Responding to several requests I have dug up an old copy of this 2005 Deerhunter CD-R. It features only me and Moses and is very experimental in nature. This was during our "tape phase" when we would often play shows as a duo (or as a trio with colin) playing only tape machines and vocal loops.
Tracklist: 1. Bright and Early (8:30) 2. Cicadas (3:56) 3. Rotation (8:03) 4. But I'm A Boy (6:54) 5. Three Dolphins Melting into Orange Wax (4:20) 6. Snow Dogs (2:12) 7. Dogs are Cool (3:41) 8. Homorobotic (3:54) 9. Cordless (2:05) 10. When I Taste Blood (2:53)
Recorded live to 2-track cassette machine at Moses' old house on North Ave & Ponce "Mastered" at the Old Notown building on my dad's ancient PC using Soundforge, Scans of all orignal artwork from the Notown Xerox Machine included.
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"Tonight (Fri., Dec. 11) Respite From the Cold II billows over Eyedrum with an evening of warm ambient drones, atmospheric dirges, head-cleaning noise and various other guises of minimal aural pleasantries. There will be plenty of warm beverages on-hand to enhance the listening experience as well." - Chad Radford
The Lineup includes: Lotus Plaza - drones, tapes, and general awesomeness Magic Apron - quiet guitar meditations with resonant filters and soft vocal attachments..so pretty Brainworlds - guitar drones deep and wide, mind-bogglingly nice Nomen Novum - field recordings, samples, and bleepy blippy synth terrificness Marvelous – members of 1000 holy shards and Lid Emba with David Kirby drone with synths and percussion manipulations
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(...apparently this meant "A Charlie Brown Christmas soundtrack on repeat. - Bradford)
I went to the Eyedrum with the intention of making a recording of Lockett's show but was so impressed by all the performers that night i decided to record them all. Highly recommended dispatches from Atlanta's apparently burgeoning new wave of drone acts. (Note - Unfortunately there was a technical problem with my recording of Nomen Novum's set. It was my first attempt at using a new device and i fucked up. Great set though.)
1. Privacy - Love Don't Love Long 2. Dion DiMucci - Drip Drop 3. Ulf Lohman - Untitled 7 (Because Before) 4. Pere Ubu - Horses 5. Chet Parker - Devil's Dream; Medley #1 6. Kurt Vile - Can't Come 7. Richard Hell - I'm Your Man 8. Lô Borges/Milton Nascimento - Ao Que Vai Nascer 9. Mayo Thompson - Black Legs 10. Docteur Nico - Suavilo 11. Hans Joachim Roedelius - In Liebe Dein 12. The Fall - Frenz 13. György Ligeti - Continuum (adapted for two player pianos) 14. Michael Hurley - Lonesome Graveyard