THE NOISE OF HARMONY AND THE HARMONY OF NOISE

Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
Some Became Hollow Tubes - Keep it in the Ground | Gizeh Records
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SOME BECAME HOLLOW TUBES - Keep it in the Ground

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Some Became Hollow Tubes floating in the ocean. 

6 self recorded improvised drone rock waves from Eric Quach (thisquietarmy - relentless DIY powerhouse) and Aidan Girt (Godspeed You! Black Emperor). 

Limited edition of 300 copies. Bone coloured vinyl, housed in a heavyweight 350gsm, matte-finished sleeve. Download code included. Initial pre-orders come with a limited edition postcard print. Hand-printed and numbered by SmilingPaperGhosts.

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Chords loop, pedals get pushed, pounding drum parts get added and subtracted, it starts quiet and gets loud. Eric no longer needs to worry about the rhythm, Aidan no longer has to worry about the song structure. All four ears stay cocked and listening even if neither of them are very good at keeping eye contact. 

One life to live, pound drone and loop this moment into the present, hahaha lets keep joking, it's ok.... the music has our sadness. This world is dying, the machines are getting better and better at eating material things to create nothing and all we can do is make wordless music in response.