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PROM QUEEN: An a cappella remix of Lil Wayne’s single. Though totally unoriginal, the vox stripped naked of the warm sheets of cheesy guitar riffs that vainly hid its over-processed-to-the-point-of-being-mutilated body has a more powerful delivery. Plastic melts and when it does—like all pop music—it drips with disingenuous sorrow.
PLUCKITSANDGYUT: Recorded more than a year ago, Roo fiddles around with a broken amp that coughs fuzz and feedback between respirating silences that 12 Volt’s of power can offer, chasing that green light into tomorrow’s yesterday.
Above are a series of songs including cuts and splices from R.E.M.'s 1994 album Monster...and some bluegrass...and some droning...and some marimba solo, too, if I remember correctly. R.E.M. should sound like a dream shouldn't it? Even if it's an off-kilter zombie nightmare and you've got an off-kilter machine gun...
Governed by an imp of the perverse, when Walser met Lenin in Zurich, during the war, all he had to say was 'So you, too, like fruitcake?' This made little sense to either of them, since he said it in English.
A long way goes a little, & a little doesn’t take shortcuts like you might expect. The last 30 seconds from Lorelei ‘s monster epic song “pillar” provide the comic relief here. The rest is a blur for me -an intoxicated landscape filled with the lizards of Jesus crawling around the feet of the Count & his orchestra, smiling in the slapstick desert. Sometimes the 3rd turntable in the station buzzes so fiercely. It makes trumpets sound like widowed orphans falling down stairs.
October 7th, 2009. Tantrum Dissection is a series of loops and scratched vinyl with villainy... from Caesar Anti-Christ, 10/07/09 [...try playing all three of these at the same time...] Mixed by Margaret Inglosolunbe and Roo Gatsby.
Recorded live at WHPK in February 2008, this recording is an improvised performance with Roo Gatsby singing and playing ukulele, Patrick McWilliams playing the music box, Margaret Inglosolunbe as the DJ spinning Berlin's Sudden Infant in the background..