Once there was this shitty writer for Pitchfork, who described experimental composer, visual artist, and multi-instrumentalist Tom Recchion as “generally out of the loop” and as composing oblivious to “trends and times.” While this clumsy chump didn’t necessarily mean that in a bad way, his perspective is still skewed and inaccurate, so fuck him. The truth is that Recchion has always been in the real loop since the 70s, and all of you bullshit yolo-fuckers are out of it. The irony is that P4k is the new Rolling Stone, which means it’s about as relevant as the Old Testament (just going to put this in here and see if it makes it past the editors).
But I’m a sympathetic asshole, so I’ll gladly invite you into the loop. Here’s the deets. Tom Recchion has released his first album in six years, entitled Proscenium, on Elevator Bath. The album consists of six pieces that mostly began as music for film maker and puppeteer Janie Geiser’s play Invisible Glass, an adaptation of Poe’s “William Wilson.” The music has been explained as “an attempt to create a sound world for the viewer that started as they entered the theatre and drenched them till they left in an ongoing series of atmospheres.”
The LP + 7-inch is issued in an edition of 500 copies. If you want to stay in the loop because you’re insecure or have some sort of serotonin deficiency, I suggest you get on it.
01. the mesmerized chair
02. entrance music no. 2
03. entrance music no. 1
04. exit music no. 1
05. the haunted laboratory
06. lean your eye into the picture