L’ Innomable Records

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Founded in 2003, L’ Innomable Records is a small and yet consistently active label. Internationally minded, it deals with specific music for a very niche audience.

Some of its musical creed can be gathered from its name, L’ Innomable, which originates from the title of Samuel Beckett's book and is the French term for "unnameable" or "unspeakable". The music, or better yet, the unidiomatic "organisations of sound" which is released and presented by the label, is "intriguing, but with questionable character". One can more or less state improvisation as its main method, though.


L’ Innomable works with artists from all over the world such as John Butcher, Christof Kurzmann, Michel Doneda, Jonas Kocher, Seijiro Murayama, Margarida Garcia and Irena Tomažin.

When releasing artists from Slovenia, the label often collaborates with Sploh Institute, with whom they've released works by the accordionist Luka Juhart, the double-bass player Tomaž Grom and some others. In 2012, they co-released the Neposlušno / Sound Disobedience compilation album which features some of the most active Slovenian protagonists of the "free improv" musical scene, with an afterword written by British percussionist Eddie Prévost.

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