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Crawling With Tarts - Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 3 (Indian Ocean Ship) / Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 4 (Drum Totem)


Tracklist


1Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 3 (Indian Ocean Ship)47:34
2Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 4 (Drum Totem)25:26

Credits


  • Performer [Paper Pieces]Suzanne Dycus-Gendreau
  • Performer [Scores]Michael Gendreau
  • Recorded By, Mastered ByTom Erbe

Notes


Recorded live at the Mills College Concert Hall on August 13, 1993.
Edition of 1000 copies.

Companies


  • Recorded At – Mills College Concert Hall

Info


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Crawling With Tarts - Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 3 (Indian Ocean Ship) / Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 4 (Drum Totem)
Performer: Crawling With Tarts
Genre: Electro
Title: Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 3 (Indian Ocean Ship) / Grand Surface Noise Opera Nr. 4 (Drum Totem)
Country: US
Released: 31 Jan 1995
Style: Experimental
MP3 album: 2054 mb
FLAC album: 1160 mb
Source: CD
№ Cat: ASP 27
Label: ASP

Quemal
I dearly love this album. Hard to say why. Totally weird, beautiful collage art music that manages to be unpretentious: "Hey! We're just fucking around with some old record players because it's fun and sometimes you get these interesting sound combinations. Want to listen?"
Monn
This album sees CWT indulging themselves in one of their favourite passtimes - using old vinyl 78s, gathered from old junk shops, to create a vast amalgam of voices from the past combined with all the crackles and hiss that goes with such lo-tech recordings. These old records seem mostly to be spoken word recordings advertising a variety of places and products. Various faults within the ancient recordings combine with the TARTS' take on technology to create a kind of internal, and surprisingly warm rhythm. In many ways this is early PAN(A)SONIC taken from a very different angle, but very, VERY different. Okay, so lets be honest here, this is a mess, but it's a sprawling, fascinating mess, full of gems to be dug out by the dedicated listener. Structures reveal themselves, more by accident than design and CWT seize upon them, enhance them and make them something new. Snatches of tinny music from the historic void of black and white television appear and disappear, ghosts in a very real sense - living representations of almost certainly dead people continue to move, communicate and 'live' their long dead lives.
In many ways, this places CRAWLING WITH TARTS in the same arena as SCANNER, although their subject matter is more definite, more scripted, whereas RIMBAUD's randomness brings out the voyeuristic nature in us all.

Whatever perversions we are committing I'm not at all sure, but I feel that there is an intrusion into lives that were and never will be again. And certainly never will be quite the same again. Like reading "Catcher In The Rye" you feel you are being taken on a journey through small lives in a time you can only imagine, and experiencing it through an artform which exists in neither time.

The second piece combines similar recordings with CWT's monkeying around with a variety of percussion. The drums and found metal all patter and thunder with a certain sense of urgency. Add to this a variety of different approaches - from sampled music from times gone by to the sound of someone dragging a metal dustbin around their neighbourhood (or so it seems).

This is junk art, take it or leave it. Without doubt this is a very good example of this genre, or sub-genre, which will reward those who explore it's depths. Not everyone's cup of tea, but manages to be harsh without distortion, and moody without being too obviously dark.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.