Monday, December 7, 2015
Friday, November 20, 2015
Now that 2015 is almost out, I have finally entered the murky world of recording on computer…here are the first experiments all performed/recorded/etc. in mid-November, 2015. More in a series of minimal/improv/noise/drone/experiments ideally played as background noise…enjoy?
As always, free downloads on Bandcamp:
Friday, July 31, 2015
Monday, July 6, 2015
From Forward Fast:
"A (technically) international compilation of underground heavy hitters. Each song is exclusive to this compilation and otherwise unreleased. Tracks from: Ivan the Tolerable, The Retrouched Ecce Homo Band, Honey Radar, The Cats, Final Boss, David Kenneth Nance, Darlingchemicalia, Peter the Pianoeater, Kaleidoscope Death, Huh, and a recently unearthed collaboration between Northern Liberties and Towers. Pro dubbed tapes. Limited quantities. Cover artwork by Gregory Labold. Corporate rock still sucks."
I've got a handful of copies: $5 plus shipping (click bandcamp link below to order).
or order direct from the label: forwardfast.bigcartel.com/product/dead…ion-cassette
It's a nice variety of DIY/ homemade goodness…punk to pop to experimental, post-punk, etc. Non-professional in all the right ways!
Friday, March 6, 2015
This one was started as Kaleidoscope Death's last album as a resident of Greensboro, NC. Then that was edited down and seemed to short (now side 1), and after about 25 different plans it turned into a 3-way split of one person's various solo projects, the rest (side 2) being recorded after moving to Baltimore, MD, with the final track list being finalized only days before release.
Kaleidoscope Death was without drums, let alone a place to record them, so turned to drum machines for it's sloppily tense post-punk (though the last two KD songs on side 2 use real drums), also experimenting with better recording technique and longer song length (some over 3 minutes!). Digital Dingoes continues it's electro-"pop" trajectory into more solid song structure and away from the intentional crappiness of the earliest releases. Periscope Breath makes one appearance of detuned, bowed string instrument chaos.