|Title||1-9: Map Key Window; 10-13: Dust; 14-16: Aileron|
|Label||The Radiophonics Trading Company of New Zealand|
|Year||1-9: 2004; 10-13: 2012; 14-16: 2000|
|Design||Design, layout and editing: Mr R. Shaw|
|Music||Electronic, ambient, filmic|
|Notes||There’s a playful sense of mystery to this trilogy, released over a period of more than a decade and united by their format and oblique references. They’re delightfully presented and convey to this little-travelled observer a sense of experiences and narratives unfolded at a remote distance. Whether the images and scraps of information, handwritten and typed, or the extended liminal compositions take precedence probably depends on each individual’s take.
The tone of the texts appears to arrives from a past that – at least in the imagination – enjoyed greater decorum, perhaps the 1930s or ’50s. Connections, however tenuous, gradually establish themselves independently of the observer.
If you’re intrigued by enigmas or enjoy surrendering yourself to daydreams and riddles, rotor plus is for you. You can purchase the three releases here.
|Listen||Listen on the r + Bandcamp page|