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Cienfuegos // ADIOS TAPE

Cienfuegos // ADIOS TAPE

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New York industrial techno writer Cienfuegos, who has announced from LIES and others, has received the first cassette in Japan that was independently published by Cienfuegos, which was limited to 100 books last month.Full of killer trucks that change the air on the floor in an instant.

For DJs, ripping from a cassette should sound better than using the digital as it is.

Adios, Cienfuegos'fourth full length album, is a collection of genre-bending sketches and songs dealing with loss, paranoia and the uncompromising passage of time into nothingness. Recorded in New York City, Moscow and Berlin, and consisting of three distinct parts, The work expresses a wide range of emotion, from sorrow and mania to ecstasy. As with his previous work, Cienfuegos departs from industrial tropes—but taking it a step further, he departs from himself.

Conceptually, Adios revolves around the idea that while matter can neither be created nor destroyed, it is always moving towards a colder form of energy. Many of the sketches are meditations on what it means to move towards this cooler energy, the universal death drive that all are subject to, but it is also an Acknowledgment of the joys had on the way there.

High-bias c44 cassette tape with full-color variant tape labels. Includes 8.5 x 10.5 full-color insert. Limited to 100 copies.

artist: Cienfuegos

label: self-released


New York industrial techno writer Cienfuegos, who has announced from LIES and others, has received the first cassette in Japan that was independently published by Cienfuegos, which was limited to 100 books last month.Full of killer trucks that change the air on the floor in an instant.

For DJs, ripping from a cassette should sound better than using the digital as it is.

Adios, Cienfuegos'fourth full length album, is a collection of genre-bending sketches and songs dealing with loss, paranoia and the uncompromising passage of time into nothingness. Recorded in New York City, Moscow and Berlin, and consisting of three distinct parts, The work expresses a wide range of emotion, from sorrow and mania to ecstasy. As with his previous work, Cienfuegos departs from industrial tropes—but taking it a step further, he departs from himself.

Conceptually, Adios revolves around the idea that while matter can neither be created nor destroyed, it is always moving towards a colder form of energy. Many of the sketches are meditations on what it means to move towards this cooler energy, the universal death drive that all are subject to, but it is also an Acknowledgment of the joys had on the way there.

High-bias c44 cassette tape with full-color variant tape labels. Includes 8.5 x 10.5 full-color insert. Limited to 100 copies.

artist: Cienfuegos

label: self-released