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  • kevin greenspon – an endless distance – tired trails

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    an endless distance is a re-issue of an incredible set of tunes
    originally released on cd by our good friend Kevin G. & we
    just couldn’t let this one go without putting it onto, you guessed
    it, cassette. i’ve had a blast dubbing these too cause the sounds
    fit so perfectly into my late afternoons & evenings, Greenspon’s
    guitar swimming in & out of these amber waves of distortion so
    perfectly i can’t help but be swallowed whole by them. City Breezes
    opens up the tape with these righteous slightly tremeloed currents
    rolling up & down the backstreets in tangled patterns & poses.
    these captivating sounds tell a story so intensely you half expect a
    holographic image to appear like a headlight from the tape player
    out onto your floor space or something. what you end up seeing
    is a reflection of the story, a memory of what the sounds mimic.
    found sounds get tangled in the static – slams, crashes, footsteps –
    the image becomes like a dying television floating in & of focus.
    your sailing on the lights of the city like a snowflake. they’re flashing
    in tune with your heart beat & you can feel the city life bubbling
    beneath you about to catch fire. a gentle rush sliding you over like
    that first bite of candied apple at the state fair. definitely for fans
    of pink desert, xiphiidae and getting lost in those long hazy crazy
    nights of san fran.

  • kevin greenspon – bracing – family time records

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    With Bracing we see Kevin really finding his niche and driving it home. His style is like a bridge never thought of, approaching ambient music with a pop mentality.

  • kevin greenspon – unveiling – monorail trespassing

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    “Los Angeles’ hardest working man. What may appear to be all bright light soon gets covered by dark clouds. Greenspon combines elements of ambient music, drone, collage and harsh noise, all condensed into song form. Six tracks of delicate compositions for guitar, keyboard, and tapes.”