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Like an unsent love letter to a psychedelic London where everyone is trying to find their way to a secret Television Personalities gig, Cuneiform Tabs emerge with an astounding debut of lo-fi pop and DIY experimentation. A hazy collage of joyful heartaches, twisted children's TV themes and sing-song melodies, the album echoes the sounds of '60s AM radio from a dozen narrow alleyways to the North.Over 18 months, the Tabs' Matt Bieyle and Sterling Mackinnon traded 4-track tapes between the Bay Area and the UK. While they previously played together in indie band Violent Change, the duo's physical distance and their songwriting process of building, blurring and distorting across the Atlantic would create something no one saw coming. Grabbing any instruments at their disposal and splitting vocal duties, Bieyle and Mackinnon pushed their Tascam to it's limit to make glittering, odd-shaped gems.There is an insular feel to Cuneiform Tabs, suited for late nights after the entire city has stumbled into dreamtime or lazy afternoons when you can't quite recall where you need to be, but you know you won't make it there on time. It's like a pirate radio show where Bob Pollard alternates Swell Maps and Cleaners From Venus records while randomly unplugging various bits of gear and reading passages from a book on R.D. Laing.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.
Like an unsent love letter to a psychedelic London where everyone is trying to find their way to a secret Television Personalities gig, Cuneiform Tabs emerge with an astounding debut of lo-fi pop and DIY experimentation. A hazy collage of joyful heartaches, twisted children's TV themes and sing-song melodies, the album echoes the sounds of '60s AM radio from a dozen narrow alleyways to the North.Over 18 months, the Tabs' Matt Bieyle and Sterling Mackinnon traded 4-track tapes between the Bay Area and the UK. While they previously played together in indie band Violent Change, the duo's physical distance and their songwriting process of building, blurring and distorting across the Atlantic would create something no one saw coming. Grabbing any instruments at their disposal and splitting vocal duties, Bieyle and Mackinnon pushed their Tascam to it's limit to make glittering, odd-shaped gems.There is an insular feel to Cuneiform Tabs, suited for late nights after the entire city has stumbled into dreamtime or lazy afternoons when you can't quite recall where you need to be, but you know you won't make it there on time. It's like a pirate radio show where Bob Pollard alternates Swell Maps and Cleaners From Venus records while randomly unplugging various bits of gear and reading passages from a book on R.D. Laing.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.
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Cuneiform Tabs - Cuneiform Tabs [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Ylw)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: W.25TH
Rel. Date: 07/26/2024
UPC: 857661008445

Cuneiform Tabs [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Ylw)
Artist: Cuneiform Tabs
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $25.98
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Healthy Reaction
3. Track 3
4. Penitence My Lord
5. Track 5
6. Gonged Fantasy
7. Track 7
8. I Think I Need You Tonight
9. Track 9
10. Vcukii
11. Track 11
12. Might You Have Something to Eat
13. Track 13
14. Space Crone
15. Track 15
16. Yesterday Is Nexus
17. Track 17
18. Planted Boy
19. 1
20. Wet Look Raga
21. 1
22. Not Another Priest

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Like an unsent love letter to a psychedelic London where everyone is trying to find their way to a secret Television Personalities gig, Cuneiform Tabs emerge with an astounding debut of lo-fi pop and DIY experimentation. A hazy collage of joyful heartaches, twisted children's TV themes and sing-song melodies, the album echoes the sounds of '60s AM radio from a dozen narrow alleyways to the North.Over 18 months, the Tabs' Matt Bieyle and Sterling Mackinnon traded 4-track tapes between the Bay Area and the UK. While they previously played together in indie band Violent Change, the duo's physical distance and their songwriting process of building, blurring and distorting across the Atlantic would create something no one saw coming. Grabbing any instruments at their disposal and splitting vocal duties, Bieyle and Mackinnon pushed their Tascam to it's limit to make glittering, odd-shaped gems.There is an insular feel to Cuneiform Tabs, suited for late nights after the entire city has stumbled into dreamtime or lazy afternoons when you can't quite recall where you need to be, but you know you won't make it there on time. It's like a pirate radio show where Bob Pollard alternates Swell Maps and Cleaners From Venus records while randomly unplugging various bits of gear and reading passages from a book on R.D. Laing.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.Originally released in a hyper-limited artist edition, W.25th / Superior Viaduct is thrilled to bring this kaleidoscopic LP to a wider audience.
        
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