Throughout the 90 minutes of Long Form Lucky Dragons follow a process, first explored on their 2011 release Shape Tape, where spectral information from source material (in this case, modular synthesizer) is organised into simple harmonic shapes - an open auto-tuning that does not discriminate between signal and noise. The result is a shimmering plane of harmony, an agreement of frequencies that extends above and below the range of audible perception. As any shape stretched towards an infinite length becomes a line, this is a flattening of form - music made as simple as possible.
released February 1, 2012
produced in cassette form by tim coster, fictitious sighs, melbourne, australia