Exactly What You Lost

Seht, Howard Stelzer

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This first album of cross-hemisphere hum by Seht and Howard Stelzer emerged organically via tapes shared through the post between New Zealand and Boston over the course of a year or so. Without any spoken agenda or external organizing concept from the start, the music willed itself into a darkly psychedelic, implacably melancholy haze. A quick scramble of caffeinated tape action kicks things off, then the album rapidly dissipates into a thick, black sleep of environmental debris and humid fog. Worn loops were played into various outdoor acoustic environments (playgrounds, front porches, trees, other prosaic spots), then fed back into low-tech machines for further harmonic decay. Shapes form in the shadows and slip away as the edges blur. After a few attempts to heave itself up onto its feet, Exactly What You Lost eventually huffs its last breath and dissolves in a cavern of industrial tics.

CD (INT 028)

  • Étiquette: Intransitive Recordings
  • INT 028
  • 2007
  • UCC 683119201324
  • Boîtier Jewel
  • 125 mm × 142 mm × 10 mm
  • 85 g

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