This is the final release of Anonymeye and this one is for the fans and followers of the band. Maybe it will also find some new fans.Â Andrew Tuttle plays some acoustic guitar or Banjo, mostly looped, mixed and transformed with electronics. i would recommend this for fans of Henry Flynt or everyone who like Fahey mixed with electronics. because there are only about 25 made, they are quite expensive, but you will have an unique and special piece.
Your chance to have a copy of the super limited (est 25 or so copies) of the Anonymeye 'retrospective' LP, Anonymeye: 2004-2013.
This is the first Anonymeye music on vinyl.
Anonymeye: 2004-2013, a final post-project release from Brisbane based abstract folk performer Anonymeye, condenses three albums, a half-dozen or so EPs/singles/etc and more than a few compilation appearances into a succinct 30 minute collection.
Not so much of a 'best of' as a personal 'faves of' (that would fit on an LP) for Anonymeye's Andrew Tuttle, Anonymeye: 2004-2013 features two tracks each from Anonymeye's second (The Disambiguation Of Anonymeye) and third/final (Anontendre) albums, an album out-take included on an obscure CDR, and a previously unreleased track recorded for an unfinished fourth Anonymeye album.
Anonymeye: 2004-2013 isn't meant to be a comprehensive, exhaustive or all-encompassing collection. Rather, it is a mixtape of sorts, a reflection of some personal favourites, and a belated opportunity to hear Anonymeye on vinyl.
Available as a lovingly more or less, take or leave it, pre-order, Anonymeye: 2004-2013 will be pressed to vinyl in a strictly limited, to order, pressing of 25 (or thereabouts) LPs.
Appreciation/mates rate price copies of Anonymeye's final album Anontendre, and Andrew Tuttle's debut 'solo' EP 4064, will be available as pre-order add-ons. Given that the people most interested in this release are the people who should least have to pay for it, there will probably be some bonus audio, written, or other variable content.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive