Cursory Asperses is a series of pieces based around the single concept of slow movement. Throughout the process of composing and mixing, we kept in mind, and based everything on the form of certain field recordings, made at an isolated stream in the woods, of the slow trickle of the water, and of laundry hanging on cords in the backyard, flapping softly in the wind. While combining these field recordings with recordings of instruments, we mixed them into a more whole form of slow movement, with delicate, thin layers, but which we also intend to display our ideas interpreting the soft nature of Slow Flow.
With still purpose:
These are minds, lapping and skirling - Full but derived - errant streams gathering in transpicuous pockets of the shore.
Originally released by Slow Flow Recordings on CDR in a plain white paper window sleeve, in an edition of 100 copies.
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I'm traveling back to the days of childhood, laying in my bed at my nana's house, nearly asleep in the california heat. I hear the faint booming of the neighboor's car driving thru the street, seeing the red lights behind the curtains. This takes me back to those peaceful days of sleep...5/5 YuX Phasey