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GEOFF MULLEN “WIND CHIMES” LP

Limited pressing of 250 copies, on clear vinyl. Wind Chimes gathers material from a recent sound installation and performance. Following up on his last LP, Filtered Water, Mullen continues to use site-specific recordings as a means to explore the sonic characteristics of a space; yet here the focus is on the idea of feedback-as-process. Using field recordings and staged acoustic environments, Wind Chimes introduces us to a familiar object – in this case, a pair of mass-produced bamboo wind chimes – and listens as they undergo a series of sonic and spatial manipulations. The original sounds are copied and altered, and eventually re-amplified in different spaces, until new forms emerge and collide with both real and manufactured fidelities. The LP version is presented as a series of miniatures, cut in mono, with liner notes and links to additional audio for a wide range of home-listening possibilities. Ideal for blending with your own home-electronics, HVAC’s, and outdoor wildlife. Each record is housed in a white tip-on sleeve and comes with a color paste-on and insert.


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New – DIGITAL ONLY – release of some archival and unreleased music from the past 6 or 7 years. Some of these tracks appeared on a tape from 2006 released by Sloow Tapes of Stekene, Belgium.. others were on limited edition tapes released by Rare Youth & some are presented here for the 1st time. Buy from your favorite digi-seller or stream from your closest device…

Also! — I’ve made available (in the digital realm) three out-of-print cassettes from recent years –> Tropical Contact High / Live @ Casa, Alone & In A Room, and A Dust Futures. Stream w/ abandon…

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