|Djll, Tom / Smudge|
|Label:||Soul on Rice Productions|
|Add Date:||2009-02-08||Pull Date:||2009-04-12||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||8 Mar||1 Mar||15 Feb|
|1.||Mar 07, 2009:||On The Warpath |
|4.||Feb 28, 2009:||Lost and Found |
|2.||Mar 07, 2009:||Scatterbrain Radio |
|5.||Feb 14, 2009:||Music Casserole |
|3.||Mar 04, 2009:||The Heart of KZSU |
|6.||Feb 13, 2009:||Memory Select |
Electronics experiments, some created with trumpet as the sound source. Lots of metallic sci-fi kinds of sounds; fields of ominous pulsing; nervous high-pitched doodling. Occasional long stretches of near-silence. To relate it to painting: This isn't Jackson Pollock; it's more like a few Mark Rothkos overlaid irregularly. Smoothed sheets of sound create big, solid spaces. Cool experimental stuff from a cool local guy.|
1- High shimmer, like a cicada army. Gradually descends into quiet, nearly silent spaces
2- Brusque rubber-band sounds from trumpet. Some harsh blowing sounds. Collage of louder noises near the end.
3- Grand, fuzzy blasts: Trumpet altered into a buzzy fanfare. Then some metallic noodling. Ends big and loud.
4- A noisy, bumpy ride at first. Calms down for some recognizable trumpet against a variety of tones. Ragged, abrasive ending.
5- A 15-minute suite of different sounds. A raspy, slow burn. Abrupt cut to a deep metallic pulse, then sparse stretches of modified trumpet groans. Second half gets pretty quiet. Calm ending.
6- Very, very quiet: Small whines and groans.
7- Shimmering drone with some slow doom chimes. After about four minutes, harsher, high tones suddenly take over, like a flying saucer taking off. Then more slow mystery electronics: A big palette, blobular, pulsing.