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M. Geddes Gengras — Hawaiki Tapes
CASETTE + DIGITAL
CATALOG UR111 — Released June 2018


Produced and Mastered by M. Geddes Gengras.

Design by Daniel Castrejón, photos by M. Geddes Gengras.

TRACKLIST / 68 minutes

01 Hilina Slump
02 Ha'akulamanu
03 Kapoho
04 Kīlauea
05 Mauna Kea
06 Lō'ihi
07 Kalapana
08 Mauna Loa
09 Pu`u Loa
10 Nāhuku



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Recorded during a vacation on the big island, Hawaiki Tapes is somewhat of an anomaly in the M. Geddes Gengras music —A series of short, improvised sequences voiced by a small plastic digital synthesizer, minimally processed in real time & jacked straight into a handheld recorder. It was made at night, on a little hotel room desk. The internal sequencer of the volca greatly influenced the pieces, since it only goes so slow and is limited in it’s voicing.

It was windy and cold for most of the trip, and the sky was gigantic and filled with massive rippling clouds that flew between the horizons in minutes. The landscape was made of endless, black rock fields with little grassy spots where the lava hadn’t hit yet. In the process, Gengras had in mind some of the formative ambient music he had listened to in his early years: Brian Eno, Harold Budd, Aphex Twin, and his focus is in the interaction between the synth, the delay and reverb effects. A perfect album for sleepless nights —A new sound statement from M. Geddes Gengras.



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