© 2019 by Twenty One Eighty Two Recording Company.

2182 kHz was used as the distress frequency on shortwave radio.  The Recording Company was certainly borne out of this spirit, but not everything you hear or see will be distressing.
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"This is a very unusual album, varying from complex to simple musics - an easy album to listen to, but more demanding to analyse. 
It opens with the epic amorphous track "Varikara", a l5'45" long piece of non-beat, non-shape music, a drifting, shimmering, chiming, humming cauldron of sounds, mostly with an Eastern feel, given voice by it's sustained sitar sound, humming didgeridoo soundalike which fades in & long-decaying gongs, among a myriad other sounds. How can something of this length be analysed in a handful of words - not easily. For Instance, it seems random, yet somehow there's a leaning towards form, a gelling of sounds to form shapes, borderline fractal images ripped into fragments then reassembled. "When The Lion Licks The Sun" opens once more on a sort of Ethnic shimmer before settling into a medium-paced drum rhythm with electronic enhancements - something akin to the white side of MUSLIMGAUZE's black. "Run, Run, Run, Blue Room" begins with some-one whistling over ambient sound before settling into a 'normal' Ethnic drum rhythm with strange squeeky noises & a great deep drum punctuation appearing at a set point. It tries (I feel) to be darker than it actually is, although it manages to maintain a strong sense of the senseless. "Petals" has a non-beat voice & koto-type beginning, giving it a trad Japanese flavour - a rather beautiful shapeless thing with the more Western, earthier voice. " discog review

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