Pingback on May 30th, 2007.
[...] When I learned, upon further clicking, that the music was to be (re)released by none other than Sublime Frequencies, I was not terribly surprised (though the amount of info around the sounds already promised more than the label’s typical flippancy, I’m not sure whether “purer, more carefully curated form” would simply mean removing some of the sonic&textual context). [...]
Pingback on November 18th, 2007.
[...] this is # 1 of a 2-show series (part 2 is located HERE) [...]
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