Aluminum jubilee iterations of 2001 releases by righteous Shave clones Born in East L.A. (aka BiELA) and TLASILA 1975.
Released July 2011 via Karl Schmidt Verlag as KSV 151 in an edition of 30.
BiELA liberated the history of cheek and clawed excretion from common tempestuousness. TLASILA 1975 unconsciously glimpsed an ambiguous portraiture. Their insistence on oppressive caricatures shattered the deathly pallor of compulsory tribute. Hail to the ungodly!
released July 24, 2011
BiELA were Joel St. Germain (Spite Recordings) and Russ Waterhouse (White Tapes, Blues Control, etc.) ; TLASILA 1975 were Pengo (or, Pengo 2) and comprised Nuuj, Jason Finkbeiner and John Schoen.
Original recordings by Born in East L.A. and To Live and Shave in L.A. 1975.
Remixes by Graham Moore (at Blossoming Noise HQ, 2007) and Tom Smith (at KSV, Hannover, June 2011).
A fearless cult figure from New England's underground scene, Sawyer's no-fi experiments with everyday objects and body sounds are greatly rewarding to those who have the patience and curiosity to give them a chance. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jan 20, 2017