The original 2002 version of this CD was packaged in a screen-printed cardboard wallet with a transparent rice paper insert. The 2nd pressing included an insert of white stock.
Here, Glistening Examples presents a remastered reissue packaged in a crystalline shrink-wrapped jewel case.
That spine is going to look pretty sweet in your CD collection.
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In 2002, Jason Kahn published mattresslessness on his Swiss imprint called "cut". It represents some of Jason Lescalleet's earliest solo work and an album that stands as a unique representation of experimental music bridging genres of lowercase music, electronic music, tape music, minimal glitch, and the grey area of American noise. This album shows Lescalleet sharpening his tools and cutting his teeth as these aforementioned genres of music were evolving in the new age of the internet.
Fifteen years later, we bring you this document not only to shine a light on the beginning of Lescalleet's career as a composer but to also demonstrate that some of these early traits have remained in his repertoire as a testament to the timelessness of classic experimental sound work.
released December 12, 2017
Thanks to Jason Kahn, Jon Abbey, Matthew St. Germain, and Josh Russell