|Artist:||Keiji, Haino And Yoshida Tatsuya||Added:||May 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-08-27||Pull Date:||2006-10-29|
|Week Ending:||Oct 29||Oct 22||Oct 15||Oct 8||Oct 1||Sep 3|
|1.||Jan 12, 2007:||Jena & Gomorrah: White Plaza Edition
Lower East Side
|4.||Oct 26, 2006:||Cognitive Overload
|2.||Dec 07, 2006:||Cognitive Overload (album week)
|5.||Oct 19, 2006:||Cognitive Overload
|3.||Oct 27, 2006:||Memory Select: guest Myra Melford
|6.||Oct 12, 2006:||Cognitive Overload
Lower East Side
(((1))) Very disjointed, lots of tempo and structure changes.
((2)) Loose with insane squeaking/yelling. File under: “too fuckin weird to make any sense”
((((3))))) Jazzy, slinky, but not fitting neatly into one rythmn, pace or pattern.
((((3)))) Random tweaking of guitar effects, rolling blasts of drums &
evil, black metalish wails from Yoshida. Awesome!
((((4)))) Wild, demented, pieces and parts that connected then disconnect yet all are on the same track.
(((5))) Minimal jazzy, noodling and evil whispering/incantations in some unknown language (doesn’t sound Japanese more like evil black metal bats from hell).
((((6)))) More unbalanced, free-jazz, apeshittery. The equivalent of putting a positve and negative magnet side by side.
(((7))) Very heavy on the drums and for that alone it’s worth hearing the duo’s crazy time signatures.
(((8))) Minimal, sporatic, plucking of notes and pitter-patters of drums.
(((9))) Semi-aggressive, tech-improv, everything that might sound simple is actually much more complex.
|1.||Houston Street||5.||West 48th Street|
|2.||West Broadway||6.||Avenue D|
|3.||Tompkins Square||7.||East Village|
|4.||Lower East Side||8.||Chinatown|