Keeping things rollin’ with the new local music! Here’s another release that we missed towards the end of last year, at the end of December. This is Timothy Donavan Russell’s “Cosmic Tape.” Just two tracks, each clocking in at a little under a half hour each. Here’s a description from Timothy’s bandcamp page:
Imagine. Analog meets digital in the dark of space. It’s all extremely empty, and the origin of the communication signal is obscured by distance and the constraints of technology. You sense storms the size of planets and tranquil caves off oceans where creatures move slowly relative to the speed of life here on Earth, as if in deep time wells—over millennia per foot—but the cause is rather the rate of the cryotectonics and the relative quiet of the neighborhood. Why bother getting up until there is a reason? We are (part of) our world, and so we move at Earth event speed. This, though, feels alien to us, from elsewhere, elsewhen, and elsehow.
You can check out Cosmic Tape streaming on the player below. Also head over to the Timothy Donavan Russell bandcamp page where you can purchase the download of the release.
We are adding this one to our Springfield album archive page for last year, bringing us to 495 total listings.