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fabric - a sort of radiance (album preview)

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    This is one of two debut releases from the Spectrum Spools label, headed by John Elliott of Emeralds. Edition of 500.

    Matthew Mullane is a Chicago multi-instrumentalist performing under the guise of Fabric. Here we have a fine suite of compositions which embark on a voyage through darkness of night and the brightness of day. Washed-out dark colors and static pulses sweep across your stereo painting a portrait of intense yearning and determination. Recorded over the course of a year, Matthew has constructed a multi-dimensional organism of sound that has perplexing depth and astounding detail. The album reveals new shapes and sizes with repeat listens and is truly a work which you can submerge yourself in to get lost. "Leaving The House" is an energetic workout with its dense, ultraviolet fog and stream-like melodies. Then there's the vignettes such as "Orange And Red" or "Containers," that branch out into unfamiliar territory in their own special ways, synthesizing a journey far from home. So far, Fabric releases have appeared in very small editions including a split with Sparkling Wide Pressure and a practically non-existent cassette on Fairchild Tapes. Spectrum Spools is proud to kick off the label by presenting the debut Fabric album. Cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, January 2011.

    Released by: spectrum spools
    Release/catalogue number: sp001

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