Anyway, this is one of those.
Released in a meagre edition of 65 copies (40 copies on 5" CDrs, 25 copies on two 3" CDrs) in June/July of 2007 and easily gone by the end of the year, it has (so far) only been followed up by a 7" on L'Animaux Tryst's Tryst Haunt Series - apparently there are demos for a new album, so one to look out for this year? Either way, count me in for a copy, Matt.
"in which the ghosts in your attic, after leafing through your boxes of can and nnck albums, decide to pick up your broken instruments and make their own music. songs overflow with more sonic ingredients than the recorded medium can hold; guitar overdrive spilling all over banjo riffs, exponential layers of wordless vocals smothering the pristine marxophone, and rumbling percussion dousing the fattest basslines. all is permeated by a warm layer of cathedral reverb and cavern echo, pointing out the space in even the most dense and cluttered compositions. 11 tracks, 40 minutes, and over a year in the making."
Lightning Strike Lightning - Turn Myself Into the Ocean
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