Another tape with almost no information... just a blurry photo sewed to a J-card along with a piece of cloth bearing the artist's name, and a small rectangular piece of paper with the artist and title. Googling these words reveals this to be Heidi Diehl of Vanishing Voice, as well as Time Life, who I reviewed an excellent tape by recently.
The tape itself also has no information other than "A" and "B" scrawled onto each respective side. It starts out with the sort of analog new-age synth drone stuff that's pretty hip these days. But then it veers off into other territory, heading towards the second side of the Time Life tape I reviewed, where you can't tell what you're listening to, it just sounds ghostly and amazing. Side B has less synth and more strings, although the synths drone on in the background and briefly make their way towards the front towards the end.
As a whole, this tape isn't as otherworldly as the Time Life tape, but it's no less lovely. 8/10 -- Paul Simpson (2 September, 2009)