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Bahía Mansa // La Orilla en la Que Habito TAPE

Bahía Mansa // La Orilla en la Que Habito TAPE

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The Lo-Fi label Histamine Tapes in Vermont, USA has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is the latest work released in April 2021 by Chilean psychedelic ambient writer Bahía Mansa, limited to 4 pieces.Includes about 36 minutes of two jungle-type noise ambient songs with a strange psychedelic feeling based on ambient sounds. DL code included.

As the label focuses on reuse, the artwork is different one by one.

A dialogue is generated between the unique biodiversity of wetlands and oscillators and sound manipulations, presenting a narrative based on frequencies and partials not always obviously perceived, in order to create awareness of the spaces in which the human, the animal, and the botanical converge. Natural sounds were recorded in El Membrillo wetland, which is currently threatened by housing development projects, endangering at least one hundred species. This album was made as a means of raising global awareness of the significance and importance wetlands hold since they're slowly disappearing.
artist: Bahía Mansa
label: Histamine Tapes

The Lo-Fi label Histamine Tapes in Vermont, USA has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is the latest work released in April 2021 by Chilean psychedelic ambient writer Bahía Mansa, limited to 4 pieces.Includes about 36 minutes of two jungle-type noise ambient songs with a strange psychedelic feeling based on ambient sounds. DL code included.

As the label focuses on reuse, the artwork is different one by one.

A dialogue is generated between the unique biodiversity of wetlands and oscillators and sound manipulations, presenting a narrative based on frequencies and partials not always obviously perceived, in order to create awareness of the spaces in which the human, the animal, and the botanical converge. Natural sounds were recorded in El Membrillo wetland, which is currently threatened by housing development projects, endangering at least one hundred species. This album was made as a means of raising global awareness of the significance and importance wetlands hold since they're slowly disappearing. artist: Bahía Mansa label: Histamine Tapes