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Clear vinyl LP pressing. Cremation Lily's earliest journeys through the many facets of industrial and ambient music have all lead up to the intimate, inward nature of Zen Zsigos work in recent years. Considered by the artist to be his first cohesive full-length, The Processes.. marks a distinct high mark for Cremation Lily, fittingly presented on double-cassette. The washed up, tape-spliced and saturated ambient techno of his late 2015 debut on Opal Tapes make a return, alongside sweeping organic acoustic instrumentation by way of piano and violin. Cremation Lily is constantly trying and failing to find meaning in everyday isolation and holding memories in glimpses of romance.
Clear vinyl LP pressing. Cremation Lily's earliest journeys through the many facets of industrial and ambient music have all lead up to the intimate, inward nature of Zen Zsigos work in recent years. Considered by the artist to be his first cohesive full-length, The Processes.. marks a distinct high mark for Cremation Lily, fittingly presented on double-cassette. The washed up, tape-spliced and saturated ambient techno of his late 2015 debut on Opal Tapes make a return, alongside sweeping organic acoustic instrumentation by way of piano and violin. Cremation Lily is constantly trying and failing to find meaning in everyday isolation and holding memories in glimpses of romance.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ALTER
Rel. Date: 09/16/2022
UPC: 5056321659064

Processes & Instruments Of Normal People [Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Cremation Lily
Format: Vinyl
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Clear vinyl LP pressing. Cremation Lily's earliest journeys through the many facets of industrial and ambient music have all lead up to the intimate, inward nature of Zen Zsigos work in recent years. Considered by the artist to be his first cohesive full-length, The Processes.. marks a distinct high mark for Cremation Lily, fittingly presented on double-cassette. The washed up, tape-spliced and saturated ambient techno of his late 2015 debut on Opal Tapes make a return, alongside sweeping organic acoustic instrumentation by way of piano and violin. Cremation Lily is constantly trying and failing to find meaning in everyday isolation and holding memories in glimpses of romance.
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