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Edward S., Anla Courtis

Sunburst Lux

Label: Quasi Pop Records

Format: Vinyl 7”

Genre: Electronic

In stock


Both compositions on that record related to (more or less) to the “tape music”. The piece of Argentinian experimental master Anla Courtis is solely based on manipulated sounds of geyzers, recorded in South America. Ukrainian Edward Sol works with weird cassette loops, lo-fi oscillations and some primitive tones from his vintage USSR-made analogue synth Polyvox. Generally speaking, the sound of this record belongs to the monolith dark drone music.

Cat. number: qpop rec3
Year: 2009
Side A: Cassette tape loops, Polyvox, pedals. Composed April-May 2008 at Lab Rat Lab, Kiev. Recorded to 4-track cassette machine. Side B: Only Geyser's sounds were employed for this track. Field recordings made at Geysers del Tatio, San Pedro de Atacama, February 2008. Edited, processed and composed at Ascorbico Studios, Buenos Aires, April 2008. Thanks to Edward, Quasi Pop & the Geysers. C&P 2009 Anla Courtis & Edward Sol, Quasi Pop Limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies. Made in Germany