"Arrival Vibrate" is Larsen's 17th album, an alchemical suite tribute to the late Z'EV based on his poem by the same title hereby transcribed by Larsen's members into a score following the "Rhythmajick" kabbalistic musical theories by their friend Z'EV.

The album, to be released on MC and DD by Important Records documents the first live performance ever of this piece recorded at the band's 13th of March 2018 benefit concert for Médecins Sans Frontières International at The National Museum Of Cinema in Torino, Italy, and features two different versions of "Arrival Vibrate", one faithful to the show mixed by Larsen's sound engineer Paul Beauchamp and one revised and enriched by Larsen and Z'EV's mutual friend, musician/ performer/ visual artist John Duncan (of Los Angeles Free Music Society fame).

About his (re)mix John Duncan says: "The contribution I wanted to make was to enhance moments that seemed to call for more complexity, more presence and most of all more of a congratulatory celebration of Z'EV's achievements, with the applause that was always so difficult for him to accept, as well as to be effectively invisible; like you hear the same music you heard before, but it's like hearing it for the first time."

"Arrival Vibrate" can also be considered the second collaboration between Larsen and Z'EV - here present in his absence - after their 2011 project/album "In V.Tro".

Arrival Vibrate
Side A

Arrival Vibrate

Side B
Arrival Vibrate II

RELEASE DATE: October 25, 2019

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