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  • rale / 3 headed monster – soundholes

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    Bill Hutson’s Rale project is moving from strength to strength, this side displays a momentous use of beauty and float turning it into something terrific. 3 Headed Monster is the new guise of William VanGorder (ex Other People’s Children and Weak Sisters). 4 tracks of feedback and fast cut action react as a ferocious release to the culmination of the first side.
    Edition of 102


  • rale – some kissed charms that would not protect them – isounderscore

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    originally from the bay area and currently residing in los angeles (the latter of where he’s spent most of the past decade recording and performing along the west coast), william hutson has been a longtime stalwart of the american synth and experimental noise underground quietly releasing small-run works on respected labels such as monorail trespassing, ekhein, arbor, peasant magik, and jugular forest among others. “some kissed charms that would not protect them” over two side-long pieces effectively straddles between orchestral crumar analog synth string swells, noise, field recordings, and experimental modern day minimalism. the attention and monumental focus on composition and movements within each piece is extremely evident as well as hutson’s knowledge and command of modular analog synthesis. housed in deluxe fluorescent blue jackets with silver foil-stamped artwork (clebsch graph) by brandon nickell. limited to 300 copies.
    -isounderscore


  • rale – whispering gallery – arbor

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    Following recent tape releases on Young and Ekhein, Bill Hutson’s Rale project should no longer be an elusive one. His modular synthesized low-end focus reaches new depths with each release; managing to provide a richness in texture and a deep listening experience in slow moving forms. Hutson exercises a dedicated control and mastery in composition as a result of his overwhelming knowledge of the potentials of sound. “Far off organ chords become enveloped by an atmospheric heavy air; melody isn’t shunned, but obscured. Frequencies arranged seamlessly, with a modest approach; like the growth of a grey cloud. In an edition of 400 12” EPs in proprinted cardboard sleeves with printed labels.
    -arbor