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Sam Gas Can // WORM FOOD CDR

Sam Gas Can // WORM FOOD CDR

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New works of Moss Archive, a label presided over by Bastian Void, a modular writer in Massachusetts, USA, have arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a CDR released in April 2021 by Sam Gas Can, which has been announced by Scumbag and Crash Symbols, and is limited to 4 copies.Includes 50 collage ambient songs using countless hardware equipment and apps.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Moss Archive releases available at Tobira.

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"In May 2019, I went on my first overseas trip solo for a weeklong residency at the WORM Klangendum Sound Studio in where I was able to record a wide variety of weird & retro synthesizers. Distilled down to four songs, and mastered by Angel Hair Audio. "
-Sam Gas Can

The sounds on this album sit out of time. Like you found a blank VHS with some weird markings on it, and you can't tell if it's from '89 or '09 ...

A VCO-worshipher's dream! It's all here: Deep bleeps, cathode ray meditations, found-sound collage, bubbly synths, long-form arpeggio workouts, blitzed modulation, a disregard for structure while also retaining a sense of melodic guidance.

Pure weird synthesis at its best. "

artist: Sam Gas Can

label: Moss Archive

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New works of Moss Archive, a label presided over by Bastian Void, a modular writer in Massachusetts, USA, have arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is a CDR released in April 2021 by Sam Gas Can, which has been announced by Scumbag and Crash Symbols, and is limited to 4 copies.Includes 50 collage ambient songs using countless hardware equipment and apps.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Moss Archive releases available at Tobira.

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"In May 2019, I went on my first overseas trip solo for a weeklong residency at the WORM Klangendum Sound Studio in where I was able to record a wide variety of weird & retro synthesizers. Distilled down to four songs, and mastered by Angel Hair Audio. " -Sam Gas Can

The sounds on this album sit out of time. Like you found a blank VHS with some weird markings on it, and you can't tell if it's from '89 or '09 ...

A VCO-worshipher's dream! It's all here: Deep bleeps, cathode ray meditations, found-sound collage, bubbly synths, long-form arpeggio workouts, blitzed modulation, a disregard for structure while also retaining a sense of melodic guidance.

Pure weird synthesis at its best. "

artist: Sam Gas Can

label: Moss Archive