American noise from 910 Noise Collective artists August Traeger and Ryan Lewis, a mix of harsh and atmospheric sound in an EP of wild, untamed and surprising sound work.
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Label: ACK Recordings
Catalog ID: 910-008
Squidco Product Code: 14377
Format: 3" CD
Packaging: 3-inch cdr with full-color art in a plastic case
Recorded in Wilmington, NC.
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August Traeger is a sound & video artist from the USA. He runs the Bicephalic Records label, and is known for his websites somnaphon.net, bicephalic.net. He performs under the aliases Odd Person, Phlimm, Somnaphon, and has been a member of the groups Flower Mountain, Food World, Nipple Stools, Pony Gropers.-Squidco 12/12/2018
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1. Uncle Richard
2. Doll Sheets
sample the album:
"'Uncle Richard' sets the tone of the album: shredded synth tones flowing through ring-modulated octaves around drones, outbursts, bit reducers and decimators. 'Doll Sheets' has an atmospheric droning backdrop against all sorts of kitchen-sink ephemera and improvised vocal snippets. "Broadway" is again a stepping-through of harsh synth tonal aspects and distortion. Probably the strongest track here with a real sense of movement.
Food World are emphasizing some of the more outrageous aspects of their work and, as a collaborative duo, it makes for an interesting sense of persona. I don't think their point is to "compose" in the specific sense, there's really more of a sense of irreverence towards those types of convention. But, to me, there are no prerequisites for great noise music, it can be improvised, or clinically composed. The chaotic has just as much interest for me as the reigned-in. It should be very interesting to see where this group goes with the vast array of sounds at their disposal."-Heathen Harvest
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