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Reviews CD Reviews Experimental, IDM, Glitch Rob Byrd, Kris Thompson and Wisteriax- Easter Invocation


Artist: Rob Byrd, Kris Thompson, & Wisteriax
CD Title: Easter Invocation
Label: Lildiscs
Reviewer: Matthew Johnson
Date: 7/23/06

 

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Another limited edition three-inch offering from the Lildiscs series, this collaborative trio's offering consists of a single extended track. Starting off with industrial ambient noise and slow, hollow percussive sounds, "Easter Invocation" begins like Nurse With Wound by way of the Cold Meat Industry label. As scrapings give way to more esoteric guitar meanderings, however, the song loses a bit of its creepiness, though the presence of Kris Thompson's theremin does give things a bit of an autumnal atmosphere that's reminiscent more of Halloween than Easter. Like a number of the other releases in the Lildiscs collection, this is an excursion into ambient and drone that still hints at roots in experimental rock and psychedelia rather than industrial noise, and fans of weird instrumental music should enjoy both the sonic atmosphere and the ornate handmade packaging.

Visit the Lildiscs label at www.lildiscs.com for more information about this series.

 

 

 


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