By Slow Movement.
Classic ambient work from william basinski,
“in the 1980s, he constructed a series of tape loops consisting of processed snatches of music captured from an easy listening station. When going through his archives in 2001, he decided to digitize the decades-old loops to preserve them. He started a loop on his digital recorder and left it running, and when he returned a short while later, he noticed that the tape was gradually crumbling as it played. The fine coating of magnetized metal was slivering off, and the music was decaying slightly with each pass through the spindle” – Mark Richardson, Pitchfork
take a moment to enjoy its melancholy, beauty and slowness amid these “strange and uncertain” times