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Luv Rokambo

Maze + s/t

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(9 + 6tx CDr, 2002 Public Eyesore)

 | pall youhideme
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Continuiamo a cavalcare l'onda Japponese, allora è tempo di Toru Yoneyama e Osamu Kato, in arte Luv Rokambo, sempre su Public Eyesore. Il primo cd ('o1) è una coraggiosa produzione di improvvisazione ambient, fatta di macchine da scrivere, giocattoli, stratocaster in delay looppata e battuta o su slide, feedback, voci maschili, percussioni minimali. Beh, c'è scritto che suonano anche il 'green-oroco-g', ma non ho la + pallida idea di cosa sia. Mi informerò. Magari l'intervisto x chiedergli cosa caAAAAaazzo vorrebbero fare. Insomma, follia, materia cerebrale in decomposizione. 6 tracce, 46 minuti ca. Nella mia limitata campionatura di paragoni, mi viene in mente il progetto parallelo di Kim Gordon con la ex dei DNA, Ikue Mori, - oppure pensatela come una colonna sonora di quei momenti in cui il protagonista cade in delirio in un deserto ed ha delle visioni sconnesse (senti Cosmic Elegy). L'altro cd, Maze (sempre 'o1), 9 tracce x 4o minuti, li presenta meglio come un duo di chitarre elettriche, - sempre mai veramente suonate. Provano anche a cantare, mmmm-eggiare. Ma al centro, le chitarre assuefatte al rumore. Senti The Waste Land.
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Keep on riding the japanese wave, - then it's Toru Yoneyama & Osamu Kato's turn, aka Luv Rokambo, always on PE rec. Two cd's: the first is of jan 'o1, gorgeous production of free-form ambient, done of typewriters, toys, stratocaster under delay effects/loops, beaten or played with bottle neck, - then feedback, male vocals as lullaby, minimal percussion. Well, there's written They play a 'green-oroco-g' too, - but i don't have any idea what it is! Anyway, pure madness, or grey matter in decomposition. 6 tracks, about 46 minutes. To give you some coordinates, i'd cite Kim Gordon side project with ex DNA's drummer, Ikue Mori, - or else, imagine an ideal score for a movie, when the chief character finds him-self in a desert, delirious he loses consciousness, - his visions. Ok. Listen to Cosmic Elegy and You'll get it. - The latter cd, Maze (ago 'o1), 9 tracks for about 4o minutes, presents better these two as a exp_guitar duo, - never really played instruments. There's also some kind of sung, sort of whispering. But guitars addict to noise are at center. Listen to The Waste Land.
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