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Wound // Plasticene TAPE

Wound // Plasticene TAPE

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A limited edition of 2024 cassettes was released by Wound, an ambient artist from Krakow, Poland, in February 2 from Okla Records, a new label from Krakow, Poland.

Contains 10 electronic ambient songs composed of synthesizers. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more okla records releases available at Tobira.

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 25. 

tracklist:

1. Breaking News 9:00 (New Horrors) 03:16
2. Plasticene I 04:13
3. Serfing on Mars 05:24
4. Dome of Clouds 11:59
5. Secret Lake Bed and Breakfast 02:56
6. Tree Canopy (Now in Gel Form) 04:27
7. Noctalgia 05:49
8. Plasticene II 05:16
9. Preemptive Elegy for the Fifth Extinction 05:44
10. Breaking News 22:00 (Old Terrors) 03:13

okla records:

"Looking from the outside - in, at what some scientists call the era we live in - Plasticene. The era of plastic. The ever flowing micro-pollutant, present everywhere.
A silent witness to mankind's worst ideas.

Taking cues from the ambient originators, 'Plasticene' is an unassuming partner in the everyday. It is a mood piece gone for the overwhelming reality, sanding down the rough edges of days wrong. Guiding the listeners' attention toward a muted emotional palette through soft , cascading bleeps and blops, everchanging loops of synthesizer trails, and tranquil field recordings.
Track titles focus on the absurd ideas of a world on the brink - raging against reason, chasing shareholder revenue at the cost of true, natural beauty of our worlds, those outer (even going as far as to poison our dreams of planetary exploration) and inner (where our internal lives are only a pretext for product consumption; our dopamine registers shot, eyes clouded).

One can look at 'Plasticene' as a soundtrack for an imaginary documentary, to be produced years in the future when (hopefully) we get our shit together, of a period when everything seemed so bleak."

Artist: Wound

Label: okla records

 

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A limited edition of 2024 cassettes was released by Wound, an ambient artist from Krakow, Poland, in February 2 from Okla Records, a new label from Krakow, Poland.

Contains 10 electronic ambient songs composed of synthesizers. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more okla records releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case. Edition of 25. 

tracklist:

1. Breaking News 9:00 (New Horrors) 03:16
2. Plasticene I 04:13
3. Serfing on Mars 05:24
4. Dome of Clouds 11:59
5. Secret Lake Bed and Breakfast 02:56
6. Tree Canopy (Now in Gel Form) 04:27
7. Noctalgia 05:49
8. Plasticene II 05:16
9. Preemptive Elegy for the Fifth Extinction 05:44
10. Breaking News 22:00 (Old Terrors) 03:13

okla records:

"Looking from the outside - in, at what some scientists call the era we live in - Plasticene. The era of plastic. The ever flowing micro-pollutant, present everywhere.
A silent witness to mankind's worst ideas.

Taking cues from the ambient originators, 'Plasticene' is an unassuming partner in the everyday. It is a mood piece gone for the overwhelming reality, sanding down the rough edges of days wrong. Guiding the listeners' attention toward a muted emotional palette through soft , cascading bleeps and blops, everchanging loops of synthesizer trails, and tranquil field recordings.
Track titles focus on the absurd ideas of a world on the brink - raging against reason, chasing shareholder revenue at the cost of true, natural beauty of our worlds, those outer (even going as far as to poison our dreams of planetary exploration) and inner (where our internal lives are only a pretext for product consumption; our dopamine registers shot, eyes clouded).

One can look at 'Plasticene' as a soundtrack for an imaginary documentary, to be produced years in the future when (hopefully) we get our shit together, of a period when everything seemed so bleak."

Artist: Wound

Label: okla records