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Kristina Warren // the bandwidth to care TAPE

Kristina Warren // the bandwidth to care TAPE

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This is a cassette that was released in April 2024 by Kristina Warren, a sound artist from Rhode Island, USA, in a limited edition of 4 pieces.

Contains 4 sound collage/drone songs with no melodies.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

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Ask us for digital files. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 50.

tracklist:

1. today i heard two voices 03:23
2. the right to breathe 06:25
3. heartthaw 05:52
4. black are our battles, green are our fields 08:02

Accompanying text: 

"Composed on Narragansett land (aka Providence) in early 2024, "the bandwidth to care" is by turns noise, catharsis, meditation, and rest. It includes recordings previously made on analog synthesizers including an ARP 2500 thanks to Brown University, along with samples made from an air purifier, a broken cassette player, a scream, and more. With both numbing and energizing sounds, the EP asks listeners whether they have the bandwidth to care about all they are hearing in the world today. "

Artist: Kristina Warren

Label: Self-released

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This is a cassette that was released in April 2024 by Kristina Warren, a sound artist from Rhode Island, USA, in a limited edition of 4 pieces.

Contains 4 sound collage/drone songs with no melodies.

*Please feel free to contact us as we will send you the digital sound source free of charge.

----------------------------------

Ask us for digital files. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 50.

tracklist:

1. today i heard two voices 03:23
2. the right to breathe 06:25
3. heartthaw 05:52
4. black are our battles, green are our fields 08:02

Accompanying text: 

"Composed on Narragansett land (aka Providence) in early 2024, "the bandwidth to care" is by turns noise, catharsis, meditation, and rest. It includes recordings previously made on analog synthesizers including an ARP 2500 thanks to Brown University, along with samples made from an air purifier, a broken cassette player, a scream, and more. With both numbing and energizing sounds, the EP asks listeners whether they have the bandwidth to care about all they are hearing in the world today. "

Artist: Kristina Warren

Label: Self-released