|Sissy Spacek / Sepsis|
|Label:||Second Layer Records|
|Add Date:||2011-07-31||Pull Date:||2011-10-02||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||2 Oct||18 Sep||4 Sep||28 Aug||14 Aug||7 Aug|
|1.||Sep 28, 2011:||Ghost Trees |
|4.||Sep 15, 2011:||Prime Time Radio |
|2.||Sep 26, 2011:||Ghost Trees (cont..) |
|5.||Aug 31, 2011:||Halfway Classical |
|3.||Sep 16, 2011:||Not Quite Primetime |
|6.||Aug 28, 2011:||lost and found |
Sissy Spacek is an outstanding "Concrete / Electroacoustic / Grindcore" band out of Los Angeles, and exactly what you should be playing on late night radio (ideal for 3-6 but 12-3 will do). Static, distortion, metal grinding against metal, electronic sound effects, drums banging without any sort of rhythm, crackling, crunching, post-apocalyptic, fantastic.|
*1 (15:30) Refrigerators and animatronic toys becoming self aware, satellite transmissions to no one in particular. Loud, horrible insect noises, car crashes, switches from left speaker to right speaker.
2 (4:22) Quieter piece, something sinister is being plotted here by human villains in an inhuman world
*3 (14:04) Loud loud loud air conditioning vents invaded by robotic preying mantises. $20 mid-90s CD/tape/AM/FM boomboxes with broken radio antennas working hard to produce some kind of sound. Big patches of silence throughout.
4 (2:45) Electronic fiddling, loud outer space transmissions
5 (9:26) Aliens arriving but no humans left
6 (4:04) Conclusion to the apocalypse; aliens leave. Way loud near the end.