Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Joshua Abrams and Natural Information Society


Real life is currently ensuring that I have very little time to keep abreast of what's movin' and shakin' round this neck of the woods I'm afraid. I have a bunch of tunes that I want to share and a long list of posts I want to read though and I'll get to them all in due course, hopefully. Meanwhile, my thanks go to the good folk at Monolith Cocktail for introducing me to Joshua Abrams and Natural Information Society, whose music has been soundtracking my world almost exclusively these past few days. The band make a multi-layered rhythmic noise that I'm finding hard to live without just at the moment. Their last album, 2015's 'Magnetoception', can be sampled in full here and a brand new LP, 'Simultonality', arrives in a couple of weeks via Glitterbeat Records. From it, this is 'Sideways Fall'.

8 comments:

Ramone666 said...

Cool find, will check 'em out asap!

charity chic said...

That real life is a bugger and is not all it is cracked up to be

C said...

I'm feeling similarly constrained by real life demands at the moment - I wish you well with yours!

Brian said...

I'm finding this real life discussion very depressing.

George said...

Am I the only one who thinks this is quite a bit like Neu! ?

Chris said...

The Joshua Abrams track is quite hypnotic. Good luck with getting things sorted in real life.

Rol said...

Damn that real life, it really does get in the way, doesn't it?

Dug the track/s... although, you know me, I kept waiting for the lyrics to kick in...

The Swede said...

In the words of the Mother of a former girlfriend, the last few weeks have been 'a bit of a mare'. Thanks for the good vibes folks.

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