Tuesday, June 23, 2015

We're honored to be reviewed by Marc Masters in this month's The Out Door column over at Pitchfork.

Check it out here: http://pitchfork.com/features/the-out-door/9665-coffee-weed-and-prison-six-recent-experimental-records-worth-hearing/

Marc gave the album a pretty serious description that I'm really into: "Flying guitar, epileptic bass, shattering drums, and the unclassifiable noise of Nakamura’s “no-input” setup (he wires his mixer in a loop so that it’s only sound source is itself) all congeal into neck-breaking hyperactivity. It’s music that seeks the sun by exploding toward it."

Get stoked and head over to our Bandcamp page to pick up a CD: https://manyarms.bandcamp.com/