Released on Sonoris records. All tracks remastered by Giuseppe Ielasi. Housed in a 6 panel gatefold sleeve. Records will ship first week of February 2018. Tracks on the release are Side A The Forthright Fool The Loop A The Loop B Side B Old Connections Side C A Blind Spot Side D Social Interaction Reverse Osmosis Includes unlimited streaming of The Loop via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Compact disc version of The Inexplicable Hours 2xlp. Includes unlimited streaming of The Loop via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Kevin Drumm - The Loop. Prurient + Kevin Drumm - First Memory of Pain. heights of the children and their first memory of pain we study the mark of their bodies the twisting of tonuges we must confess that there are few works of art which would have rendered with equal sucess the livley movements of proud youths unaware along the path to the chamber of death.
Who knows what this loop is made from-a fuzzed-out metallic guitar, an actual organ, or, as the FedEx driver who heard it while I was at my old warehouse job described it, a broken air-conditioner. Ricardo Villalobos, Enfants (Chants). Here, Ricardo Villalobos does the impossible by making Christian Vander sound even sexier than usual. Smegma, In the Murder Room. Smegma melts wonderfully all over this vicious riffing loop from an incredible Pigs for Lepers album. Underground Resistance, Transition. This is the perfect track to get lost in. If you hear this played out in the right circumstances, there’s a possibility you may never come back.
Kevin Drumm is an experimental musician based in Chicago, United States. Emerging from the city's improvised music scene, in the 1990s he became one of the world's pre-eminent prepared guitar players. His early recordings contain mostly sparse, quiet sounds; recent works have been more loud and dense.
Complete your Kevin Drumm collection. I love Drumm and these are great pieces, but the pressing is quite depressing. And then again, if it s for listening to a CD, why would I keep such a huge and heavy package?