Edition of 50 Kelly Green tapes wrapped in an oversize monochrome Risograph cocoon with a newsprint insert containing literature about the Thunderbolt ghost + souvenirs from the surrounding area.
A site-specific work full of emotional depth comprised of eight instrumental compositions for treated guitar and blurred electronics by Massachusetts resident Robert Sergel. Calling to mind the introspective works of Harold Budd and Roy Montgomery. A personal sound journey through the ethereal landscape of Greylock’s mountainous terrain. A place where anger, loss, sadness, and stress just wash away into the dust.
Credits: All music by Robert Sergel Mastered by Lawrence English Design by Noir Age Risograph printing by KSY Press Visual materials sourced from the Historic Archive of Massachusetts
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Edition of 50 Kelly Green tapes wrapped in an oversize monochrome Risograph cocoon with a newsprint insert containing literature about the Thunderbolt ghost + souvenirs from the surrounding area. [...]
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