The Norwegian & Danish freejazz-noise-rock trio Yes Deer of Anders Vestergaard on drums, Karl Bjora on guitar and Signe Dahlgreen on sax, in their second album of high energy, cacophonous and brutally joyful (they say "enthusiastic despair") collective improvisation.
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1. Get your Glitter Jacket 5:34
2. Rice Crackers 4:40
3. Jumping on some Cans 4:18
4. Semi Soup 3:57
1. Frikirke 6:21
2. Side Cut 5:52
3. Rolling 4:00
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"Yes Deer makes music through physical and intellectual rituals. We are, as a band, engaged in the friction between intellect and libido, pre and post, and collectivism and individualism. The sound can be described as a massive cacophony of writhing textures, manic hammering and distorted screeching, or as the sound of enthusiastic despair.
We started the band in 2010 and since then we have been touring in Scandinavia and in Europe. Our first album, The Talk of Tennis was released on Gaffer Records on May 1st 2014, and now we have our second album, Get Your Glitter Jacket out as a joined release by Insula Music and Gaffer Records."-Yes Deer website
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"Anders Vestergaard is a drummer and Improviser. Born 1989 in Denmark and currently residing in Copenhagen. Working with drums, cymbals and other objects in both refined and precise ways and in brutal and stupid ways. Collaborators include: Karl Bjorå, Signe Dahlgreen, Danielle Dahl, Lars Bech Pilgaard, Henrik Nørstebø, Finn Loxbo, Jacob Anderskov, Adam Pultz Melbye, Ole Mofjell, Niklas Adam etc."-Abstract Tits (http://www.abstract-tits.com/andersvestergaard)
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