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A bassoon alternating between extended trips into the unknown and fierce, improvised assertions of self.
Ambient vapours, techno insistence, trinkets of musique concrète.
Thought patterns translated into constellations of alternate tuning.
Tape decay, dismal day.
Tape machine mess, musical remnant, analogue autocannablism.
Percussion, resonance and the unknowing mind.
Sudden percussive epiphany. Deliberate interjections of electronics. Eternally redressed equilibrium.
A silhouette escaping the illumination of misfired understanding. Not an album of Wild Western retro-synthesiser jams.
Life returns to an old abandoned piano. Melodies press through the resistance of stiff joints and withered muscle fibre.
Bleak folk songs in three languages, navigating landscapes of regret and imminent collapse.