hello, the first review of my upcoming cdep is up at attn:magazine and can be viewed here. at some point if i accumulate a handful, i’ll put up a link to an archive of all the reviews for this release. thank you for listening 🙂
on january 31st the wonderful fluf based in copenhagen, dk will release a collection of 62 micro-songs of flocking explorations from the 2018 tour with my pal josh mason. this will be a cdep and naturally available for download as well. here’s what tuuun had to say on the bandcamp page:
FLUF 30 is Flocking KF Variations by shedding, a tightly-focused collection of 62 micro tracks that relax and contract in unpredictable yet familiar ways. Taken from live recordings of a North American tour, these vital sounds are full of high frequency energy that jumps from the speakers and nestles deep in your cochleas. In a good way.
Flocking KF Variations is released on CD and digitally. Whatever your playback medium, we strongly suggest these tracks be shuffled, allowing them to Flock as nature intended.
good morning, last night i was searching through old folders trying to find one of my favorite pictures from a sxsw performance many years ago (2006? 2007?). no luck on that, but stumbled on the html from old site designs with old reviews. so, i posted them in the info page for long term storage, but here they are below if you’re interested:
hello, the leo weekly, a local newspaper, put together a playlist of halloween songs and i guess since a song of mine called has ‘bones’ in the title, it made the cut. ‘local bones’ is from a cd release that west main development put out a few years ago. read the article here: beasts, blood and bones: 8 haunted local songs.
The most chilling track, “Local Bones” feels like the moment in the nightmare when escape is not an option. A modular synthesizer spins a web of vibrations entangling the listener. The sound waves shift from low to high frequencies with a garble of notes that rattle inside your skull and cause disorientation. Imagine a blinking fluorescent light bulb in a strange hospital ward and the feeling of creep is complete.julie gross