Each cassette is repurposed from a 12 part The Book of Revelations cassette series, hand painted, and will contain different pieces of sermons being spoken between/during songs.
The White Spot side will contain the album I Had The Best For A Little While with various noises and sermon soundbites etched throughout. The Black Spot side will contain multiple tracks of various White Spot albums layered on top of each other to create a borderline orchestral wall of noise. I will tweak and adjust it live with various effects, panning, muting, time stretching, and other various noises/instruments/sermon soundbites added as it records. (Example of both sides: youtu.be/h0mIwobScxk )
Because it is so time-consuming to dub each one live, I won't actually create the cassette until after the order is placed. It may take a little while.
I don't have a case for each one, so they will come in random packaging. It will depend on what I have on hand at the time. It may come wrapped in cloth. It may come framed in wood. It may come encased in plaster. It may come surrounded by the baby blanket I was brought home in.
Each cassette will be unique. Each cassette will be lo-fi. Each cassette will have far too much time devoted to creating it.
Includes unlimited streaming of I Had The Best For A Little While
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The hour will suspend
It will all ascend
Graft our eyes together and you will see
The world as I deem fit.
You have not been told
Now taken hold
The color of the ground hasn't changed for miles
Now hallowed is the body that will get exiled.
At the battle, like an abbot, I was feeling alone.
Settle up, that hell is all I know.
Filter through, that town is one and the same.
Turns out the forced gale is coming again.
The sky will tear me apart.
Your face will help me take heart.
I can breathe for one, breathe for one
That head fall will enthrall and show me how to
Breathe alone, Breathe alone
And wait, wait, waste, wait.
The color of the ground hasn't changed.
Turns out that it's all the same.