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T. Jervell // Decomposing transition TAPE

T. Jervell // Decomposing transition TAPE

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Norwegian ambient writerA cassette released by T. Jervell on the British experimental label Torn Burst in December 2022..

It is a loop tape work of 2 minutes handmade one by one. DL code and pu-erh tea are included.It is out of print.

TONE BURST Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Tone Burst Releases Available at tobira. 

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Includes DL code + 1 serving of Zaozi Xiang (2000) tea. 
2 min loop tape with die cut cover, block color insert, full print cover/insert & vinyl sticker. 

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TONE BURST:

"The digital counterpart consists of a twenty-minute snapshot of autumn. Repeating and reflecting the cassette loop, adding parts, removing parts, deconstructing parts. Listening to the decay, as it happens.

The loop tapes have been duplicated by letting each successive tape be a copy of the former, thus being a representation of autumns slow decay. The idea being that audio (in theory) might degrade a small amount, for each duplication.

The tea provided with the cassette is a Pu-erh tea harvested in 2000. It has been fermented and stored for 20 years in Jinggu, China. It has a distinct earthy taste, with Jujube and liquorice tones."

Artist: T. Jervell

Label: TONE BURST

Norwegian ambient writerA cassette released by T. Jervell on the British experimental label Torn Burst in December 2022..

It is a loop tape work of 2 minutes handmade one by one. DL code and pu-erh tea are included.It is out of print.

TONE BURST Other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Tone Burst Releases Available at tobira. 

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Includes DL code + 1 serving of Zaozi Xiang (2000) tea. 
2 min loop tape with die cut cover, block color insert, full print cover/insert & vinyl sticker. 

++

TONE BURST:

"The digital counterpart consists of a twenty-minute snapshot of autumn. Repeating and reflecting the cassette loop, adding parts, removing parts, deconstructing parts. Listening to the decay, as it happens.

The loop tapes have been duplicated by letting each successive tape be a copy of the former, thus being a representation of autumns slow decay. The idea being that audio (in theory) might degrade a small amount, for each duplication.

The tea provided with the cassette is a Pu-erh tea harvested in 2000. It has been fermented and stored for 20 years in Jinggu, China. It has a distinct earthy taste, with Jujube and liquorice tones."

Artist: T. Jervell

Label: TONE BURST