Arrived today from darkest Yeovil, ONEIRIC HARDWARE:
…a CD of manipulated field-recordings sourced entirely from server-arrays, hard-drives and PC peripherals from Belo Horizonte, Brasil and Yeovil, Somerset. The resulting pieces are a curious fusion of the mechanistic and the organic: a series of REM-sleep sirensongs built from whirring servos, damaged cpus and haunted read-write heads. Ghost-Industrial Music.
Three quid if you’re in the UK, four quid if you’re not. All through the good offices of kek-w at this link here. I’m all set for the night: I have a bottle of whisky, six cans of Red Bull for between shots, a thing to write, and this to listen to. Cheers.