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Memory Tapes to release new record

By | Published on Thursday 4 October 2012

Memory Tapes

After time spent doing something he defines as “chaotic reaching”, Memory Tapes’ Dayve Hawk has drawn a new long player from the opposing sides of his mind. He has titled it ‘Grace/Confusion’, and will release it via Carpark Records on 3 Dec.

He says: “I’ve always explained Memory Tapes as ‘pop music as field recordings’. I decided to showcase a kind of chaotic reaching. I don’t think the record is flat-out shooting in all directions though, because I kept trying to rein it in as much as I embraced it. That’s why I called it Grace/Confusion”.

Ah, now I see. Now see this tracklisting, and a play of penultimate LP track ‘Sheila’.

Neighborhood Watch
Thru The Field
Safety
Let Me Be
Sheila
Follow Me


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