by arboreal

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    Spraypainted CDr in jewelcase. Comes with laminated leaves and flowers. Limited handnumbered to 18 copies.

    Includes unlimited streaming of deconstruction via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Bangkok, Thailand based "arboreal" is a HNW act operated by Polwach Beokhaimook (Chamber of Tapeworms, Unsignified Death). On this occasion he offers a release called "deconstruction," conceptually about plants and nature in accordance with the themes of the project, coming up with static and minimal crackles accumulated into one thirty-minute track.

Review from Noise Not Music by Jack Davidson:

There are a lot of possibilities in composing wall noise in terms of the kinetic identity the artist wishes to bestow upon their creation; some pieces blaze forward with drive and fury; others are stubbornly stagnant, clawing and fighting temporal progression like an anchor along the ocean floor. Still others, like Deconstruction, seem to move independently of a linear direction, instead expanding outward from a defined center. Arboreal (a.k.a. Polwach Beokhaimook) allows his delicate, crackling structures to worm their way through the soil like the plants that initially inspired the work, fanning out from the stalk or trunk which here takes the form of a contained, choked rattling sound. As you spend more time with the single track on Deconstruction, the emanating static seems to trade prominence with this interior point, the former’s more expansive stereo movements drawing attention away from the latter’s obstinate stasis. Also present is a barely perceptible hiss, which could either be just a remnant of the techniques used to create the wall or even a muffled nature recording; I’m not really sure. What is certain, though, is that it is one of several elements that casts this release as a lushly detailed and intimate examination of organic growth, imbuing this relatively simple framework of sounds with the familiar characteristics of life.


released June 3, 2019


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