September 04, 2011

Notice #16 & #19 - Evan Lindorff-Ellery & Tiny Music

Two new tapes for the late Summer

Prices are 6.5$ North America / 9.5$ World
Sale : Both for 11$ North America / 16$ World
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#1 : ( Notice #16 ) Evan Lindorff-Ellery : " The Tea Merchant and His Atmospheres " (C90)

Notice’s own resident artist returns with his second solo tape. The Tea Merchant and His Atmospheres is a fully realized and personal work of minimal, expressionist sound art that incorporates elements from the artist’s life, including field recordings from his home and travels as well as layers of at-home processing, including the use of radio static, room tone, and cassettes that he’s developed as half of Dense Reduction. Minimal yet highly textured sound environments run up against each other loftily like waves against foreign shores. As the pieces deepen over the course of each side, Lindorff-Ellery unfolds the mysterious connections that make up a sense of home and a sense of self. Non-narrative, nonrepresentational, closely observed and resolutely analog. Through the use of these elements, Lindorff-Ellery is mapping his life and environments. - Artwork by E. Lindorff-Ellery. Pro-printed on heavy stock. - An edition of 100. - Pro-dubbed, imprinted cassettes with classic Notice attire.

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#2 : ( Notice #19 ) Tiny Music : " Epitaph " (C32)

Originally based in Chicago, Tiny Music developed a uniquely organic performance style, laying out an instrumental smorgasbord on the floor and performing acoustically—an intimate throwback that put the listener in direct contact with the band. In recorded form,Epitaph reveals even more of Tiny Music’s sense of structure and dynamics that makes their music so fascinating. The two sidelong pieces flow, as through a house or a silent film, from one musical doorway to the next—sometimes foreboding, sometimes flowering into complex or even composed musicality, but always dense and colorful. Side A meanders from its appealing din into a low drone, and Side B weaves abstract melodies through a hectic sound marketplace, with winding, squeaking, and even laughter dotting the mix, interspersed between plaintive, dark motifs. Tiny Music’s homey clatter on Epitaph uniquely mixes group improvisation, folk tradition, and pure exploration. -Artwork by E. Lindorff-Ellery. Pro-printed on heavy stock. - An edition of 100. - Pro-dubbed, imprinted cassettes with classic Notice attire.

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Copies of the following tapes are available :

NTR007 - Dense Reduction, Shadows of Shipwrecks in Napkins on Shore (few) NTR011 – Yellow Crystal Star, Pathway To Celestial Towers (few) NTR014 - Godseye, No More Cake Here (few) NTR015 - Organ of Species, Random Selection NTR017 - Nathan McLaughlin, Echolocation #5

If you’re interested in any of these, let us know. Deals may be had.

Items of Interest :
- Dense Reduction duo Travis Bird and Evan Lindorff-Ellery will be performing soundtrack accompaniment to Jaap Pieters' films during the month of October. This will start in New York City, briefly travelling to a barn in Vermont, and then back South through Pennsylvania, Ohio and finishing in Chicago. DR will also be embarking on a tour throughout parts of the Southern and Western United States during the month of January.
- Forthcoming releases by Ben Owen, Sound Collision Alliance, Josh Burke, Illusion of Safety, John Cage's "One3", Derek Ho's string quartets, Anne Guthrie, Jez Riley French and many more.
- We have been featured in a series about tape labels based in Chicago by The Onion's online AV Club. This video interview can be seen here :,54973/ The interview occurred last Spring.
- Notice Recordings co-owner and sound and visual artist Evan Lindorff-Ellery currently has his drawings featured in Jez Riley French's online art zine. They may be viewed here :
- Our website is currently still in the works. Nathan McLaughlin has been an invaluable guide during this venture into unknown territory, which is website coding.

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