Shells: Another Time tape (Unifactor Tapes, 2018)

January 1, 2019 at 1:52 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Shells: Another Time tape

Shelley Salant’s newest tape is a bit more ambient and weightless than her previous albums. Each side is listed as one piece, but there’s distinct movements within them, so they progress through different ideas. All of it feels like it’s levitating, and there’s a sort of glowing, slightly out-of-focus shimmer to it. It’s too far away to touch but it’s still easy to feel its presence from the distance. It seems to get a little rougher towards the end of the second side, and maybe a few other moments here and there. Still, there’s always something relaxing yet invigorating about what she does. Float out to sea.

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