The Hepburns: Something Worth Stealing
Anthony Rochester: Music for Librarians
The Cat Box Quartet: Running Uphill
The Hepburns: The Last Thing I Saw Before I…
The Hepburns: Deciphering Linear A
Gypsophile vs. Shop: Deux musiciens en crise
The Double Life of Testbild!
18fps: The Soft Rains of Delta Cephei
18fps: The Politics of Disappearance
Nice System: Impractical Guide to the Opposite Sex
Gypsophile: De loin, les choses
those silly catalogue cards from the 3" era
Kuuki no soko was a phrase that we had trouble translating. “The bottom of the atmosphere” or “under the air” were attempts. There was, however, an air about this album. An air of awakening, an air of childhood enchantment.
The design is an homage to the Hang Ten and OP shirts of my childhood, but with some close up emphasis on the objects a child would discover for the first time in forest or park…
Matte varnish on black.
I felt that a winter color palette would have been more appropriate for the music, but blues just didn’t look as good. And are the needles still on the tree in the winter? It’s something I probably knew as a child…