The Liverpool producer's latest release is inspired by his time in New York.
Dialect is Liverpool's Andrew PM Hunt, who approaches his albums with an "online mix" mentality—meaning they're continuous, flowing journeys. Earlier this year he released Advanced Myth through Tasty Morsels, and Gowanus Drifts is his first tape for the Vancouver label, inspired by the Brooklyn neighbourhood of the same name.
"Gowanus was decrepit and decayed with razorwire tumbleweed blowing across cracked sidewalks erupting with weeds and dirt," the label says in a rather evocative press release describing the scenery which gives Gowanus Drifts its darker tint. It goes on to say that the tape, made with field recordings as well as zither and saxophone, "exists within a drone continuum that, for Hunt, started with the psychedelic explorations of Gong, Cluster and Tangerine Dream."
Check out an edit of "Waterfront Epiphany" below.
01. Sunset Park (In The Dark)
02. Waterfront Epiphany
04. Coney Island Fog
05. Flesh In The Pan
07. Cloud Chorale
08. Ghost Of Red Hook
09. Broken Pipes
10. Glass Drift
11. Bleak Drift
12. Chewing Springs
13. Quietly, In The House (Last Transmission)
1080p will release Gowanus Drifts on August 28th, 2015.