Moe! Staiano - Tape Music FLAC
||Field Recording, Experimental
|Date of release:
||16 Jun 2011
||Dephine Knormal Musik, Evander Music
||DKM-11LP, Em 50-LP, Em 050-LP
|FLAC album size:
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|1||Tape Piece No.2: Extraordinary Path Of Being ||11:03|
|2||Tape Piece No.1: Collapse Of Travel And Time ||13:47|
|DKM-11LP, Em 50-LP, Em 050-LP||Moe! Staiano|| Tape Music (12", Ltd)||Dephine Knormal Musik, Evander Music, Evander Music||DKM-11LP, Em 50-LP, Em 050-LP||US||2011|
- Mastered By – Weasel Walter
- Recorded By, Edited By, Mixed By, Cover [Cover Collage] – Moe! Staiano
- Typography [Typesetting And Scanning] – Alan Anzalone
Limited edition of 254 copies: 104 on black/olive swirl vinyl, and 150 on black vinyl.
Track A: Premiered 26th January, 2007, San Francisco at SF Tape Music Festival using a surround system consisting of 16+ speakers while the audience was seated in complete darkness. Sources: Clock shop (Livermore), New York Subways, BART subway (Berkeley), Park Street Bridge (Alameda), dish breaking (Oakland), piano (Livermore).
Track B: Premiered 12th October, 2007 at Norcal NoiseFest, Sacramento, in almost darkness and no surround system. Properly performed at SF Tape Music Festival using a surround system consisting of 16+ speakers while the audience was seated in complete darkness, 1st February, 2009, San Francisco. Sources: Highway overpass drilling (Tracy), train, atmospheric freeway, refrigerator, door opening/closing, windmills (Livermore), other unidentified sounds.
Recorded using a Sony Minidisc Walkman MZ-G750 and a Sony ECM-MS907 microphone at various locations (see sources) and was edited and mixed on Adobe Audition in Oakland, California. Mastered in New York, 2011.
Thank you Matt Ingalls, Lob Instagon, Vicky Grossi, Musically Minded, Alan Anzalone, Weasel Walter.
℗© 2011 Moe! Staiano
℗© Dephine Knormal Musik/EvanderMusic
Made in the EU
Some copies of the plain inner sleeve has either written in pen, or stamped in ink '45 RPM' on it.
There is actually about only 94 copies in existence of the black/olive swirl vinyl as some 10 copies had gotten heat damaged during shipping to a distributor.