back in stock as of
april 25th, 2012
first in stock on
june 9th, 2010
|arbor (usa) #arbor 145 lp|
cloaked light / pale blue sky “split” long playing record
- cloaked light - clear of,
- pale blue sky - someday
- pale blue sky - sometime
|june 2010 release ; split one (right down the middle) with peter friel’s cloaked light resisting development throughout a side-long band-pass filtered held-fourth (i admire his adherence to keeping things simple & textural) & mike pollard’s pale blue sky introducing an open-ended major-key floater, later emphasising the 9th for extra added emotional whoomph ...|
the minimal, grey-noise design elements works quite well given the included sonics, with arbor even going asfaras including a printed inner-sleeve with a just-trapezoidal array on each side ...
arbor 145 cloaked light / pale blue sky split 12"ep
working together, but differently. clear of, shows cloaked light working within a new mode; an expanded temporal sensitivity through field recording and discrete static chords. slow movement- revealing growth and decay at the subtlest thresholds; disappearing music with a heavy presence, a shifting sense of space, not in the room, but of the room.
pale blue sky’s someday, sometime approaches a similar expansion of perception and unobscuring blur. through tape manipulation, the inner workings of tonal relationships are placed under focus; extending time to reveal new moments; widening the view. distorting to understand; a reorienting pause. originally conceived to coincide with the cloaked light / pale blue sky california tour with pedestrian deposit, infinite body, earn, and mirror to mirror in january 2010; a testament to a common point and it’s different trajectories. approaching the possibility.
mastered by pete swanson; cut at 45 rpm.
in an edition of 400 copies with glossy jackets and inner sleeves.