A Sort Of Radiance

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Matthew Mullane is a Chicago multi-instrumentalist performing under the guise of Fabric.
Here we have a fine suite of compositions which embark on a voyage through darkness of night and the brightness of day. Washed out dark colors and static pulses sweep across your stereo painting a portrait of intense yearning and determination. Recorded over the course of a year, Matthew has constructed a multi dimensional organism of sound that has perplexing depth and astounding detail.
The album reveals new shapes and sizes with repeat listens and is truly a work which you can submerge yourself in to get lost. "Leaving the House" is an energetic workout with it's dense, ultraviolet fog and stream-like melodies. Then there's the vignettes such as "Orange and Red" or "Containers", that branch out into unfamiliar territory in their own special ways synthesizing a journey far from home.
So far, Fabric releases have appeared in very small editions including a split with Sparkling Wide Pressure and a practically non-existent cassette on Fairchild Tapes. Spectrum Spools is proud to kick off the label by presenting the debut Fabric album.

Fabric: A Sort Of Radiance

Orange and Red Fabric 1'16''
Leaving the House Fabric 6'17''
High Ceilings Fabric 4'05''
Camera Fabric 3'37''
Left Fabric 47''
Containers Fabric 1'04''
Light Float Fabric 7'58''
Controls Fabric 1'52''
Soft Disconnect Fabric 6'03''

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