Channelers
Another Entrance

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about the record

“This album was conceived immediately after I quit my job in August of 2020 and started playing acoustic guitar again. I hadn’t regularly played guitar in about two or three years. I started reading ‘Dazzling Stranger’ about Bert Jansch and the new wave of British folk musicians in the ‘60s and beyond and was incredibly inspired by the immediacy of that music. I think there is something magical, and perhaps even alchemical, about an expression being distilled to its most essential elements. I also wanted to make my new recordings as immediate and essentialized as possible. I think working with tape fosters that approach, because it’s quite difficult to overthink things or to do too much editing or mucking about after a take is laid down. Hence, there is an ‘as it is’ feel to every piece — warts and all." - Sean Conrad

  1. 1 - Before The Word 7:52
  2. 2 - Serpent In The Sky 3:43
  3. 3 - In The Garden Of Venus 3:16
  4. 4 - Return To Aqueous 4:48
  5. 5 - Another Entrance 7:16
  6. 6 - Vanishing Point 3:18
  7. 7 - Thinnest Crescent 4:00
  8. 8 - The Gifts Of Lovers 3:37

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Channelers
Another Entrance

24,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Before The Word 7:52
  2. 2 - Serpent In The Sky 3:43
  3. 3 - In The Garden Of Venus 3:16
  4. 4 - Return To Aqueous 4:48
  5. 5 - Another Entrance 7:16
  6. 6 - Vanishing Point 3:18
  7. 7 - Thinnest Crescent 4:00
  8. 8 - The Gifts Of Lovers 3:37

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about the record

“This album was conceived immediately after I quit my job in August of 2020 and started playing acoustic guitar again. I hadn’t regularly played guitar in about two or three years. I started reading ‘Dazzling Stranger’ about Bert Jansch and the new wave of British folk musicians in the ‘60s and beyond and was incredibly inspired by the immediacy of that music. I think there is something magical, and perhaps even alchemical, about an expression being distilled to its most essential elements. I also wanted to make my new recordings as immediate and essentialized as possible. I think working with tape fosters that approach, because it’s quite difficult to overthink things or to do too much editing or mucking about after a take is laid down. Hence, there is an ‘as it is’ feel to every piece — warts and all." - Sean Conrad

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