Saul Stokes - Metacollage - another really nice one from Saul. This one's a little more low key and improvisational, but still very tonal and just darn pleasant. I like this new direction of Saul's.
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I just wanted to add a postmortem to this thread as related to my quote above. I got an email last night from my label informing me that Terraform is now out-of-print for the reasons I stated above and it will not be repressed.
I got my order in a few hours ago....looking forward to this release.....on another note have you heard Taiga Remains "Wax Canopy"? It's a little noisier and grittier compared to his past releases but an enjoyable listen. If you had the chance to listen to Aun "Motorsleep" then you know what i'm talking about.I wholeheartedly recommend the Peter Wright on Ikussius "Desolation Beauty Violence" it's in my opinion his most accessible work.Just got an email this morning alerting me to a new Peter Wright double CD called 'Snow Blind' on Install (www.installsound.net). Samples sound very promising. Of course, I had to order one.
I wholeheartedly recommend the Peter Wright on Ikussius "Desolation Beauty Violence" it's in my opinion his most accessible work.
Taiga Remains - Ribbons of Dust (Students of Decay) CDR. Great guitar drone, makes a nice complimentary piece to the above. Limited to 100 though...argh.
I'm wondering how many people who say "taking something from me that I did not freely give to you is stealing" also disapprove of the income tax?
Oh wait that's right... that tax money just goes back to help the poor people of society... right.
Thanks for that, Alan. And the sample sounded GOOD.