Boomkat Product Review:
After collaborating with Aidan Baker and Lawrence English already in 2017, Thor Harris (Swans, The Angels of Light) meets Peggy Ghorbani and Sarah Gautier for a fluffy, polyrhythmic, minimalist distraction from the end times.
“"You can make your life a whole lot simpler and less draining if you choose to be good to others. Kindness sets the tone for civil interaction when you lead by example. Kindness is your most efficient tool for changing the world."
Governor Thor Harris played Marimba , flute, vibraphone , voice, organ , duduk, tubular bells, gongs ,etc Peggy Ghorbani played marimba, xylophone, & inspired us all to go on living.
Sarah "Goat" Gautier played marimba, vibraphone, organ, voice, etc. She is currently the hardest working man in show biz.
Jeremy Barnes made this whole goddam thing happen i.e. produced it. He also played vibraphone, auto harp, engineered, mellotron, organ and arranged strings on 90meters. Heather Trost played violin, viola, voice & string arrangements.
Jordan Geiger played marimba, synth, vibraphone and engineered. John Dieterich played prepared guitar, bass & percussion. Michael Gira sang on 90meters, Standing Rock and Grassfire. Jen Gira sang on Standing Rock. Stine Janvin Motland sang on Swimming with Stine, Dead Man's Hand, and Falling. Soriah sang on Standing Rock, 90meters, & Grassfire.
Crystal Fullbright sang on Tucson (to be released later) Daryl didn't do shit on this. Not one goddam thing. Blair Bovberg played theremin Craig Ross recorded Stine and makes anxiety inducing drones in our live shows. Elizabeth Warren played viola and violin. Aisha Burns played violin. Adam Torres played guitar. Daily Toliver played bass and Wurlitzer. Jacob Green played oboe. Jhno Eichenseer played duduk on Standing Rock and Resist. Jeff Luna played bass and engineered. Conor Walker engineered and so much more. Dave Boyl engineered sessions at Church house Studio in Austin. Design by Louis Schalk and Jeremy Barnes at Plinth Design. Photos by Conor Walker, Thom Washburn, Tamir Kalifa, Gretchen Phillips & Sippertu. Recorded and mixed by John Dieterich and Jeremy Barnes at Sonido Del Norte in Albuquerque.”