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Various Artists :: Air Rings Volume 3 (Digitalis) TRIPLE CASSETTE

$18 CAD
Various Artists :: Air Rings Volume 3 (Digitalis) TRIPLE CASSETTE
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Various Artists :: Air Rings Volume 3 (Digitalis) TRIPLE CASSETTE

$18 CAD
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Air Rings Vol. 3 changes the format up a bit from it’s two younger sisters, going in for the triplets this time and settling on a combination of solos and duos.  Since it bears a formidable catalog number, we knew this one needed to go further and needed to rise up so we enlisted some heavyweights to get it done.  Over the course of three 40-ish minute tapes,Panabrite, Decimus, Hobo Cubes, Élément Kuuda, Cavernes, & Mohawk Park.

Now I’m guessing those first four need no introduction, but a few words nonetheless.  Panabrite is in fine form with a more laid back approach, dragging you into the clouds and cooling everything off.  Pat Murano continues the unpredictable trajectory of Decimus with some spooked-out electronic aspirations that are comfortable in the ground as Panabrite is in the sky.  This is a real basement-dweller.  Now, Hobo Cubes and Élément Kuuda actually both appear twice herein.  We get the gamut of Hobo actions with some ramped-up technobabble and sprite-in-the-morning synth stylings.  He puts it together wonderfully, sending you on a journey all his own.  Kuuda brings the bubblegum to the party with some of his most realized work to date.  Subtitled Moon Dapples, his side is a psychedelic dreamscape all fleshed-out with technicolor hues and laden with pop hooks.  Cavernes joins Hobo and Kuuda together with their own distinct substances to sling.  Narco-dub rhythms are at home next to gooey kosmische and fictional soundscapes.  It’s the perfect mixture of their two approaches and comes off beautifully.  And then there’s Mohawk Park, the new duo between Brad Rose (Charlatan) and Dylan Aycock (Talk West).  Weird basslines and dissonant leads are punctuated by hazy samples and live drum sacrilege.  I don’t even know where it all came from or where it’s going, but this was one hell of a moment in time caught and recorded.

Three tapes (all roughly c40s). Triple-norelco case.  Edition of 100.

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