The duo of Bryan Day (Eloine, Shelf Life) and instrument builder Jay Kreimer in what they describe as "confrontational gamelan theatre", a form of amplified metal/object-based improvisation.
Label: Bug Incision Records
Catalog ID: bim-63
Squidco Product Code: 18176
Packaging: Cardstock foldover in plastic sleeve
Recorded at Toothblack House in Lincoln, NE in August 2012.
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"Provincial Stammer is the new album from the duo of Bryan Day (Eloine, Shelf Life) and Jay Kreimer. The former came to the attention of Bug Incision sometime in the last year or so, along with his excellent labels Public Eyesore and Eh? Records, and this is one of the many excellent things we've heard coming out of his world.
Kreimer is an instrument builder and sculptor whose work has been shown in galleries across the US and in China. The group describes themselves as "confrontational gamelan theatre", which is as good a description as any, because trying to discern or describe what's going can be a challenging proposition. Amplified metal/object-based improvisation might cover it, but that's still pretty vague. But, it seems that this vagueness is welcomed - and exciting even - and the music is all the better for it."-Bug Incision