Weak Left Input” LP (GGGR-070, September 2014): Two improvised and unedited pieces focusing on meandering / overlapping electronics, guitar and tape noise. Over an hour of material ranging from regurgitated drone to shimmering ambiance recorded directly to tape.
Originally a cassette in 2009, “Weak Left Input” was intended to be part of an on-going series of one-off cassettes. It was instead released in a series of 50 tapes, a second time in 2011 and then as a CD in 2014. The LP version is to be released in September 2014 by Gilgongo Records.
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