Famila 12" vinyl

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New recording “Familia”
After Music Recordings-issuing vinyl pressings of 300 12” with screened
covers by Josh Mead
Pressing of 300
Mood Vertigo Recordings-will release to i-tunes the digital version
Both releases are different edits
Recording taking place in St, Paul and Milwaukee
Considered to be one of America’s premier noise bands; Boy Dirt Car
returns with the classic line up: Darren Brown, Dave Szolwinski,
Dan Kubinski, Keith Brammer, Steve Whalen , Jeff Hamilton .
Joined by guests: Rico McCoulm, Mike Sawyer
Josh Mead and Jarrod Olman
Familia is a sermon or call it soundtrack to a beautiful yet
distrurbed mantra with a possible insight to breakdown. Enter
found sounds combined with interludes of thrashed out bass,
distorto guitars, and manipulations alongside vocal musiings and or
tantrums. The almost choral-like vocals musings inserted within and
around readings toward enlightenment or demented pictorials,,,make
it what you will.
So advisedly take in this noise recording (especially on head phones)
as we are unsure they will EVER be seen live again .

number 745
week 35

BOY DIRT CAR - FAMILIA (LP by Aftermusic Records)
After Music Records announce Boy Dirt Car to be one of 'America's
premier noise bands', from the 80s, which is of course media talk,
and after a long disappearance they already did a comeback CD
'Spoken Answer To A Silent Question' (see Vital Weekly 605) and
now come back, again, with a LP with the classic line up, albeit still
without Eric Lunde. But Darren Brown is still there, along with
compadre's as Dave Szolwinski, Dan Kubinski, Keith Brammer,
Steve Whalen and Jeff Hamilton plus a couple of guests. We have
here a record that is more noise based than their previous CD,
using lots of guitar, bass and metal percussion and a crazy set up of
cut up vocals and voices. Much more unsettling than the rock
drones offered on 'Spoken Answer To A Silent Question', with a
large role played by the vocals of Darren Brown (we remember his
industrial music poetry project Impact Test very well). No careful
constructed ambient industrial patterns this time but two sides of
mayhem. Hardly composed
as such, but instead it seems thrown on the magnetic tape, splicing
unrelated parts together. While the cover lists individual tracks, the
whole thing comes across as a long track, for some convenience (?)
sake given a bunch of titles. The mayhem doesn't constitute of just
pure noise, or pure feedback, but, on the other hand its a great
collage of sound snippets, instrument abuse and electro-acoustic
rumble taking to an extreme. Excellent noise stuff. Two different
approaches - the previous CD and this LP - but both with a great
quality. (FdW)
Address: http://www.aftermusicrecordings.com