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Alan Courtis, Aaron Moore

Brokebox juke

Label: NO-FI

Format: Vinyl LP

Genre: Experimental

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Aaron Moore is best known as part of Volcano The Bear, described by The Wire as producing some of the finest, wildest British music of the last 10 years on record and on stage', and revered for their peerless releases on labels such as Beta-Lactam Ring and Nurse With Wound's United Dairies. He's also one third of Amolvacy (along with Dave Nuss of No Neck Blues Band), and the Paris-based Textile Orchestra. Alan Courtis was of course an integral part of the infamous Reynols, and has been involved in countless collaborations with names such as Pauline Oliveros, Kawabata Makoto, Campbell Kneale, Lasse Marhaug, Dylan Nyoukis and, of course, our own Culver. The luscious, mountainous results of their production-by-correspondence will be furnished for you in fittingly expansive gatefold vinyl, and you can expect their live performances to be just as elaborate and all-consuming. You'd never guess that the album was recorded by correspondence, as the sound of a full multi-faceted band in a warm room rises from the vinyl. Alan and Aaron throw down delicious rhythmic textures, mariachi-tinged improv, brooding desert psych and more. In beautiful gatefold sleeve with photos by Moore.
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Cat. number: neu 014
Year: 2009