Dave’s been fasting, and I’m pre-occupied with an exhibition I’ve got coming up in a few weeks so we’re not our usual chirpy selves on this episode. Nonetheless, you should definitely listen to us waffle on about a gorgeous drone record from Norman Westberg, an uplifting electro-acoustic release from Australia’s very own Andrew Tuttle, and a stunningly weird tape from Missing Organs.
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David likes Mats Gustafsson’s Piano Mating because it doesn’t feature him “spazzing out on a saxophone”. Ha! Meanwhile Ingmar isn’t so sure about the new Russell Haswell record, but we both totally dig Carter Tutti Void’s latest freakfest.
We had a good run with these three records. The Mike Shiflet & High Aura’d collaboration is a stunner, Phirnis/Katarrhaktes prove noise has some life in it yet, and Oren Ambarchi kicks butt on his Live Knots record.
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On episode 25 we talk about a recent drone work from the mighty Kevin Drumm, as well as an amazing record from act known as Glottastop. Last but not least we gush over a new tape of seriously blackened but beautiful drone/noise from Mike Shiflet.
Hey hey hey, we’re back. This time around we check out Slomo’s self released doom n’ drone album The Grain. We also take a listen to Nathan Bowles (Pelt) and Scott Verrastro’s percussive collaboration called Polar Satellites. Last but not least we both gush over an atmospheric and un-hyped record by a group called Kwaidan featuring members of Locrian and Zelienople.