Anyway. Handwriting records also still believes in Tape Cassette, that is, the chosen format as hardcopy of The Believer (a very limited edition of a few pieces), second chapter of this holy book of ecstatic drone/bliss-out electronic Music, since Hoff's debut in 2012.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Strudthoff, this little jewel of nine tracks is a grandiose, powerful trance-inducing soundtrack, filled with synths, multilayererd electric guitars, - an ecstatic Impermanence, where the abstraction of melodies is prepared with massive chemicals of tremolo, reverbs, and delay efx. There's also room for the gentle bitterness of an Autumn promenade with Piano Dripping; Frederick, slightly differently, blends ambients with concrete sounds, almost frightening in its poignant aesthetics: it simply goes monumental.
The last track, Textural Air, is one last step before Hoff's mysticism for holy took a different path.
Put one dollar in the box, and get the cassette/digital. Bless you.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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