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Grandaddy - Sophtware Slump.....On A Wooden Piano
Sophtware Slump.....On A Wooden Piano
2LP | 2021 | US | Original (Dangerbird)
20,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder available from 19.02.2021
Modesto, CA’s influential indie-rock group Grandaddy celebrates the 20th-anniversary of their classic second LP, 2000’s The Sophtware Slump with a brand-new solo piano recording of the album by principal songwriter Jason Lytle. The candid arrangements reveal new layers of meaning embedded in The Sophtware Slump’s melancholy and touching vision of the future. With a meticulous yet scruffy sound that continues to draw comparisons to a post-millennial OK Computer - and which Pitchfork called a “sad, quaint, low-key Y2K-era classic” - The Sophtware Slump, now heard as a solo piano album, is a chance to let the songwriting shine. This is not a record made up of demos or rough sketches; it is a shadow sibling to a record that inspired a generation in the earliest days of the 21st century.
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Arthur King - Changing Landscapes (Wauters Farm)
Arthur King
Changing Landscapes (Wauters Farm)
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Dangerbird)
17,59 €* 21,99 € -20%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Arthur King is a Los Angeles based experimental music and art collective comprised of
musicians, visual artists, and filmmakers. Changing Landscapes (Wauters Farm) is an Arthur
King album created by three musicians: Peter Walker, Aaron Espinoza, and David Ralicke.
Performed and recorded live outdoors on a farm in rural Iowa at night, Changing
Landscapes (Wauters Farm) touches on a wide spectrum of sounds and styles. A heavy
emphasis on processed field recordings taken from this same farm establishes a textural
backdrop for the musicians to expand upon and play off of with a wide variety of both
electronic and acoustic instruments.
Opening track “Swift” begins with the rustling of corn stalks and various metallic scrapes.
Momentum builds as a relentless dub-like drum machine pattern and wildly resonating
synth bass kick in, ultimately culminating in an industrial stomp carried by squalls of guitar
feedback. The following piece “Lightning Bugs” heads into more subdued territory as swells
of droning synths and a languid looping percussive phrase provide a bed for the warm,
welcoming bellow of contra-alto clarinet that provides the focal point of the song. The rest
of the album oscillates between these moments of intensity and calm, concluding with the
gentle stillness of album closer “75th St (E58).”
Arthur King cultivate sonic landscapes on Wauters Farm that recall the cavernous grooves
of Lee Perry, the dense electronic chaos of Throbbing Gristle, and at times the
wandering, dream-like atmospheres of Jon Hassell and Cluster. At the heart of the album is
an inquiring quality expressed through Walker, Espinoza, and Ralicke’s musical reactions to
the contrast between nature and technology present in this pastoral environment.
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