One-sided, hand-numberd LP, original edition of 100
Cinematic, skyward-looking Brooklyn electronics. Long Distance Poison reference the 70s Berlin-school in the most pleasing of ways, which is to say just enough, but not too much. Their sound is ultimately all their own, a mighty, rumbling, but gentle monster that carefully wraps the listener's head in astral gauze. This sprawling, sidelong piece will give much pleasure, with its naturally progressing movements and improvisational wiggle-room. Subtle, primordial melodic figures ascend, flutter upwards and away, to reveal the tadpoles of nebulaic life dancing within, making up the core. Shifts happen, chords fall absent of gravity, and the piece evolves, blissfully organic. A pulse eventually emerges, and the more hard and ominous realities of the nebula circle and move in. Long Distance Poison never play any piece the same way twice, and Prison Tatt is pleased to be releasing this version of "The Bog Nebula," as we believe it's one of LDP's several masterworks thus far in their career. Comes in a heavy, silkscreened folded-insert sleeve by Seizure Palace, with art by the band. A great ride in vital, modern head music.
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