Carpark is repressing the first So Takahashi 12″! We are keeping the attractive record sleeve and the 31 locked grooves, but So presents a new ambient track for the a-side.
The new a-side is quite different from the old one. While still retaining the ambient feel of the original track, So has introduced percussion elements into this composition. More shaken and stirred than bleepy and sparky, this track could be dubbed music for fleeting moments (e.g. first love, car crashes, et.al.) if one could elongate the process of a cork coming off a champane bottle to 18 minutes, this would be the musical accompaniment.
The b-side contains 31 locked grooves. The grooves range from dance beat-oriented locks to blasts of noise. Have fun all day hopping back and forth from one locked groove to another! Sure to appeal as much to the professional DJ as to the traditional trainspotter, So’s locked grooves showcase his clever knack for subtlety and humor in music.