Produced during the year 2000, Morose Beach is a kind of “follow-up” to Auld Cove (rereleased on No Type earlier this year). This time, it’s a previously unreleased album that was created entirely using Audiomulch software. In this sense, this album also serves as a bridge with Heap, the last recording David Turgeon released under the name Period Three before launching the Camp project. None of this tells us much about the hazy, melancholic (& sometimes a tad noisy) atmosphere found herein.
If these unpublished recordings intrigue you in any way, please know that there are more to come, or so the composer tells us.
Download (NT 203)
- Label: No Type (web)
- NT 203 / 2014