Eleh ‎– Circle Three: Full Moon At 35hz

Important Records (2) ‎– IMPREC-401
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched, Limited Edition, Numbered


A Circle Three: Full Moon At 35hz 20:21

Companies, etc.


Packaged in a heavy duty screen printed cover. Hand-numbered edition of 500 copies. The first 100 copies have a gold ring print and text.
The B-side is etched with circles.

Catalog number derived from runout etchings.
Mastering studio credit taken from label's website.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): IMPREC-401
  • Other (Printed on back cover): 31976



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December 4, 2014

I’ve traditionally avoided playing much Eleh on our radio show for a variety of reasons. Their tracks often last longer than half of our show, and don’t particularly lend themselves well to excerpts; Eleh releases have been subject to a slightly undeserved cult of appeal, including serious after-market over-pricing; lastly, I actually feel like it does get a fair amount of airplay, both on our show and others. Having stopped paying attention to Eleh for the last couple years (nothing like retrospectives and compilations to scare me away), I was extremely happy to stumble upon this, their newest single-sided release.

The dynamism (by drone standards) of this single piece is greater than a sizable swath of their catalogue taken as a whole. It also manages this without sacrificing the almost puritanical minimalism or elegance rightly associated with their work. As important as ever to listen to on the best system the listener can manage to find, but developing across numerous facets beyond just those for the audiophile. Recommended.