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Francisco Meirino

An extended meaning for something meaningless

Label: Auditory Field Theory

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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Francisco Meirino's An extended meaning for something meaningless uncovers deep hidden contexts from the decaying fringe of the auditory spectrum. Here we find ornate beauty in the subtle demise of electronic systems and explore the arcane apprehension of existential degeneration. The recording looks at how to create something out of almost nothing-basic field recordings, static electronics and failed tape experiments. A 16-channel multi-track piece where reel-to-reel tapes juxtaposition with modular synths, laced in a world of field recordings from late night Osaka to hydrophonic sewers. The work consists of three untitled tracks with a total runtime of just over forty-four minutes and comes packaged in a letter-pressed sleeve printed by Ben Owen of middle press.

Cat. number: AFT008
Year: 2013

Assembled at Shiver Mobil in 2012-2013. Limited edition of 200 "pro-dubbed" copies. From label site: "Packaged in a letter-pressed sleeve printed by Ben Owen of middle press." The catalog number does not appear on the release.

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