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Web of Sunsets // Chaos Waltz TAPE

Web of Sunsets // Chaos Waltz TAPE

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The Portland label Moon Glyph, which started in 2009 and publishes a large amount of psychedelic ambient, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This is the fourth full-length album by the Minneapolis psychedelic trio Web of Sunsets.Includes 4 pastoral psychedelic to acid country songs. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more Moon Glyph releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 150. Includes risograph insert. 

"Webs is a uniquely collaborative project in that all three members (Sara Bischoff, Sarah Nienaber) Webs is a uniquely collaborative project in that all three members (Sara Bischoff, Sarah Nienaber) and Chris Rose) split duties between penning songs, playing guitar and singing across their catalog. Writing their fourth album, “Chaos Waltz”, the band was geographically split between Portland and Minneapolis, giving each songwriter even more autonomy and freedom to hone their particular vision. Blending and coalescing these three minds resulted in “Chaos Waltz”, a beautiful album of their distinctly dreamy and emotive power. ”
--Moon Glyph

Artist: Web of Sunsets

Label: Moon Glyph

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The Portland label Moon Glyph, which started in 2009 and publishes a large amount of psychedelic ambient, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This is the fourth full-length album by the Minneapolis psychedelic trio Web of Sunsets.Includes 4 pastoral psychedelic to acid country songs. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more Moon Glyph releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 150. Includes risograph insert. 

"Webs is a uniquely collaborative project in that all three members (Sara Bischoff, Sarah Nienaber) Webs is a uniquely collaborative project in that all three members (Sara Bischoff, Sarah Nienaber) and Chris Rose) split duties between penning songs, playing guitar and singing across their catalog. Writing their fourth album, “Chaos Waltz”, the band was geographically split between Portland and Minneapolis, giving each songwriter even more autonomy and freedom to hone their particular vision. Blending and coalescing these three minds resulted in “Chaos Waltz”, a beautiful album of their distinctly dreamy and emotive power. ”
--Moon Glyph

Artist: Web of Sunsets

Label: Moon Glyph