Long Wires in Dark Museums, Vol. 2

Infobox Album
Name = Long Wires in Dark Museums, Vol. 2
Type = Album
Artist = Alastair Galbraith
Released = April 11, 2006
Recorded =
Genre = Experimental Music Noise music Avantgarde Lo-Fi
Length = 39:55
Label = Table of the Elements
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Radiant (album)" (2003)
This album = "Long Wires in Dark Museums, Vol. 2" (2006)
Next album =

Long Wires in Dark Museums, Vol.2 is the second part of a project by Alastair Galbraith and Matt De Genaro. In the project, wires are affixed throughout a building, and consequently pulled and stroked with many different mediums. During this procedure, all the lights in the building are off.

Track listing

*1. Archenar – 19:49
*2. Matariki – 5:21
*3. Orion – 14:45


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