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Limited orange rust colored vinyl LP pressing. Kevin Hayes, Kirk Marrison and Clark Rehberg III began collaborating under the Kiln moniker in central Michigan in the early 1990s. The trio released it's self-titled debut EP on the Roomtone label in 1997, further developing their sound - via naturalist recording techniques and nascent digital workstation methods - across subsequent releases in the early 2000s. They make their long-awaited return to Ghostly with Astral Welder, a fizzing, electro-charged gallery of propulsion and abraded tone, offering eleven rotating constellations of force, groove and color that infuse the listener with a buoyant sense of now.
Limited orange rust colored vinyl LP pressing. Kevin Hayes, Kirk Marrison and Clark Rehberg III began collaborating under the Kiln moniker in central Michigan in the early 1990s. The trio released it's self-titled debut EP on the Roomtone label in 1997, further developing their sound - via naturalist recording techniques and nascent digital workstation methods - across subsequent releases in the early 2000s. They make their long-awaited return to Ghostly with Astral Welder, a fizzing, electro-charged gallery of propulsion and abraded tone, offering eleven rotating constellations of force, groove and color that infuse the listener with a buoyant sense of now.
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Astral Welder (Orange Rust Vinyl) [Colored Vinyl] (Org)
Artist: Kiln
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $25.98
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Limited orange rust colored vinyl LP pressing. Kevin Hayes, Kirk Marrison and Clark Rehberg III began collaborating under the Kiln moniker in central Michigan in the early 1990s. The trio released it's self-titled debut EP on the Roomtone label in 1997, further developing their sound - via naturalist recording techniques and nascent digital workstation methods - across subsequent releases in the early 2000s. They make their long-awaited return to Ghostly with Astral Welder, a fizzing, electro-charged gallery of propulsion and abraded tone, offering eleven rotating constellations of force, groove and color that infuse the listener with a buoyant sense of now.

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