Friday, June 1, 2012

Luca Sigurta "Sanair" cs

Luca Sigurta

This is another gorgeous drone cassette that I have the pleasure of reviewing. This is very traditional in it's approach to drone. Subtle shifting waves of tone that move and swirl around each other. It's very beautiful and ethereal. Clean, clear and immersive. Not much else to say. It would be better if you could here it. 
     It looks pretty much how it sounds, simple and beautiful. Lovely pictures and a nice bit of type. The modern/transitional style typeface (Bembo?) may be a little high contrast for how small it is printed. In other words, the thin parts of the letters are a bit too small but it still works. The only real issue, and it seems way out of character for the rest of the look is that there is an "a" and "b" on the tape that denotes which side is which but it is handwritten on a tiny piece of paper and then scotch taped to the tape. It's terrible. A blank tape can be better and once i removed these little eye sores, it was.
     Would I buy this? Yes. 

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