Tape & Bill Wells – Fugue. Sound Of Water.

Vinyls in the mail. I just love them. Especially when they come from the fantastic label Immune Recordings, that each and every release of theirs, is a true blast.

The fabulous new release is the joint venture of Swedish minimalists Tape (who also reissued their amazing Luminarium album with Immune couple of months ago), and Scottish composer Bill Wells.
The combination of these musician brought a fantastic 4 pieces EP – Fugue.


Pressed on high quality 12”, the 4 pieces are somewhat a journey of repetitive, reverbed pianos a la Popol Vuh (like in Fugue 3), guitars, melodica, and waterdrops.
It’s interesting to hear how many voices and colors are gathered in all 22 minutes of this recording.
Minimalistic and beautiful, like another Immune release – Rafael Anton Irrisari, Tape and Well’s music convey the mind to an ease, relaxed mode of sinking in a fabulous dream that you’d wish will last forever.
Fugue - Tape and Bill Wells

This is indeed a recommended set of tracks, fantstic for the phase of Theta waves, when some people dream of Yellow Submarines, and some are looking for a good background music, while another sheep is leaping over the same old fence.

Tape & Bill Wells – Fugue 1

Get It (limited edition, so don’t hesitate)

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