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Label: Splitrec

Format: CD

Genre: Experimental

In stock


Tip! *2022 stock* 180º is a new group formed in August 2018 - Nick Ashwood acoustic guitar, Jim Denley bass flute, and Amanda Stewart voice and text. Amanda and Jim first met in the late 1980s, founding Machine for Making Sense in 1989, as well as performing numerous duos over the years — a long and fruitful association. They’ve always been interested in what their music instinct can learn from language and vice versa.

Nick is from the southern tip of Tasmania. Jim and Nick have been developing a strong association together the last 3 years, despite the distance from Hobart to Sydney, mainly listening, playing and recording in outdoor spaces. 180º has been working on a set of studio recordings, that have become this release, Submental. The word refers to anatomy beneath the chin, mentum - Latin for chin. There are a number of triangular spaces and muscles in the human neck.

Cat. number: split 29CD
Year: 2019
Recorded at Tempe Jets 27th and 28th September 2018