A split release by Germany`s Kratz and Fuchs & Beckett.
On one side, Kratz busts out serene ambient guitar scapes which were then, for the other side, recorded to reel to reel tape, spliced, manually looped and gently processed by Fuchs & Beckett.
All source material originates from the Kratz side of the tape, except the final few minutes of F&B`s side, which features a field recording from the Ermisch Archive.
The release takes it`s name from Kratz`s wife commenting on his music making as tinkling around.
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