RIYL: dystopian free jazz

Label: Cruel Nature Records

Piotr Cisak and Petar Stipsits recorded this in one go, on February 9th this year.¬†Phonetics Of The Unspeakable¬†is a roughly thirty-seven minute long improv set, consisting of a cello (I would have been none the wiser had they not made note of that, and you as well), drums, and enough effects to make said cello sound like a rugged guitar grinding on the ground complete with sparks skipping along the jagged pavement. The sub-bass present with the bow against the cello’s strings undulates like a snake all alone in the desert as Stipsits percussion just goes along with the chaos. It’s almost as if Stipsits is soundtracking I√Ī√°rritu’s Birdman if Riggan Thomson¬†decided to go in to an endlessly spiraling vantablack chasm with his alter-ego.¬†Phonetics Of The Unspeakable is a free jazz project for the dystopian age. Listen to¬†Phonetics Of The Unspeakable below via the Bandcamp player and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details

Recorded @t-on vienna on feb. 9th 2016
credits
released July 21, 2016

Piotr Cisak - Cello & Effects
Petar Stipsits - Drums
Artwork by Robert Bekic/Borndead Designs

Price $6.55

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