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  • Deluxe Spring 2018 Cassette Batch

    Includes one of each of the following...
    Tiger Village 'In Stereo II' c51
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Striking an equilibrium as balanced as the fabric of nature and mind, the waxing and waning of the cosmos and human realms, and the force that ensures a constant, dynamic harmony of all things, so too does this disarming offering from the Chicago pair of Forest Management's John Daniel and Trancient's Ryan Sullivan.

Forest Management's side drifts weightlessly between your ears, hovering mid-air; an ambient wash over the senses. A sherpa charting an aural expedition traversing the ethereal plane, John's mastery of poignant expansive drones is unparalleled, leaving an extraordinary track-record in its wake, unfolded across recent titles with No Rent, Unifactor, Lillerne, Constellation Tatsu and Mistake by the Lake, to name but a few.

Trancient's side immediately grounds you with the weight of his command of truly spellbinding grooves, effortlessly summoning a pair of deep pocket head-nodders which develop at an impeccably measured pace, enveloping the listener in the warmth of intertwining guitars and minimal synths melodies, a remarkable entrance for the debut of Ryan's Trancient project.


released April 1, 2018

Forest Management is John Daniel
Trancient is Ryan Sullivan


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