S.C.19. MUSCULUS

“THE HIDEOUS PARIAH DOG”

Housed  in a  clear dvd case, printed  cover and  cdr, with  additional postacrd. Limited edition  of  50.

TRACKS :

01. Last Train
02. Schorr
03. Volavka

‘There now, Yvonne. Come along, darling… We’re almost home!’
‘Yes.’
‘Strange — ‘ the Consul said.
A hideous pariah dog followed them in.

Cover art concept : ‘Day of the Dead in the City’ a fresco by Diego Rivera.
All tracks by M. Tau; except ‘Volavka’ with help from N. Talmi.

Musculus is Michael Tau, who also writes reviews.  His work can be found at Foxy Digitalis , and also Indieville ..   where he curates the web space.

Released  30/03/2010

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REVIEW :

I once had a house mouse. It used to leave droppings behind my toaster after it had scoffed all the crumbs i’d left. I could never have caught it though for it was far too cute & no bother, really. I don’t know why people kill mice, they really are cruel bastards. I loved the idea of my mouse having a massive network of tunnels & random acquaintances stretching down through peoples terraced homes all the way down the road. Oh? What? I’m supposed to be reviewing this CD? Oh sorry….This particular mouse is a rather noisy, doom-bound example. He likes the sound of a nuclear explosion fed through an filthy echo filter, claps of thunder behind huge, bleak mountains and the sound of torrential rain outside a lonely, isolated haunted cottage in the peak district. On Ketamine. This is a rather oppressive but thoroughly compulsive listen. If this is the music mice make when they’re pissed off…..  ( Brian at Norman records )

 SORRY SOLD  OUT

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~ by STRIATE CORTEX on January 21, 2012.

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