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Matthew Crowe / Marsha Fisher split tape

Matthew Crowe / Marsha Fisher split tape

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Pennsylvania noise labelOrb TapesIs in stock for the first time in Japan.

This work is a cassette released in June 2021 by American synth collage writer Marsha Fisher, limited to 6 pieces, like American collage writer Matthew Crowe who is also active under the name of Heaven Drugs.Both include a 50-minute collage ambient journey.DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Orb Tapes releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 50.

Hailing from the American midwest, Matthew Crowe is active in a number of musical projects and collaborations. Crowe is one half of the left-field improv duo Sex Funeral and also makes video game-centric vaporwave music as Heaven Drugs. On this split, he brings us a dreamlike, oddball sampling frenzy. Various styles and themes drift in and out, reproducing and replacing one another in a stew of world music juxtapositions and pop culture sampling nostalgia.

Marsha Fisher, also based in the midwest, has been making synth and tape music of various stripes since 2017. With "Lungs of the Earth," Fisher presents a churning, swelling sea of ​​sound, in turns tranquil and searing. Blistering, locust- like synths pierce forward before giving way to moments of calm melody and environmental ambience to create a refined back-and-forth between very different sonic atmospheres.

Artist: Uncanny Dandelions

Label: Orb Tapes

Pennsylvania noise labelOrb TapesIs in stock for the first time in Japan.

This work is a cassette released in June 2021 by American synth collage writer Marsha Fisher, limited to 6 pieces, like American collage writer Matthew Crowe who is also active under the name of Heaven Drugs.Both include a 50-minute collage ambient journey.DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Orb Tapes releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 50.

Hailing from the American midwest, Matthew Crowe is active in a number of musical projects and collaborations. Crowe is one half of the left-field improv duo Sex Funeral and also makes video game-centric vaporwave music as Heaven Drugs. On this split, he brings us a dreamlike, oddball sampling frenzy. Various styles and themes drift in and out, reproducing and replacing one another in a stew of world music juxtapositions and pop culture sampling nostalgia.

Marsha Fisher, also based in the midwest, has been making synth and tape music of various stripes since 2017. With "Lungs of the Earth," Fisher presents a churning, swelling sea of ​​sound, in turns tranquil and searing. Blistering, locust- like synths pierce forward before giving way to moments of calm melody and environmental ambience to create a refined back-and-forth between very different sonic atmospheres.

Artist: Uncanny Dandelions

Label: Orb Tapes