Tonal Remnants

by Expo '70

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Outtakes from "Kinetic Tones" released on Oaken Palace records, 2015. These tracks were recorded straight to a Scully 8-track Reel-to-Reel. Session was testing out this recording unit after it was repaired and cleaned, Wright was asked to come use a session direct to tape. 4 tracks out of the session became "Kinetic Tones" and there were 7 additional tracks recorded, presented here as "Tonal Remnants".

Improvised recordings, shorter tracks can be heard as trial beginnings with loops and minimal layering, warming up leading into the longer layered and manipulated effects capturing what is usually performed in live settings. As with analog recording, sound is a bit denser/dark and natural pops and grumbles for sound hitting the tape can be heard at times.


released July 6, 2020

Recorded direct to analog tape by David Moore at Merriam Shoals Studio, 2015.
Mixed by Justin Wright and David Moore, 2018.
Mastered by Scott Colburn, 2020.
Justin Wright improvises electric guitar & Roland SH-3A synth (track 5)


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Expo '70 Kansas City, Missouri

Expo '70 is Justin Wright. He began producing this otherworldly music in 2003 while living in Los Angeles. Residing in Kansas City, Missouri now, Wright produces music that is sought after by people all over the world. Wright has toured extensively over the last several years. More recently Wright has added a drummer and bassist to the mix which has started release albums and touring. ... more

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