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worriedaboutsatan // Circles I & II TAPE

worriedaboutsatan // Circles I & II TAPE

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n5MDなどからも発表しているイギリスのアンビエント〜テクノ作家worriedaboutsatanが、2021年6月に30部限定でリリースしたカセット。アブストラクトなIDM〜アンビエント〜アンビエントテクノがシームレスに移行する30分を収録。DLコード付属。廃盤です。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Shimmering Moods releases available at Tobira.

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Contains Circles Part I and II (originally released as separate CDs).

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" The idea about these releases is to present a continuous mix of floating - experimental - ambient - techno - electronica pieces.....a perfect mix between styles......

Gavin mentioned this in a interview:

The double album is a strange one. I made it when I first moved to this new house I’m currently in. It was sunny (a rare thing for this part of the world), and I was bored, so I just sat and made all this stuff. Some of it is quite sedate, more guitar based, and some is a bit more experimental and electronic. It kinda all fits though, so it’s not like a wild ride of disparate genres or anything! I wanted to do something a little different with them, so I’m doing them as sort of mixes instead of albums – they’re coming out as 1 track CDs, but made up of different songs, all sequenced together. I got the idea from that album ‘My Sister = My Clock’ by dEUS. They’re the Belgian band I took the satan name from (track 3 on their EP ‘Theme From Turnpike’ is called ‘Worried About Satan’), but basically they had loads of unfinished material from their first album, and their label wanted something to tide over fans until their second, so they took all the scraps they had, and put them all together as 1 giant track and interspersed it with weird field recordings of them on tour, or them in the studio. It’s really mad, and not massively listenable, but it’s an interesting curio nonetheless. I basically wanted to copy that, but make it more like you were listening to scraps of fully formed satan songs, all sandwiched together with a purpose. In fact, I remembered after all this dEUS stuff that one of my other favourite bands, Underworld, did a similar thing with their ‘Riverrun’ series -which is all floaty ambience, gently shifting from one tune to another over 30 minutes. That was more what I wanted these things to sound like, but maybe they’re a perfect mix of the two approaches! "

Artist : worriedaboutsatan

Label : Shimmering Moods

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n5MDなどからも発表しているイギリスのアンビエント〜テクノ作家worriedaboutsatanが、2021年6月に30部限定でリリースしたカセット。アブストラクトなIDM〜アンビエント〜アンビエントテクノがシームレスに移行する30分を収録。DLコード付属。廃盤です。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Shimmering Moods releases available at Tobira.

-------------------------

Contains Circles Part I and II (originally released as separate CDs).

~

" The idea about these releases is to present a continuous mix of floating - experimental - ambient - techno - electronica pieces.....a perfect mix between styles......

Gavin mentioned this in a interview:

The double album is a strange one. I made it when I first moved to this new house I’m currently in. It was sunny (a rare thing for this part of the world), and I was bored, so I just sat and made all this stuff. Some of it is quite sedate, more guitar based, and some is a bit more experimental and electronic. It kinda all fits though, so it’s not like a wild ride of disparate genres or anything! I wanted to do something a little different with them, so I’m doing them as sort of mixes instead of albums – they’re coming out as 1 track CDs, but made up of different songs, all sequenced together. I got the idea from that album ‘My Sister = My Clock’ by dEUS. They’re the Belgian band I took the satan name from (track 3 on their EP ‘Theme From Turnpike’ is called ‘Worried About Satan’), but basically they had loads of unfinished material from their first album, and their label wanted something to tide over fans until their second, so they took all the scraps they had, and put them all together as 1 giant track and interspersed it with weird field recordings of them on tour, or them in the studio. It’s really mad, and not massively listenable, but it’s an interesting curio nonetheless. I basically wanted to copy that, but make it more like you were listening to scraps of fully formed satan songs, all sandwiched together with a purpose. In fact, I remembered after all this dEUS stuff that one of my other favourite bands, Underworld, did a similar thing with their ‘Riverrun’ series -which is all floaty ambience, gently shifting from one tune to another over 30 minutes. That was more what I wanted these things to sound like, but maybe they’re a perfect mix of the two approaches! "

Artist : worriedaboutsatan

Label : Shimmering Moods