BellowsReelin’Entr’acte
FROM THE ARCHIVES// Bellows’ third album in chronicling the duo’s hardware-centric practices and most likely their best yet, “Reelin’” captures Giuseppe Ielasi and Nicola Ratti half way between tape-led abstraction and direct sonic documentation.  Very little information clings to this Entr’acte release, but that makes the sounds all the more glorious and it comes out sounding like processing dub in a scientific laboratory or programming a drum machine with field recordings.  Ielasi and Ratti use a Sony Walkman, Revox A77, and Memory Man to make “Reelin’” into something as physical as sanding a piece of wood and as tactile as fraying edges of a worn rug, which results in the music coming alive and filling a room like little else.  – Ryan Potts, Experimedia

Bellows
Reelin’
Entr’acte

FROM THE ARCHIVES// Bellows’ third album in chronicling the duo’s hardware-centric practices and most likely their best yet, “Reelin’” captures Giuseppe Ielasi and Nicola Ratti half way between tape-led abstraction and direct sonic documentation.  Very little information clings to this Entr’acte release, but that makes the sounds all the more glorious and it comes out sounding like processing dub in a scientific laboratory or programming a drum machine with field recordings.  Ielasi and Ratti use a Sony Walkman, Revox A77, and Memory Man to make “Reelin’” into something as physical as sanding a piece of wood and as tactile as fraying edges of a worn rug, which results in the music coming alive and filling a room like little else. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia

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