Long Distance Poison are not in this simply for "good jams," nor as the result of heavy psychedelics intake, as a casual observer might imagine—quite the opposite, their creations are methodically structured and planned out, and at the root of each composition is a core concept, a distinct and pre-ordained reason to exist. Signals to a Habitable Zone, represents the latest plateau in Long Distance Poison's voyage ever-upward, utilizing theoretical physics and astronomy (somehow a perfect fit with LDP's music) to quite literally reach for the stars, or more specifically a planet or planets, whereupon the life granted by a red dwarf star is possible.
This special package includes clear vinyl, a dvd with Matthew Caron films for "Signal I" and "Signal II", and an HZ Signal Sync blue print!
Limited to 500 – hand numbered with invisible ink.
Nathan Cearley plays a Minimoog Model D, Roland JX-3P with a PG 200 controller, a DSI Mopho keyboard, and an Arp Omni 2.
Erica Bradbury plays a Roland Juno-60.
Casey Block plays a Micromoog.
Record produced by Brendon Anderegg and Nathan Cearley.
Recorded at Telescope Recording Brooklyn, New York
All songs Baby Ghost Music (ASCAP).
Mastered by Martin Feveyear.
Copyright 2012 by Fin Records
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