Issued by Karl Schmidt Verlag as KSV 303 in a limited edition of 30 in September 2013.
Recorded live (by Dave Phillips) on May 14, 2008 at Cinema Oblo, Lausanne, Switzerland. Two card readers, a snare drum and cymbal, and a voice. And say goodbye to everything that came before or dares follow. That fucking good.
From TLASILA Blog:
Drying out and winding down after another convulsive gig, this time at Cinéma Oblò in Lausanne. My head is an infinite plateau of trip-hammers, and I have grown quite fond of the 3 Euro Paracetamol script I scored in Valencia. Coughing yields headaches which trigger tectonic plate deformations. The "grip" is the Dennis Miller of respiratory maladies - unfunny as fuck, but too entrenched within whorls of septic banality to allow itself to be expunged from the system. Tired of having six broadaxes lodged in my skull....
released September 15, 2013
Recorded live by Dave Phillips at Cinéma Oblò, Lausanne, on May 14, 2008. Composed and performed by Gaybomb, Balazs Pandi and Tom Smith (with the exception of “War,” composed by Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad).
01 Performance (30:18)
02 Version (31:24)
(Version mixed by Paranoid Leather at KSV HQ, August 2013.)
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