Tabs Out | The Cradle / Superflower – split

The Cradle / Superflower – split 10.16.20 by Matty McPherson It is officially Fall on the central coast, which means that the fog comes out from the sewers below, nothing more and nothing less. I’d usually report seeing more bodies around, but it seems that everyone is staying in their bedrooms-recording delicate pop on their […]

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Tabs Out | Gram Hummell – Meshes of Exotopic Escape

Gram Hummell – Meshes of Exotopic Escape 10.13.20 by Matty McPherson Sans Irréalité is a new tape label based out of Baltimore, Maryland with intentions to release “interesting electronic musics, tellurian and interstellar.” Their inaugural release, Meshes of Exotopic Escape, from Baltimore stalwart, Gram Hummell, nicely fit in all three boxes (and not just because […]

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Tabs Out | Cranky Bow – The Blue Ball Session

Cranky Bow – The Blue Ball Session 10.12.20 by Matty McPherson I assure you that Cranky Bow is not trying to rob you of any pleasure during the “Blue Ball Session”, an unnamed two part odyssey from the twisted mind of Gábor Kovács. His reputation over the last decade has been a steady one, transitioning […]

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Tabs Out | Yosuke Tokunaga – 13 Monotonousness

Yosuke Tokunaga – 13 Monotonousness 10.7.20 by Matty McPherson For the past month, I’ve been taking Yosuke Tokunaga’s 13 Monotonousness out on spins (around the tape deck), asking myself questions like “When will the terrorists lose and the skies turn blue?” as well as “Just what in the hell is ‘monotonousness’ and why thirteen of […]

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Tabs Out | Keith Fullerton Whitman – L7 (BGM)

Keith Fullerton Whitman – L7 (BGM) 9.28.20 by Matty McPherson My dad told me that Keith Fullerton Whitman’s Playthroughs sounded like spa music. I did not have the heart to tell him that it was actually the sounds of processed sine tones, as Mr. Whitman lays out a thorough section of his site labeled the […]

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