Where You Come From Don’t Know If You Know What I Know Yes I Know You Were Put Here For Me To Love Nice To Meet You I Want To Take Your Hand Nice To Meet You Lets Just Walk The Land Nice To Meet You Were Wasting Time We Should Be Making Love Nice To Meet You When I Can See You Com Te Noms I See You Everywhere My Love My Heart Is Breaking I’m Aching Happiness Is Envious Of Your Kiss How Did I Get So Obsessed With This Notion You Were Put Here For Me To Acquiesce To Love Nice To Meet You I Want To Take Your Hand Nice To Meet You Lets Just Walk The Land Nice To Meet You Were Wasting Time We Should Be Making Love Nice To Meet You When I Can See You Come Te Noms Com Te Noms
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Assemblage Points
Vessel 001
Release Date: December 7th
Artwork: Sarah Haddou- @sarahhaddou www.sarahhaddou.com


Assemblage Points is the second studio album of Baltimore based duo Life on Planets. Set for release on the Vessel imprint, it is a collection of 8 tracks that each draw influence from a different paradigm.

The album begins with the disco stylings of 'A Static Dove' - a song that was written on the eve of the unrest in Baltimore, where protesters took to the streets in the face of police brutality. Silent City is a song featuring Jamaica's David Marston, one of Life on Planets' favorite collaborators who brings a vintage keyboard and bass to the track. Com Te Noms? is a gypsy-jazz inspired house affair, where Phill sings the chorus in Catalan, serenading a young balearic woman. Goblet in Hand features the Central African flavor of Baltimore resident and co-producer N'Dinga Gaba. On Nameless, the duo channel Lao Tzu for a peak time track with a message that's had party goers putting hands in the air from the Red Sea to the Carribean. Work of Art is a minimal and soulful percussive work out with lyrics that paint a picture of high art. Denali is a track named after the indigenous name for the Alaskan mountain peak that's the highest point in the continental United States, with an infectious guitar melody that draws inspiration from Sting and The Police. Finally, the album closes with The Quiet Storm, an acapella poem.

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released December 7, 2015

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Life on Planets Brooklyn, New York

Life On Planets is the solo project of singer/guitarist Phill Celeste. Melding soul, R&B, and house in his original productions; the artist’s eclectic sound took him from the streets of Baltimore to cities the world over. Join Phill as he weaves live performance with electronics to spread messages of truth, love and consciousness across dance floors. ... more

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