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Free Dust // Archive: Ash | Wave / Climate | Ripple DOUBLE CD

Free Dust // Archive: Ash | Wave / Climate | Ripple DOUBLE CD

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m. sageのFree Dust名義での2枚組CD。30曲入り。100部限定、デジパック仕様。地下アンビエントの一助となったPatient Sounds最後の作品。


Free Dust is a pseudonym used by Matthew Sage to catalog and share minimal electric guitar and magnetic tape works. This double compact disc release, originally released on Patient Sounds in 2019, is available in a very limited quantity after a small stash was discovered in a box in the closet.


From the Patient Sounds press materials for this release:


Upon moving to Chicago in 2014, Matthew Sage started cataloguing and releasing recordings as Free Dust. A step away from his primary musical output as M. Sage, there focused more on composition and complex studio editing, Free Dust became an outlet centered less on craft and more on confessional sincerity. It was also constrained by a reduced studio space, which led to a forced limitation: electric guitar, pedals, and cassette 4-track were the only tools permitted here. It quickly became a public wordless journal. Romantic but shook.

Across 2015, five years ago, four albums, one a season, were released online. This archive collects all four parts of this year-long cycle in one digital document. Approx. 160 minutes of ambient and experimental 4-track electric guitar dedication on two compact discs; moving fluidly between shadows of humid melody and rippling flutter, Sage amassed a year long chronicle of contemplative melodic impressions. In hindsight, these songs and scraps capture the immense and reaching ripple of trying, and doing, and failing some too. Reflecting on and making large-scale changes and the following positive and negative consequences. Longing and finding, and also not finding. Losing a little but gaining a lot too. Accruing some actual dust. 

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m. sageのFree Dust名義での2枚組CD。30曲入り。100部限定、デジパック仕様。地下アンビエントの一助となったPatient Sounds最後の作品。


Free Dust is a pseudonym used by Matthew Sage to catalog and share minimal electric guitar and magnetic tape works. This double compact disc release, originally released on Patient Sounds in 2019, is available in a very limited quantity after a small stash was discovered in a box in the closet.


From the Patient Sounds press materials for this release:


Upon moving to Chicago in 2014, Matthew Sage started cataloguing and releasing recordings as Free Dust. A step away from his primary musical output as M. Sage, there focused more on composition and complex studio editing, Free Dust became an outlet centered less on craft and more on confessional sincerity. It was also constrained by a reduced studio space, which led to a forced limitation: electric guitar, pedals, and cassette 4-track were the only tools permitted here. It quickly became a public wordless journal. Romantic but shook.

Across 2015, five years ago, four albums, one a season, were released online. This archive collects all four parts of this year-long cycle in one digital document. Approx. 160 minutes of ambient and experimental 4-track electric guitar dedication on two compact discs; moving fluidly between shadows of humid melody and rippling flutter, Sage amassed a year long chronicle of contemplative melodic impressions. In hindsight, these songs and scraps capture the immense and reaching ripple of trying, and doing, and failing some too. Reflecting on and making large-scale changes and the following positive and negative consequences. Longing and finding, and also not finding. Losing a little but gaining a lot too. Accruing some actual dust. 

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