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The first and last songs on the Cyrillic Typewriter's second album, the work of Jason Zumpano with friends like Dan Bejar, Loscil, and especially Nathaniel Senff, whose bari sax cuts like a hot knife through tulip-stalks. This is stumbling morning music, before your body can hit the right notes, when sunlight's still coming out wrong. Lo-fi and orchestrated, like a dish-rack symphony, dustbin concerto. All the psychedelia of friendship and chamomile tea, loss and ambition. Pop music with the varnish sanded off, wood-grain exposed, the seams front and centre.
(Photo: Radio Pictures, "Chorus Girls", 1938)Posted by Sean at January 21, 2013 12:30 PM
Enter the fight club ! :)Posted by Jérôme Mx at January 21, 2013 4:31 PM
That's amazing, You are Spiderman, aren't you ?Posted by conconbebe at January 30, 2013 10:44 PM