Phantom Plastics ~ Scanner & Michael Esposito ‎– Chatter Of The Eternal Return

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Firework Edition Records ‎– FER1110
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Flexi-disc, 7", Single Sided, Limited Edition, White
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EVPs From Case File PAW159.
Includes Part Four Text "One Foot In The Never Really Gone" for the collective Essays Relating To Theories Of Electronic Voice Phenomena By Michael Esposito entitled "The Phantom Monographs"
PAW/PM1004(2012-2013)
Cover Painting from the collection of Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Production Assistance by Carl Michael von Hausswolff.
Michael Esposito is published by Field Music [MCPS].
Limited Edition Of 250.
Manufactured by Pirate's Press Records.

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Spirithorn

Spirithorn

February 18, 2013

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VITAL WEEKLY
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number 869
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week 7
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SCANNER & MICHAEL ESPOSITO (7" flexi disc by Firework Edition Records)
Of course. Obviously. If somebody should be able to get the EVP onto a real, magnetic tape, then it's our man Robin Rimbaud, also known as Scanner, named after working with a Scanner in his early days. Here it's all about English settlers in the 1590s in North Carolina, who apparently went AWOL from the original settling place, popping elsewhere. Ghosts? This is the subject of this flexi disc, in which Scanner no doubt provides the electronic backing to a haunted and haunting piece of obscured sounds. Hard to define what those are, but its sounds like going around in a ghost house with the lights turned off. The whole EVP thing is for me, more down to earth, probably not to be taken seriously, but hey, I like a good horror movie. This piece of music (one sided flexi only) is certainly very well suited to be a soundtrack to such a filmic endevour. Another excellent statement in this ongoing series. (FdW)
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