Richard Tripps :: Between The Morning

Like the coziness of nostalgia, the 4-track tape recorder is immediately evident during the guitar jangle that opens "Blue Eyed Open Sky". Recorded in a tent cabin on a river in the musician's hometown of Big Sur, California, the lo-fi aesthetic of Richard Tripps sophomore album was a deliberate choice, inspired by the analogue charm of tape, where the musician's formative demos crossed paths with key influences like the VU and fellow Big Sur psych-folk outfit The Range of Light Wilderness . . .

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