Huron - Infinity + Forever
Johnny Lancia has been releasing blissed out ambient recordings under the Huron moniker for many years. His newest release is filled with heady drones and idiosyncratic rhythms that reflect the natural world filtered through a variety of analog electronics and tape manipulation processes. [ET010 - ed. 50]




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Mayne Jansfield - Earthworks Vol. I
The first in a new series of live recordings. On this edition Mayne Jansfield explores the sustained tone branch of minimalism, blending analog synthesis techniques and misc brass instrumentation. [ET009 - ed. 25]





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Nathaniel Ott Homer - Première Fois
In his debut release Nathaniel Ott Homer explores the process of creating self-generative systems in order to find ways of controlling them. Recorded in New York over the course of 2014 the album is drone heavy, with the sibilance of white noise echoing through a desolate soundscape. [ET008 - ed. 50]




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Mooseheart - Atlanticism
On this sophomore release Mooseheart presents tracks of unsettling tranquility and eerily familiar voicings. As an alternate history of drone the dependent origination recalls the work of Roger Penrose and the objective collapse theories of harmony. [ET007 - ed. 100]





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Leo Zapplin - Voyageons
Recorded on a sojourn to the Cauchy horizon, Leo Zapplin's label debut is full of hyper-repetition and withering transpositional escalations. Side one tells the story of Ismail's musical automata, the spatial unease reflected in the winding modalities and asynchronous beating. Patient and haunting in its depiction of the clay golems of Sanhedrin, the polynomial wavelengths were reticulated so as to preserve the cannibalism of the counter-culture. Side two presents the same eschatology for prepared organ and waterclock. [ET006 - ed. 100]

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Machines LTD - S/T
In this new collection of recordings the author extends the musical vocabulary and relays the operational coefficient of velocity based time dilation while reminding the listener of the compossibility and implications of a PSPACE-complete era. Composed in Gödel metric notation, the passages and suites comprise a body of work that is confronted with a paradoxical choice and stirred up in the unity of its contradiction: Adorno's advanced product that has renounced consumption, etc. $5 [ET005 - ed. 100]

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Sunn Rhsi - Hyper-Objects & Charts
Lo-fi analog improvisations recorded live to single track tape. All sounds were created on labor making inventions communicating Skinner's contingencies of reinforcement. The selections showcase the temporality & heady effervescence of the machine; the sound providing instantaneous identification of place on demand, inherently ecological, & requiring no gestation or higher cognitive deduction. #Post-geographicalism. $5 [ET004 - ed. 50]

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Karaka - Hinterlands
In this new release Karaka explores the hypnagogia of raga forms, realized on analog electronics, Indian sruti box, aerophones, & tape. The textural compositions shift between meditative drone & multi-timbral ecstaticism, underpinned by whirling sonic dynamos & various instruments of the Pacific Islands. Interspersed with field recordings, the micro-tonalities & creeping harmony pattern a countertransference of no good persian surgeries, and are best enjoyed in close listening environments. $5 [ET003 - ed. 50]

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Cash Monet - The Sound of American Sports
Pink noise and square waves. All sounds recorded live to single track tape. The effort to convert compulsive, authoritarian work into voluntary, biologically pleasurable work. I think we can definitely compare it to the fir seedling that is free of weeds. As to the knowledge of the given biopsychic structure of masses. $5 [ET002 - ed. 50]




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Eastern Mix Tapes - Vol. 1
Eastern Tapes' inaugural release. Includes tracks from Sunn Rhsi, Karaka, Tina Turntable, The Mombs, Hi Mango, Fuxswine, Deli Lama. $5 [ET001 - ed. 50]




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