Scott Gilmore
Subtle Vertigo

30,45

in stock

why we love this

"The album is a chill, whimsical listen marked by sunny melodies, lilting rhythms, and timbres as watery as the ice melting in the bottom of your glass."

about the record

"Though Subtle Vertigo is billed as Scott Gilmore's debut album, it’s actually the follow-up to a 2016 cassette on SFV Acid’s SFV Records label. Whereas that tape, bearing the low-key title Volume 01, was recorded in mono, the new one makes the leap to stereo; it also boasts an ever so slightly richer, fuller sound, achieved by recording eight separate tracks to his reel-to-reel, bouncing into the computer, then recording another pass on the multi-track and bouncing down again. Nevertheless, it maintains the same muted, understated air as its predecessor." - Pitchfork

  1. A1 - E70 No. 01 2:00
  2. A2 - Europe 2:00
  3. A3 - Lady Street Racer 2:00
  4. A4 - Flight Through Grey 2:00
  5. B1 - Subtle Vertigo 2:00
  6. B2 - Pieced Together 2:00
  7. B3 - Tides 1:27
  8. B4 - Walking Underground 2:00

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Scott Gilmore
Subtle Vertigo

30,45

in stock

  1. A1 - E70 No. 01 2:00
  2. A2 - Europe 2:00
  3. A3 - Lady Street Racer 2:00
  4. A4 - Flight Through Grey 2:00
  5. B1 - Subtle Vertigo 2:00
  6. B2 - Pieced Together 2:00
  7. B3 - Tides 1:27
  8. B4 - Walking Underground 2:00

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why we love this

"The album is a chill, whimsical listen marked by sunny melodies, lilting rhythms, and timbres as watery as the ice melting in the bottom of your glass."

about the record

"Though Subtle Vertigo is billed as Scott Gilmore's debut album, it’s actually the follow-up to a 2016 cassette on SFV Acid’s SFV Records label. Whereas that tape, bearing the low-key title Volume 01, was recorded in mono, the new one makes the leap to stereo; it also boasts an ever so slightly richer, fuller sound, achieved by recording eight separate tracks to his reel-to-reel, bouncing into the computer, then recording another pass on the multi-track and bouncing down again. Nevertheless, it maintains the same muted, understated air as its predecessor." - Pitchfork

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