$27.99

2LP Zola Jesus Live At Roadburn 2018 vinyl cut shape

2LP Zola Jesus Live At Roadburn 2018 vinyl cut shape

This is a one time only pressing of these colours. As the distribution network at this moment is not working (as stores are closed) only way to get this is by ordering them directly with us or the band (in the US/CA).

Color of the vinyl is an estimate, colours can turn out differently when pressed at the plant though it should be approaching the image shown.
Each colour is limited to 200 copies.
The cut out on the shape version is really a cut out. These need a different master from the plant so these are a bit more expensive (great item though!)

Zola Jesus Live At Roadburn 2018 is Zola Jesus first ever live album. Recorded at Roadburn Festival 2018 where Zola Jesus was invited by Jakob Bannon of Converge to play at his curated day.

Zola Jesus is the stage name of Russian American musician Nika Roza Danilova. Under the name Zola Jesus, she has released a number of genre bending EPs and albums. Her approach is a cross pollination of electronic/industrial, classical, and gothic sounds. All of it coming together as a dark and emotional artistic experience.

Jacob Bannon (Converge) about inviting Zola Jesus for his curated day at Roadburn Festival 2018.

“I first heard Nika’s work on the “Stridulum”  EP (Sacred Bones, 2010). Every aspect of the release connected with me and it soon became a daily listen. The record (and all of her work) was relatable and infectious. I’ve been an avid listener ever since. Watching her artistry grow and deepen over time has been inspiring. “Okovi”, the latest from Zola Jesus is such a powerful album. I am truly honored to have Nika and Company at Roadburn 2018 as part of my curation.”

Credits
Zola Jesus:
Nika Roza Danilova - vocals, synth
Alex Degroot - guitar, electronics
Louise Woodward - viola
Mixed and mastered by James Plotkin
Audio registration at Roadburn Festival 2018 by Marcel van de Vondervoort and his team
Front sleeve artwork by Oejerum:
www.instagram.com/oejerum/
Sleeve by Maurice de Jong