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Evestrum

Spiracle


Evestrum / Sample MP3 (02:12 - 192kbps)

Exusiai / Sample MP3 (02:00 - 192kbps)

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  • Title: Evestrum
  • Artist Name: Spiracle
  • Track Title: Silver Star Side: Evestrum / White Star Side: Exusiai
  • Duration (by 33 rpm): Silver Star Side: 6:45 / White Star Side: 6:35
  • Format: 7" Recoord
  • Cover: Handmade/ Calgue Paper, Cotton Wool, Thread, Gauze
  • Number: Limited to 300 copies
  • Issue: August 2010
  • Label: Drone Records
  • Catalog Number: DR-100

"Spiracle" has flown over the stratosphere in "Ananta", swallowed the milky way in "Lumen", and it opens the gate to a parallel world through the astral body now.

Side A: Evestrum is formed by layered membrane of spectra that gradually shift by the interference between glass harps and moderate electronic sounds.
It is a sonographic report of an emergence - a subtle existence merges into a physical body and afloat to the tangible domain.

Side B: Exusiai is formed by the resonance of horns and metal sheets that were recorded in a dark vast basement.
It is a collection of tone clusters - a warm but obscure energy gradually infiltrates into infinite darkness like ripples.

The original materials of "Evestrum" were recorded by a 4-track cassette recorder in Kagoshima in Japan in the late 90's. Other recordings in the same period were used in "Flood", which was included in "Sympathetic Field" released in 2002.
The original materials of "Exusiai" were recorded in 2004 in Switzerland. Some other recordings in the same location were used in "The Epidemic Symphony No.9" released in 2006.
The compositions were made in 2007 in the same period with "Lumen".
The handmade cover art paradoxically represent an invisible world - a tangible object which is filled with invisible matters.

This title would be the last release of Spiracle, at least before a long dormancy.

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