Spectropol is happy to announce the upcoming “reissue” of some electronic minimalist treasures from the ’80s and early ’90s.
Steve Moshier’s Limestone Gates will include five tracks from “Boy’s Life” (1983); a section from Deliquium in C (1989); and “Sudan” (1992). These pieces featured as “environmental” soundtracks to collaborative theater works that grew out of the fertile art/music scene of downtown Los Angeles.
Analog warmth, a cozy tape hiss and only the essential notes lull one into a lucid meditative state. This is ambient music that seems to be saying something we forgot about.