Basic House "64 Bummer"
Even with just a cursory listen of "64 Bummer," it's clear that Basic House (a.k.a. Stephen Bishop) eschews convention when crafting his experimental, synth-laden productions. This particular cut shows off Bishop's knack for sound design, as nearly every second of this nine-minute track finds the man piecing together a vivid-yet-bleak sonic world. Though it was released on cassette earlier this year through Bishop's Opal Tapes label, "64 Bummer" and the rest of the Caim in Bird Form LP found a new home on vinyl today, courtesy of Digitalis.
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