My God, Sunburned Hand of the Man and Circle collaborating on a record; could you get more out there? I doubt it.
It also sounds like somebody has chucked a bag of robots into a river. I couldn’t ask for more.
Here are some pictures taken on the opening of the Can’s Inner Space studio exhibition at the RocknPop Museum in Gronau, (just over the Dutch border from Enschede). The installation runs until March 2008. A visit is highly recommended.
“Here are some pictures taken on the opening of the Can’s Inner Space studio exhibition at the RocknPop Museum in Gronau, (just over the Dutch border from Enschede). The installation runs until March 2008. A visit is highly recommended. ”
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This man has, off and on, been responsible for some of the most inventive, playful and downright cussed avant garde music created in the UK for, well, a good 20 years now.
Mr Dawson, our Chief Reviewer, brings you a round up of what has been playing on his gramophone this past month. Hopefully you will gain as much pleasure from listening to these LPs as he did!
The sounds contained on (=AOK) span the decades. There’s fifties twang, and sixties garage, seventies rock, eighties thrash and so on – but the sound is never derivative.
Sure there are key changes and time changes galore (Geese really disappeared up its own rectum by the end) but there seems to be a reflective edge to their music now that was missing on debut LP Shapes and Sizes.
Still, despite this almost wanton musical kleptomania, there is something concrete and individual created on this LP.
Oh, and quite why the band are depicted wearing nylon stockings over their heads on the back cover is anybody’s guess; I’d say there’s definitely a reason and a Utopian one at that.