DUSTH - We Did Not Learn What We Set Out To mp3 flac
- Album: We Did Not Learn What We Set Out To
- MP3: 1499 mb | FLAC: 1496 mb
- Released: 2010
- Style: Dark Ambient, Field Recording, Experimental
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 241
- Format: RA MP3 FLAC AUD DTS MOD XM
Made up of Robert Taite and Kelsey Braun, DUSTH mines from sources including but not limited to, contact, electro- magnetic/hydro microphones, field recordings, no input, table-top/prepared guitar, pedals and home-made forms of manipulation. The focus/theme of DUSTH shifted in the past year from an atmospheric sound to a more direct/raw improvisation, teetering on the fence b/w silence and noise.
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|6||Rime On The Hide||2:47|
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- Field Recordings, Tapes, Contact Mics, Electronics – Kelsey Braun
- Photography – Ryan Simmons (Cover/Back), Kelsey Braun (Inner/CD)
- Prepared Guitar, Samplers, Computer, Electronics – Robert Taite
NotesRecorded between September 2009 + March 2010
Released in an edition of 100 copies