Arp "White Light"

Here's a quick piece from Arp's forthcoming second album, The Soft Wave. The two-and-a-half-minute "White Light" is an experience of fuzzy static and other variously manipulated noises, all wrapped around a constant loop of soft guitar strums. Occasionally, a semblance of melody outside of the hypnotic guitar work bubbles to the surface, but those flute puffs and electronic hums are short blips in the timeline. "White Light" is a small, temporary place, most likely created by Arp as a doorway to a larger room. (via Pitchfork)

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