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The Archivist - The Wooden Laser album mp3


Tracklist

1 The First Pipe Of The Day
2 Circular Boarding
3 Answers Could Not Be Attempted
4 3 b' 2
5 A Three Pipe Problem
6 The Modal Jazz Glove
7 My Dear Fellow
8 Mining For Sound
9 If I Had My Time Over
10 Dozens Of Weathers
11 Until This Morning I Had Never Breathed
12 The Last Pipe Of The Day

Notes

Thanks to a, a, a, b, e, j and I

The following comes from the Boomkat website -
"**Limited edition CD (120 copies) housed in hand-made collage jacket from Craig Tattersall, the man behind the much loved bespoke imprint Cotton Goods and member of Remote Viewer, The Boats and several other projects** Craig Tattersall stokes 'The Wooden Laser' into action on this archival session of quiet, dusty ambient reel-to-reel rustles as The Archivist. Aside from his involvement with Hood, The Remote Viewer and The Boats, Craig has made time over the last eleven years to sketch these twelve barely-there tape vignettes, capturing for posterity the presence of ghostly melodies shrouded in a rich swirl of ferric interference. Operating in a hazy zone somewhere behind the shadows of Pole, William Basinski and Wanda Group, these pieces make a virtue of tape's infidelities and sensitivity to sleight of hand, caressing warm bass shapes and fragments of lingering phrases which seem to flit in the half-light like dust dancing brownian in a shaft of dawn/twi-lit rays. It's beautifully modest and understated music, highly recommended to fans of life's subtler joys."
The Archivist - The Wooden Laser album mp3
Performer: The Archivist
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Wooden Laser
Released: 2013
Style: Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1676 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1571 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 402
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Damand
really brilliant stuff that seems to have flown under most people's radar! Essential for fans of the Basic Channel / Chain Reaction / ~scape sound, and along with the rest of Craig's catalog (The Humble Bee - A Miscellany.. probably my other favorite), possibly the farthest-out one can take the "minimal lo-fi" sound before it completely dissolves into tape hiss and nothingness...