Digging: American Hate - I?d Rather Repeat Every Mistake
15 may eh?
Digging: Brandon Seabrook - Die Trommel Fatale
how the fuck do you pronounce their name?
press the pronounce button https://translate.google.com/#auto/en/%E3%82%B6%E3%83%BB%E3%82%B2%E3%83%AD%E3%82%B2%E3%83%AA%E3%82%B2%E3%82%B2%E3%82%B2
Nice, last release was pretty hit or miss with me, eponymous track was one of my favourites of 2016 though. Hope they continue in a similar vein.
hope so too, but that track was written in the 90's so idk
Yeah that was my concern as well, we'll see i suppose
psyched for more gero. glad the last album wasnt just a one-off.
Digging: Seventeen Again - ???
The unique thing about this record is that most of the sounds were designed and
arranged before the group actually rehearsed it. In other words, you will hear this
record and be challenged with the question on how to use the sounds just as they were.
With less than 2 weeks to practice, the member took bits and pieces of sounds from
this record, and created the vibe featured on this tour.
Like any The GeroGeriGeGeGe releases, this is not your average record,
this is an instrument featuring custom made sounds, vintage synths, as well as samples from
seminal albums such as „Sketchbook: An Introduction to Good Music“.
Wether you’re trying to mimmick the song performed on the tour and album, create original
good music, or producing tracks traditionally,
there’s enough samples to bang out multiple albums.
A piece of history on wax.
yea i got no idea
btw was this actually recorded in 2003?
The description on their label's website was taken from the sleeve of 'Bastard Language Tour Official Show Vinyl', including the part about April 2003.
lol that's annoyingly obtuse but i'm just happy that that probably means this is a brand new recording and juntaro is gonna keep on doin gero into the future