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Frank Baugh & Matthew Sage // Birthmark CD

Frank Baugh & Matthew Sage // Birthmark CD

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In July 2020, a collaboration work between Frank Baugh, who is familiar in the underground ambient area under the name of Sparkling Wide Pressure, and Matthew Sage, who is formerly Patient Sounds and now presided over by Cached Media, will be released.Contains a lot of 7 songs such as noise + ambient tracks and tracks using banjo. Limited to 11 copies.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Cached Media / Patient Sounds releases available at Tobira.

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"During the first stretch of social distancing, Frank Baugh (Sparkling Wide Pressure) and Matthew Sage produced Birthmark, an uncanny pastoral gothic transmission of smeared melodies and interstitial rumblings. Created through a process of correspondence and layering, the album feels like an amassing of history like sedimentary soils, a disrupting of that history like a landslide or a well digging, a feeding back the past into the present, tainted water desalinating as it passes through a layer of carbon coal and computer chips. radio chattering brush and debris, birds and boys whistling in harmony, voices ping in the static, bouncing between rhythmic loops and clattering signals like lost friends. Terrible and awesome walls of distortion peel through the valleys, leaving behind leveled rumination, a few screens sprayed with static, and only those few trees left with deep wide true roots. "

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In July 2020, a collaboration work between Frank Baugh, who is familiar in the underground ambient area under the name of Sparkling Wide Pressure, and Matthew Sage, who is formerly Patient Sounds and now presided over by Cached Media, will be released.Contains a lot of 7 songs such as noise + ambient tracks and tracks using banjo. Limited to 11 copies.

Labels and other workshere /// Click here to see more Cached Media / Patient Sounds releases available at Tobira.

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"During the first stretch of social distancing, Frank Baugh (Sparkling Wide Pressure) and Matthew Sage produced Birthmark, an uncanny pastoral gothic transmission of smeared melodies and interstitial rumblings. Created through a process of correspondence and layering, the album feels like an amassing of history like sedimentary soils, a disrupting of that history like a landslide or a well digging, a feeding back the past into the present, tainted water desalinating as it passes through a layer of carbon coal and computer chips. radio chattering brush and debris, birds and boys whistling in harmony, voices ping in the static, bouncing between rhythmic loops and clattering signals like lost friends. Terrible and awesome walls of distortion peel through the valleys, leaving behind leveled rumination, a few screens sprayed with static, and only those few trees left with deep wide true roots. "