The Order Of Change is out on the Amsterdam label in July.
This time around, the Dutch label looks to the Spanish composer's '80s group Orquesta De Las Nubes. Sáiz formed the band with percussionist Pedro Estevan while studying contemporary composition in Madrid. "Sharing a curiosity for American minimalist and non-Western music, the pair began to share music through many listening sessions, during which the idea slowly evolved to try and make music together," the label says.
María Villa, Estevan's girlfriend at the time, lent her wordless vocals to the project, which combined Sáiz's "guitar loops, synthesizers and drum computers" with Estevan's "hypnotic percussion."
Orquesta De Las Nubes performed live in Madrid and beyond, but had trouble finding a label to release their recordings. Their manager started an imprint for this purpose, Linterna Música, through which they'd release two albums, as well as an additional album and a live CD, between 1983 and 1987. Music From Memory's forthcoming compilation, The Order Of Change, picks out highlights from this period.
It follows Music From Memory's 2016 Suso Sáiz compilation, Odisea, as well as an album of new music from the Spanish artist, Rainworks.
A1 Un Regalo
A2 Vendrán Lluvias Suaves
A3 Tres Ostras
A4 Tiempo De Espera
A5 Para Que Pasen Las Termitas
A6 Cama Diarmónica
B1 Como Un Guante
B2 El Orden Del Azar
B3 Me Paro Cuando Suena: Divertimento 2: Tiestos
B4 Ella No Lleva Gafas
Music From Memory will release The Order Of Change in July 2018.