cdscdsATROPHIC CASCADES released October 24 2014.

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Waste. decay. Mass extinctions. Climate change. Starfish tearing themselves apart. Algae growth on Chinese seas. The pacific ocean garbage patch. Water acidification. Honey bees. Speciesism. Rising water levels. Fish stock collapse.

This is a mediative, meditative release. Everything is analog, recorded in a first floor bedroom with a park view in Berlin during late 2013 and the first half of 2014.

To explain sound with words, language, is a task. We can start with guitar, delay, melody, repetition. Drum loops, atmospheric noise and distorted spoken word. AC is somewhere in space, somewhere between music and noise. It’s the easy listening apocalypse.

Spatial complexity. Dynamical behavior. Sub harmonics. Space time simulation.

Zoom. Focus. Brightness/Contrast. Color/Hue

Globally stable.

Text by Ralph McClure


A video accurately described as a “visual and tonal montage” has emerged from esoteric musician E N T, aka Nathan Taare. The Wellington-based solo artist has released the clip for the highly atmospheric track ‘Tamales’, which was recorded in a dingy Mexico City hotel during a six month journey through Central America, where he also recorded other tracks from his forthcoming mini-album Central Complex. The song ‘Tamales’ is accompanied by an arthouse video cut from footage shot in Guatemala, Berlin and Mexico and was edited by the musician’s friend, Dylan Bakker, in Berlin. Leaning on a negative colour palette and mirrored effects, the video is a perfect reflection of E N T’s instrumental experimentation. Check it out below…

Text from Under The Radar NZ—Tamales.utr#ixzz37cgBRwu7

+ Margerine + E N T video

Brand new trans-continental video releasing today for E N T. Take the red berries, peel your eyes back and take a trip into the fern jungles and twisted visions of Margerine.

Photographed in Upper Hutt NZ and edited in Friedrichshain, East Berlin, Margerine’ is
E N T’s first video release from 2012’s epic STREET DREAMS.

Photography Nathan Taare
Montage and Post Production Dylan Bakker

Margerine, from the album Street Dreams,

Copyright RangiRecordings 2013