Photography & Artwork by Mark Rietveld.
Edition of 25 ex.
Date of Release: 14 July 2018 / SOLD
For over 10 years, Bart De Paepe has sated the appetites of psychedelic searchers with his label Sloow Tapes. A peerless curator, De Paepe has unleashed crucial underground transmissions ranging from paint-peeling Japanese rock over bedroom poetry readings to laid-back cosmic Euro-prog in microscopic editions.
‘Verdronken Land’ was partly inspired by the drowned land of Saefthinge, the mythology of the elusive goddess Nehalennia, local history and nightly travels through the empty surroundings of the polder region. It’s lysergic texture channels early Tangerine Dream, K(C)luster, Taj Mahal Travellers and other space explorers into nebulous clouds leaving behind vague smoke patterns and faded shadows.
Mark Rietveld is a Dutch photographer (Bergen Op Zoom (NL) august 1969) currently residing in Antwerp, Belgium. His interests lie in the field of street photography, portraits, events and the subcultural life in Antwerp. His work has been published in international newspapers, magazines and on several vinyl / CD publications.
|A1 Geesten van Spinola||
|A2 Rost Zand||
|B1 Trillende Zon van Ether||
|B2 Zwarte Ruiter||
|B3 Buizerd over de Koningsdijk||
|B4 De Leegte||
All Music by Bart De Paepe
|Bart De Paepe ~ Verdronken Land
Analogue photography by Mark Rietveld, printed on baryte paper. Hand stamped info sheet on lokta paper.