The one and only.
Joe Panzner/Greg Stuart Dystonia Duos
"Before you play two notes learn how to play one note - and don't play one note unless you've got a reason to play it." - Mark Hollis (1998)
I've heard of the name but never a note. Just finished listening (want more) and became a fan. Thanks!bryan wrote:
Wolf Eyes - No Answer:Lower Floors
streaming at Pfork..
..and it is sounding like the best thing since Burned Mind, though quite different. A well-edited take on the creepy space and ambience of their modern work. Really really liking it.
How's that?Wombatz wrote:In a blindfold test I think I'd have dated this to 1981.bryan wrote: Wolf Eyes - No Answer:Lower Floors
... A well-edited take on the creepy space and ambience of the most progressive ever work...
"their modern work" was like, within Wolf Eye's work, not "modern" in general. Doubtful that WE themselves considers what they do modern.
I've been fascinated by number stations since I visited "Spy Numbers" at Le Palais de Tokyo in Paris a few years ago.mudd wrote:that's one of the album packages from the conet project, i believe...
the new material i guess, if it is disc 5. there's a recent reissue i've been thinking of tracking down.
Sometimes i wonder if the messages really carried meaningfull informations or if they were just made to sound great... and utterly creepy
And here I was expecting another reference to Throbbing Gristle, haha. As far as Tuxedo Moon, I haven't listened to them and did so yesterday. Thanks for that, I dug it.Wombatz wrote:Dunno I hear eg Mark E Smith vocals over a Tuxmoon backing enough to not quite get the move. It sounds nice and I'm sure they're not emulating anyone specific but for me the music provokes more memories than surprise.
NP: Kevin Drumm - Crowded, again.