Corntuth (Flow State Records 001)
November 23, 2020
Today we’re listening to Flow State Records’ first release: Music To Work To, the debut LP from Brooklyn-based ambient producer Corntuth. (We premiered it on last Tuesday’s subscriber mix.) The album consists of 13 improvisations made on a vintage synth. The artist says, “I started making this record because I had just gotten a 1983 Yamaha DX7 from my friend & synth guru, Tony Norton (of Analog Craftsman), and needed a project to use it on. Also, there's a pandemic on and I spend all day inside my apartment.” The album runs continuously and each segment creates a Brian Eno-esque atmosphere of profundity. We hope you enjoy.
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