Uses For Pavement

by Floor Overhead

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Each highly limited collectable Whitelabrecs release is built around a set format as follows:
    50 x vinyl-effect CDrs with card vinyl-style sleeves, rubber stamped titling, a polaroid print of the cover artwork housed inside a plastic case to keep it looking mint. Ink, font style and sleeve colours will vary for each release, chosen by the artist.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Uses For Pavement via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Uses For Pavement, Sea Trials, Granada, Wing-half, Whitelabsounds, Granular Canvas, Modulated Tones No.1: Music For Framed Works, HS, and 16 more. , and , .

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about

Floor Overhead is Brooklyn, USA based artist Andrew Farwell who some may recognise from our recent compilation album ‘Whitelabsounds’. His previous output has seen a few self-released projects on Bandcamp and we’re now pleased to be able to present the debut album ‘Uses For Pavement’

Andrew has been playing guitar since the age of 12 and eventually migrated to making electronic and ambient music on computers some years later. His current approach to sound uses guitar recordings deconstructed and processed with inspiration drawn from industry heavyweights such as Steve Reich, Kevin Drumm, William Basinski and Fennesz.

Uses For Pavement is the product of quiet, happy accidents from guitar recordings that have been gently brushed over with some production to create a collage focused on spacing and permanence.
The album is an attempt to refuse the temptation to alter accident-prone inputs and superimpose the ‘shoulds’ of creation. Like thoughts, inputs are inherently unchangeable while our reaction to those inputs is negotiable. The result of this album is a heavy but structure-less space that serves as a shelter for otherwise lost ideas.

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released June 30, 2017

Written and produced by Andrew Farwell
Mastered by Tim Diagram
Artwork by John Robert Clark Moore - johnrcm.com

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UK based experimental record label specialising in highly limited runs of white-label-style vinyl-effect CDrs

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