Available Now: INSECT FACTORY Melodies From A Dead Radio LP

FABREC015/IF012 INSECT FACTORY Melodies From a Dead Radio LP
Insect Factory is music from Silver Spring, MD musician Jeff Barsky. Insect Factory focuses on texture and mood, building layers of dense sounds that slowly evolve into hypnotic and
atmospheric drones. Since the 90′s, Barsky has continuously played in bands and improvisational collectives, and has performed frequently on the east coast of the U.S., in Canada, throughout Europe, and Japan. Barsky’s various projects have shared the stage with acts as diverse as Richard Pinhas, Nels Cline, Acid Mothers Temple, and Carla Bozulich, and he has performed at Suoni Il Per Popolo festival in Montreal, Terrastock 7 in Louisville, KY, and D.C.’s Sonic Circuits, Queering Sound, and Fringe Festivals. Insect Factory’s first release, “Air Traffic Control Sleep”, was released in the late summer of 2007, to acclaim from the likes of Washington Post, the Wire, and Terrascope. Following a recent split 7″ with RST (New Zealand), Melodies from a Dead Radio is Insect Factory’s second full-length and vinyl debut. Melodies From A Dead Radio was mastered by Christopher Leary (Melograf Studios) and the master lacquer was cut at Golden Mastering.
Edition of 300 on 140 gram black vinyl. This is a split release between Fabrica Records and Insect Fields.

Tracks: 

A1: Globes – 03:36
A2: Radio Forecast – 17:30
B1: New Incision – 19:58
B2: Sutures – 3:05

Listen to “Globes” off Melodies From A Dead Radio:

This LP is now available for sale here and here.

Distros and labels get in touch for wholesale by e-mailing fabricarecs(at)gmail(dot)com. Trades are always welcome.

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