Following the triumph of Felbm‘s inaugural tape series, a sequel emerged with Tapes 3 and 4. Maintaining the same essence, it featured a plethora of field recordings and brief, sketch-like melodies. The album artwork’s unique touch again lies in its tête-bêche cover, eliminating the distinction between front and back.

Armed with various acoustic instruments, Dutch multi-instrumentalist Felbm embarked on an exploration with a Tascam 4-track tape recorder, allowing  musical sketches to unfold organically. This creative journey culminated in the creation of Tape 1 and Tape 2. Feeling that both tapes held equal significance, I came up with the idea to innovate the presentation by adopting a tête-bêche record sleeve. This unconventional choice resulted in having two front covers instead of the conventional front and back.