Angel Dust: Surrounding tape (White Reeves Productions, 2016)

July 24, 2016 at 7:26 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Angel Dust: Surrounding tape

Angel Dust: Surrounding tape

A very rough, grainy snowstorm blur. There’s moments of fleeting melodic hints, but a lot of it feels like it’s tipping toward one corner of the sound design spectrum. But it all flows continuously so it visits a few spaces. One side is 14 minutes and the other is 12, and there’s several song titles listed, but there’s no way to determine when one passage ends and another begins (even the Bandcamp page just divides the stream into Side A and Side B). There is a part during Side A when there’s a sort of clearing, and it seems less hazy/blurry, but then more choppy and intense. With both sides, when it seems like it gets the most clattery, it ends pretty suddenly.

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