|Sun Of 81 / Sun Of 81|
|Album:||Sun Of 81||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Sun Of 81||Added:||06/2011|
|Label:||I Had An Accident|
|Add Date:||2011-07-24||Pull Date:||2011-09-25||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||18 Sep||4 Sep||14 Aug||7 Aug||31 Jul|
|1.||Mon, 26 Sep 11:||Adam|
Ghost Trees (cont..)
|4.||Mon, 29 Aug 11:||D Cannibal / awyeh|
|2.||Fri, 16 Sep 11:||awyeh|
|5.||Fri, 12 Aug 11:||awyeh|
|3.||Fri, 02 Sep 11:||awyeh|
|6.||Tue, 09 Aug 11:||awyeh|
Sun of 81 is a collaborative, experimental/ambient/drone/etc effort between Gilbert Avila of California and Stacy Stephens of Arizona. Composed to impart the feeling of riding dehydrated through the desert, I'm getting more of a wintertime rust belt looking up at the stars, can't drink the water because it's irradiated kind of thing.|
1. Side I (14:55) Suite of many shorter pieces, some great some decent. Unfocused; spaced out with looping, sparse organs, guitars, synths, electronic equipment sound effects. 4:06-6:33 is fucking great. Play this if you are a late night dj who wants to only put one thing on for 15 minutes but would like to sound like you are putting ~6 things on.
*2. Side II (14:35) Whole piece; I assume they play this kind of music at SETI all night. 30s movie radio equipment noises, messages from outer space, distorted but still cheesy floyd organs, semi-optimistic pbs science special closing credits music to close.