Upon entering the invisibly walled tower, metallic-cylindrical spires spiral infinitely upward. Following further inside, one’s gaze becomes dilated, leaving peripheral images smeared in erratic motion. At its base, the tower’s support is evolving, as you would perceive grapes in purple juice. And someone is snapping or tapping, trying to stabilize the foundation’s, but do they? Directions for improvement are echoing throughout the tower in an almost accidentally delayed vocal harmony. More voices perpetuate messages, but nothing understandable emerges. Vibrations swelter, base-beating halts, and the invisible walls “Melt” into everything unseen. I don’t know. Maybe.
Kublai Khan adds, “Why do you speak to me of the base? It is the voice that matters to me.”
Marco Polo answers, “Without base there is no voice.”
BIG LOVE RECORDS states, “[Pre-order] BIGLOVE031 Sapphire Slows Melt 7-inch.”
Britt Brown is all like, “I’m also obsessed with this Sapphire Slows girl we’re doing a debut 12-inch by [November 8th]. She’s amazing.”