“A mechanical ghost in the corner of our room, The Electric Capablanca spins spectres, shades and sonics while nobody looks.
Lifestyle product for a Dolce Vita dreamer, the device – abandoned by one careless owner – now dreams up probable chaos.”
Released September 2019, enjoy these new hallucinations from no known author; a machined mega-puzzle of miscalculated patterns, automatic failures and lost coffee house betas.
Turn the dials to creak splinters of 70s Italian midi classical (Venosta, Musci), imagined mitteleuropa ambient (Froese, Popol Vuh) and spiritual mathematics from the old new world (Spiegel, Hassell, Riley).
supported by 6 fans who also own “Puzzles & Studies”
Discovered this at the same time I discovered Slow TV, a 10-hour long television program of continuous footage aboard a train through Norway. To say these pair well together is an understatement. Ryan Holladay