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Flanger Magazine // Forgotten Fields TAPE

Flanger Magazine // Forgotten Fields TAPE

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The latest batch of Unifactor Tapes, an experimental label from Cleveland, USA, arrived in Japan for the first time in June 2021.

The debut album of the previous workWas also greatThe latest work by leftfield folk writer Flanger Magazine.Includes 7 idyllic afternoon instrumental folk songs. DL code included.

Unifactor Other workshere /// Click here to see more Unifactor releases available at Tobira. 

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Description by Unifactor:

"Flanger Magazine is Chris Bush from Caboladies in a pastoral solo form, creating soft and reflective instrumentals that occupy the softest interior spaces. Forgotten Fields comes after the project's beautiful 2018 LP Breslin, and continues that album's sweetly melancholic atmosphere. Fingerpicked guitars and gentle strains of violin, mellotron and other acoustic instruments gel with ungrounded flurries of synthesis and field recordings, the entire album floating by like the current of a slow creek. "

Artist: Flanger Magazine

Label: Unifactor

The latest batch of Unifactor Tapes, an experimental label from Cleveland, USA, arrived in Japan for the first time in June 2021.

The debut album of the previous workWas also greatThe latest work by leftfield folk writer Flanger Magazine.Includes 7 idyllic afternoon instrumental folk songs. DL code included.

Unifactor Other workshere /// Click here to see more Unifactor releases available at Tobira. 

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Description by Unifactor:

"Flanger Magazine is Chris Bush from Caboladies in a pastoral solo form, creating soft and reflective instrumentals that occupy the softest interior spaces. Forgotten Fields comes after the project's beautiful 2018 LP Breslin, and continues that album's sweetly melancholic atmosphere. Fingerpicked guitars and gentle strains of violin, mellotron and other acoustic instruments gel with ungrounded flurries of synthesis and field recordings, the entire album floating by like the current of a slow creek. "

Artist: Flanger Magazine

Label: Unifactor