From the Highest Point of the Park You Turn Right and Descend Into the Valley Once Filled by a Lake

by Elizabeth Veldon

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    A limited edition of 15, each tape comes with original screen-printed artwork by Vickie McDonald, spray-painted CDr with photos that inspired the original compositions and exclusive track "Tom Weir Can Not See the Carved Faces on the Auld Wife's Lifts".

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Settle in and immerse yourself in the long-form drone of Glasgow based artist Elizabeth Veldon. These two tracks sidle up to La Monte Young in the early hours, shooting codeine and reading Carver as the world around them crumbles. Switch everything else off and give yourself over to it, because fuck knows we need a distraction right now.

Physical copies come with additional bonus material and photos from the artist.

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released November 28, 2014

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