Label: Black Horizons
two new tracks of brutal synth minimalism from jonas asher, the man behind grasslung and also the excellent phaserprone. this release finds him operating under a tense, fearful, and lonely sound environment, a trait hinted at on older releases, but i feel realized to an even fuller extent here.
this is his first work off his own label, and the packaging was something that i felt was very important for this release in particular, given the peerless visual aesthetic the artist has already set forth; obis, letterpressing, diecuts, etc. all packaging is offset printed in silver ink, on metallic black cardstock. there is an obi, with 3 asymmetric cut outs done by hand, as well as a 2-panel j-card with more curved edges. labels are blank silver, and each copy comes with a blackened nail.
edition of 100 copies on hi-bias chrome tapes.