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File under: Improvised

Bill Nace

Live at Electric Eye (LP Lathe Cut)

Label: Post-Materialization Music

Format: LP

Genre: Experimental

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**Clear LP lathe cut with hand silk-screened b-side came inside hand silk-screened jacket. Download code included. Edition of only 50 copies. with insert** This tidy quarter-hour release was recorded in January of 2017 at Electric Eye Records in Florence, Ma and consists of a layered, slowly evolving solo performance, heavy on bow work and disorienting pitch shift effects. It's a good example of the kind of diversity that Bill Nace is capable of in his art. The looping soundscape is difficult to put into words other than to say that as the track moves along there are consistencies and asides. The main theme worms along and is peppered with haunted sounds of difficult-to-discern origins. They're obviously guitar-based (I think), but could be easily mistaken for synthesizers or similar, and built up in a very cinematic manner. A comparison that comes to mind is Aaron Dilloway, with whom Nace has collaborated, but again this is more guitar-centric. It's a fantastic piece of headspace music, and again shows yet another facet of Bill Nace's possibilities.

File under: Improvised
Cat. number: --
Year: 2020