- Lenticular card cover
Not a great deal of information around for this tape from Amanda Butterworth’s Mücha project, but Misc. Works - out on Misc. Records, geddit? - is good enough to speak for itself. Most of the tracks here are beautiful, woozy pieces of electronic pop. The likes of ‘House Of Sand’ and ‘South Ends’ bring to mind a more streamlined version of Inga Copeland’s anti-pop music. There is also a strong influence from the ambient tape loops of artists like William Basinski and The Caretaker. ‘A View From Above’, for instance, is a delightful wordless piece, and elsewhere Mücha often lets these loops build for several minutes before introducing her vocals.