Tape - Ill Professor - Miracle Of Luck
Heres another sweet Plustapes release. Heres what Plustapes told us about it- As one-third of Zelienople multi-instrumentalist Brian Harding (guitar keyboards clarinet etc.) has helped create a decades worth of whirlpooling psychedelic rock/folk/jazz. The music seemed to originate from a clouded and ghosted country but also drug unmistakable characteristics of their hometown Chicagos ambercolored sonic landscape- subtly euphonious billowing experimental. Ill Professor Hardings solo outfit is an isomeric approach to this atmosphere. Its whittled down and encompassed by wraithlike sounds. Precise and obtuse melodies are interrupted by shards of feedback sibilant clarinets or unexpected silence like rudimentary Mark Hollis compositions caught to tape or a collaboration between Flying Saucer Attack and Guillermo Gregorio. The Miracle of Luck is a solo headphone listen one that only benefits from the warmth depth and inaccuracies of the analog cassette tape format. Even though we dont know what some of those words mean were down with the general vibe of Plustapes description.