All Gift Tapes releases will be recorded to tape. We believe that the analog recording process preserves the integrity and soul of the sound. This method provides specific limitations to the creator which promote a more hand-crafted music, simplifying the relationship between human and machine. The nature of analog recording encourages careful forethought for each creative decision and frees the artist from the false digital infinite. Additionally, the method of production and distribution in the midst of a consumer-based economy requires artful consideration. We aim not to create commodities, but to enliven a folk mentality… where art is circulated as gift.
Welcome to Gift Tapes of Seattle, WA. On this blog you’ll be able to find out what’s new with Gift Tapes, in addition to posts focused on both old & new new age, noise, & experimental music. Designing the blog will take us a bit of time, so please bare with us.
Our first limited-edition cassettes will be released in January 2009!
2 releases are for-sure, but we hope to have 3. Spare Death Icon, Jason E Anderson‘s new age project and Jamie Potter’s (of Bonus) currently unnamed project. Both Anderson & Potter are also working on an electronics duo project, so we hope to see some material from that soon. In the meantime, we’ll leave you with our first bit of sound from the Spare Death Icon cassette!