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  • inner travels – clear seeing – inner islands

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    There were specific natural, geographical visions which guided and inspired the music on ‘Clear Seeing.’ This is not unusual, as Inner Travels often pursues sounds that evoke some imagery whenever attempting to create music. But for this album, the visions were among the clearest. Some of them were of real places he had visited: a field at dawn, geese flying off the ice shelf of a small lake at dusk. Some remain experienced only through the mind’s eye.”

    Music by S. Targo.
    Recorded June 2015-February 2016 at The Corner Room, Lake Geneva, WI; and Celestion, Pell Lake, WI.
    Mastered at Celestion.
    Artwork by Sean Conrad.
    Special thanks to Sean Conrad & my family.

  • ylangylang & celine bion / inner travels – fluere tapes

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    limited edition of 24
    Voltaged echo’s of succor dust cinder blocks into pink meto thoracic pigments for rejunivative wheels of butterfly rehabilitation clinics!

    Fluere Tapes 06 Split Cassette Tape Release

    A Side
    YlangYlang & Celine Bion “Golden Teachers”
    Jam recorded July 2015

    B Side
    Inner Travels “Joyful Awakening”
    All sounds made with a Waldorf Blofeld, flavored by Vox DelayLab & Behringer UB1204FX-Pro. Recorded & produced 6/6-6/12/15 at The Corner Room, Lake Geneva, WI.

  • inner travels – bakasyiong – phinery tapes

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    “Bakasyiong, the title of the latest collection of synth instrumentals from Inner Travels, is a Tagalog word that means “vacation.” The choice of name is a little on the nose, as the Wisconsin-based artist conceived of almost all the tracks on this new release during a nearly monthlong stay in Davao City, a town on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. But the moniker certainly fits the mood that S. Targo, the gent behind Inner Travels, presents herein. As with his previous efforts, these simple, understated compositions that dance little arpeggiated melodies and sparkling drones around the stereo field are meant to massage your pre-frontal cortex, sending you into a state of blissful relaxation. The same kind of feeling you get when you’re separated from your day job and the worries of home life while visiting another part of the world. Bakasyiong also carries with it a slightly haunted quality, particularly on “VII,” a collage of improvised performances captured on a tape deck. The rumble and hiss of the analog recording root the song’s otherwise lovely, pinging tones in the present day, and letting the listener keep one foot in reality while the rest of the body goes on a spectral journey.”

    – AdHoc