Tuesday is usually a good day for new shit. Typically, new DVDs are released on Tuesdays. But when it comes to new-music release’age… count me IN! And now that we’ve established such a sonic connection to 1080p Collection both as listeners and TMTer’s, the Vancouver provocateur caught Riohv throwing some dingy/glitzy dance parties around the Ottawa area, and is poppin’ that butt on a tape entitled Moondance TOMORROW! For the first taste (before FACTmag goes FULL-STREAM AHEAD with the Moondance CS tomorrow), 1080p blessed our humble red and white website with “Internal Use.” Yet, that’s all we expect from the label in the first place: MUSIC.
“Internal Use” surges through all ears. Riohv’s pump is worth punching at the air. Get yourself in to a frenzy of dance. Make time in life to feel the pulse of movement. Become every bit of beat. Riohv’s “Internal Use” has taken over. Except that your life right now is controlled by rythm. Bring that to your daily groove and enjoy the flow of blood in every vein. Vastly believe your body is submitting itself to the rate of heart beat on straight stereo, reach down way inside you – to the corners of your depths – and pull out Riohv’s “Internal Use.”
Find Moondance by Riohv tomorrow on the 1080p Collection!
Goldrush Music Festival
2014 Companion Cassette
Most music fests make us sick to our stomachs. Goldrush Music Festival isn’t one of them. Now in its fourth year, Denver’s premiere experimental music fest — co-founded by our own Crawford Philleo — has proven how a grassroots, DIY approach to curation and sponsorship can lead to a singular festival experience, one whose essence is defined by creativity and collectivism, not by expensive bottled water and sub par lineups. And this year’s Goldrush lineup is its best yet, with the likes of Wolf Eyes, Eric Copeland, and Mount Eerie performing alongside artists like Thug Entrancer, Good Willsmith, and DVA, all assembling together on September 13-14 at the Larimer Lounge and Meadowlark Bar.
In addition to a unique, custom zine, Goldrush is also once again selling a companion cassette tape featuring tracks from this year’s lineup. The end result is 24 songs of new material, exclusive remixes, and much more. And also like last year, Goldrush has given TMT the pleasure of premiering Side A, which you can check out below as a single mix. The tape, limited to 500, comes packaged with 2-day passes to Goldrush here or is available separately via Planted Tapes, either by itself or bundled with the festival zine. But if you’re in or around Denver, we highly recommend getting the 2-day passes.
Look for Side B sometime next week, as well as a Laser Focus episode. But for now:
[00:00] Sparkling Wide Pressure - “Violet Color”
[05:05] Champion - “Frosting the Donut”
[08:19] Guerilla Toss - “The String”
[09:43] REIGHNBEAU - “Milk of Amnesia”
[13:45] CP 208 - “H.S.H.C.”
[17:07] Homebody - “Hollow Nest”
[19:00] RUMTUM - “Hotel Vontie”
[22:15] Docile Rottweiler - “Typhoon”
[25:25] Stag Hare - “Gruum”
[32:13] Mount Eerie - “You Swan - Go On (version)”
[33:48] Good Willsmith - “Teen Quotes”
[41:13] Sister Grotto - “The Great Haul”
• Goldrush Music Festival: http://goldrushmusicfest.com
Dropping next Friday is the first Bootleg Tapes release since June, which V E S A’s tape is still being “reeled” in the TMT music database by various writers. I know y’all’ve been waiting long and sweating profusely for the newest tape, and it’s here: Palladium by Kanyon. But you only get a taste of it with “Noose.” Though, simply calling it a “taste” is completely false, since it starkly goes in on some beat driven notions, antiquated and refurbished sounds, and pretty much people “Wooing,” Aying” or “[dying].” Just look at the cover-art. And then think the title of this song. Palladium seems to be Kanyon’s escape and/or call-for-help letter. Or just a fucking PARTY!
Tell ya what. The reasonable middle ground here is that Palladium will inevitably slay the next event you hold in a basement or warehouse. Pop that Bootleg tape in and let Kanyon help you ride this high out. Feel as though you’re dying on the inside because some metal is melting and coursing throughout your body, and the only way to alleviate that tension is to dance your fucking limbs off. Maybe? But YES! And coming down off that SWIMTEAM_RADIO_001 mix with Yung AOL, Kanyon is ready to wield every beat as a fine-sharpened weapon of movement.
Will you survive the “Noose” before that Palladium melts onto Bootleg Tapes NEXT FRIDAY??
“The Passing of Clouds”
“The Passing of Clouds,” the second track off of Karla Borecky’s Still in Your Pocket, is a dose of deep-thinker’s medicine. Repetitious, gorgeous, melancholic, and well paced, it can yield to extracting the buried thoughts which can be lost to too much change or alteration. As clouds pass overhead, an awnings of sound deflects the indented arrangements of leaves falling from the trees. The lines build, peacefully, growing bit by bit. Grow with it. Get deep. Or remain stagnant and remember what’s worth remembering.
Mostly known for her 25 plus years as half of the prodigious duo Idea Fire Company, Still in Your Pocket has the destinction of being Borecky’s first solo album to date. Originally recorded between 2007 to 2010 and released in 2011 as a limited cassette on Entr’acte, Sean McCann’s Recital imprint is re-issuing the collection of seven vignettes on October 21st in a vinyl edition of 285 copies. And while the press release makes a case for an “undercurrent of playful humor” a la Satie, I have no reservations saying I could sit in this furniture all day.
Another teardrop trickles out the eye of Skullflower, faithful. How DOES one follow up an album called Fucked On A Pile of Corpses anyway!? The two headed hydra of Matthew Bower and Samantha Davies has risen from a bleak English countryside to scorch any ear within the blast radius of the Cold Spring offices with fiery dragon breath. THEY reference Bathory and Popol Vuh, but we know that there isn’t another outfit on this earth that sounds like Skullflower and what you’re going to perceive here is just more blood from their wellspring. Atonal twin guitar wall noise which raises the stakes on ye olde “holocaust section” of My Bloody Valentine’s “You Made Me Realise” x 1000. Screeching, hypnotic, psychedelic cacophony from the blackest pit of despair. That’s “Alien Awakening” and it’s on a new double album coming soon from Skullflower called Draconis that has something to do with this I think….