Corrugate is two tracks of roughly the same ilk that I produced in the first half of 2014.
Thanks to Thomas Mathie, Wolfgang Merx, Dario Lozano-Thornton, Phil Begg, Grace Smith, Nichola Stafford, Michael Bridgewater, Adam Denton, Mark Hadman, Crow Versus Crow, Stephen Ferrell, Roo Carpenter, Michael Hann, the twitter community, WAAG and others for all sorts of reasons.
Special thanks to Thomas for agreeing to float this boat, and for, as always, making this thing possible.
This will probably the last substantial volume of material from me for a while to take some time away from releasing.
I found Corrugate to be a wonderfully engaging electroacoustic journey, one that twists and turns in the most delightfully hypnotic manner.
Both Radium and Erosion (tracks or “sides” 1 and 2 of this release) are a pure, unadulterated celebration of invention and the creative spirit … and come highly commended.
I really do hope you enjoy these pieces from Sean and, while I am a wee bit disappointed at his current hiatus, I am glad I have this release as well as his previous two releases on waag - “Erasal (waag_rel046)” and “Knurled Fog | Agerich (waag_sng005)” - to tide me over.
A 320kbps version of this release is available over on Archive (archive.org/details/we-are-all-ghosts
) for free. If you decide to download this album here for free, and you can with our best wishes, then all we ask is that you please tell people about it.