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  • brendan murray – inveterate

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    Brendan Murray’s consistent output for the past decade has revealed an underlying concern for the working of sonic material. Inveterate, containing a single,extended 90 minute recording follows this line of thought; looking inside of a sustained moment developing in such a way that difference and similarity can no longer be distinguished. Establishing itself as itself by attempting to present the sound from all possible angles and orientations. Nonlinear developments; viewed from the outside as a long blur. Recorded September 2009 at Weirdo Records. In an edition of 150 copies with professionally duplicated/imprinted cassettes and cardstock covers.

  • earn – lacewing

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    Two very simple and minimal mandolin-based ambient pieces recorded to 4-track one summers day in Los Angeles. Songs for the passing of a day and where the time goes.

  • earn – performance

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    Two full length live recordings. Ranging from an earlier, more long-form set in Chicago 2009 to a more recent set of several pieces recorded this previous fall in St. Louis. Personally, this release serves not only as a document of “Performance” but also to illustrate the sometimes strange dynamic between the person playing, the people attending, and the place it’s all occurring in.

  • earn – hell on earth

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    Pure bliss-float. I don’t know how he keeps a sustainted tone so rich, while you can almost hear little patterns sticking out now and then. Truly transcendental.
    -lunar atrium

  • earn – romantic comedy

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    a single 28 minute piece on cdr

  • the accidents – demo colors

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    Debut release from the mysterious?? Cleveland, Ohio unit, The Accidents. Not limiting themselves to any “genre”, “Demo Color” has genuine variety within it’s 11 tracks and manages to maintain a cohesive center. Lush synthesizer and drum machine arrangements, heartfelt acoustic guitar and cassette work. With central themes of disaster and loss, particularly in America in the last century, there is a strong emotional core to this release not often heard in synthesizer based music at this moment in time. Expressing something beyond the surface and incorporating an extremely human narrative somewhere it is often lacking

  • the compass rose – the simulation district

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    Sophmore release by duo The Compass Rose. Rumored to have taken nearly a year to complete following a move back to the states, Jack Gilbert and company have finally returned with a new album of data and voice. Whereas the focus of the previous Compass Rose release “The Plough Horse” concerned the totality of all things, “The Simulation Distrcit” seems to aim it’s sights on what doesn’t exist, what is invisible, and what is inevitable. . Plans for a debut LP in the works.

  • geoff mullen – alone and in a room

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    A collection of live performances by Providence, Rhode Island’s Geoff Mullen. His first solo release for Ekhein following a recent string of releases on the Rel and Draft labels. Featuring sets at Cafe Fixe, Zebulon, and The Aviavry as well as percussion sources by Eli Keszler (who features Geoff on his recent “Cold Pin” LP on Pan). Blurring the lines between tape collage and live instrumentation, Mullen is no stranger to improvisation in the live setting, performing in many groups and collaborations over the years (and just recently going on his first European tour). His talent for creating minimal, at times deeply chaotic tension, yet maintaining complete control is without a doubt on full display here.

  • sean mccann and matthew sullivan – jackpot

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    Consisting of source material recorded around the half way point of production on the “Vanity Fair” LP released earlier this year on Recital. “Jackpot” is a document of sketches and collages exploring techniques in cassette playback, field recording, and the combination of varying fidelities, all based outside of a studio setting. With sources ranging from, but not limited to the household sounds of M. Geddes Gengras home and studio in East Los Angeles, a trip to LA Gun Club, solo and duet recordings of piano, violin, acoustic guitar, trumpet, percussion, and Sean’s weekend in Las Vegas last summer. Plans for another LP already in the works for later this year.