01 – Spawn of Ingram 02 – High plains 03 – Let’s fuck 04 – Moon 05 – An unfortunate relapse 06 – Ymas 07 – Mad weather 08 – Working title 09 – Labyrinth 10 – Summers fly by 11 – Tape 12 – Pizzano+ 13 – The cold 14 – 755 15 – Stew 16 – Syrup 17 – Vesani (march)
What are you saying; you never heard of Khate before. What rock have you been living under? One of the finer mistresses of the world of experimental electronics resurfaces with a brand new album! After the longest absence from music making and as she claims ‘the crazies’ this fine fine artist returns and boy are we in for a treat. From one of our back and forth emails:
“But! I’m on the mend (or at least pretending to be). And one thing me & the ol’ therapist are working on is me being able to let go of artwork. Like, it’s never good enough, so it languishes in the hard drive/studio forever. I’ve got hours of material that have been building up over the past couple years that I just can’t let go of. Yet I’ve kept them around and worked on them over and over, so I must think they have some merit.
I wanna set some of these captive animals free, just grit my teeth and let them go. In my head, these are terrible tracks… but I can’t exactly hear someone argue otherwise unless I let them go, right?”
Let’s give Khate a warm welcome back and for now delve into this 17 track madness called Therapy, being Therapy.