Noise. Field recording, and phonographic material. Very bare, minimal. Not full at all, but in a good way. The fuzz and recorded sounds are so quiet I can hear the hum from my speakers. Many themed around the sounds of liquids? and I liked those tracks....who doesn't like water. Modest noise at first, but I found it to be a very rewarding and relaxing listen. FCC clean. FCC clean. Picsk 1,3,6,8,11,14,15
*1-(4:28) Quiet staticky. Very quiet rising and falling tones underneath. Even though there are no water noises, it feels like I'm near water.
2-(1:11) Conversation in spanish.
*3-(3:06) Sounds of percolation, and water going down a drain. Low quiet buzz develops. at the end, a soft bell!
4-(3:00) Very quiet talking, and occasional coach whistle.
5-(1:24) Gurgling water
*6-(3:58) Sparse pinging and buzzes over very quiet machine noise.
7-(3:50) low swirling wash. Very slow to develop. We get a police siren towards the end. Mostly slightly foreboding fuzziness throughout.
*8-(3:03) Static. Then watery noises. It is raining.
9-(2:53) Faded out quiet street noises. Cars... VERY quiet...too much for radio probably.
10-(4:23) Louder base level. Occasional buzzing machine. Sounds like trying to get the last bit of slurpee with a straw.
*11-(5:05) Sounds of a quiet engine running...of someone puttering around the kitchen...very distant background noise.
12-(3:49) Sound of frying oil, fairly loud hum.
13-(3:21) Another watery one. Fairly large stream from a faucet, or in bathtub.
*14-(4:30) Harsh buzzsaws. Softens up a bit with some wash tones. One of the more dynamic tracks.
*15-(3:02) More watery sounds. gentley rocking back and forth. There are some dial tones alerting us the song will end.
16-(1:59) Very sporadic pings over almost nothing fuzz. Sudden end.