Sparkling Wide Pressure "Fake Spells" c44
When you dream. When you try to remember.
The rust has always been there.
You found your bookmark between a stone and a ripple.
A mossy shadow.
Active since 2007, Frank Baugh's Sparkling Wide Pressure has been a longtime favorite in our house and his newest tape, "Fake Spells" is simply a masterpiece. Warped vocals, loops, and synthesizers twist around patiently meandering guitars. These are songs in the vein of late-period Coil run through a hazy filter of Appalachian Americana. For those familiar with SWP, you already know. For those who may be new to the project, now is the time to get on board.
Professionally duplicated tapes. Comes with download code.
Edition of 50.
(Adversary no. 28)