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Eli Keszler
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Release Date
November 17, 2021
  • Candle and Vinyl Bundle:

    • Icons X Joya - Candle Candle

    • Icons Vinyl, 2×LP Clear Blue

    Available: November 17, 2021

Contains two new bonus tracks Please Note Vinyl is Original Red Cover version of Icons and doesnt contain the new tracks which are digital exclusive

Icons+ is an immersive work in perpetual motion, evoking a glorious and dystopian western world. Known as a frequent collaborator to Oneohtrix Point Never, Laurel Halo, Kevin Beasley, Rashad Becker, and Skrillex. Keszler’s latest solo venture offers up a latticework of melodic percussion, drum set, and electro-acoustic instrumentation, built upon fragments of American abstraction, ancient scales, industrial percussion, and jazz-age film noir to achieve its feeling of imperial decay. Keszler’s instrumental performances are framed by panoramic recordings of New York City and the Odyssey Cave, along with other on-location audio from his global travels, defining an expansive music that takes on hyperreal forms difficult to describe outside of the loss and wonderment that defines our age.

Digital Tracklist

  1. 1 All the Mornings in the World 6:41 Buy

    All the Mornings in the World

  2. 2 God Over Money 3:36 Buy

    God Over Money

  3. 3 The Accident 4:36 Buy

    The Accident

  4. 4 Daily Life 2:35 Buy

    Daily Life

  5. 5 Rot Summer Smoothes 2:53 Buy

    Rot Summer Smoothes

  6. 6 Dawn 5:34 Buy


  7. 7 Static Doesn?t Exist 6:01 Buy

    Static Doesn?t Exist

  8. 8 Late Archaic 3:45 Buy

    Late Archaic

  9. 9 Civil Sunset 4:02 Buy

    Civil Sunset

  10. 10 Evenfall 6:44 Buy


  11. 11 We sang a dirge, and you did not mourn 2:27 Buy

    We sang a dirge, and you did not mourn

  12. 12 Years of This 4:00 Buy

    Years of This

  13. 13 Sunrise 3:00 Buy


Eli Keszler

Eli Keszler

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