A Season In Decline

by Radere

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This is my second release with Full Spectrum.

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Assembled during a period of transition, 'A Season In Decline' marks a decisive leap into the noisier end of the sonic continuum for Ritger, burnishing his lush soundscapes with carefully sculpted feedback and distortion to dramatic effect. Indeed, this may be the heaviest entry in the Radere catalogue to date, taking inspiration in equal measure from shoegaze, kosmische psychedelia and dark, droning ambience.

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released December 14, 2010

Recorded between winter '09 and fall '10
Radere is Carl Ritger (guitars, small percussion, field recordings, electronics and computer)
Additional Contributions by Justin Gibbon (small percussion and electronics) and ~Decibelle (glass and glass cutting tools)
Mixed and mastered by Andrew Weathers
Artwork and layout by Dan Lisowski

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Radere Denver, Colorado

Radere is the alias of Carl Ritger. His work primarily explores the shadowy gulf that exists between drone and noise, blurring electronics and location recordings into densely textured sonic monoliths.

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