The duo of Josh and Jesse have real, university-type musical educations, met while playing brass in ska bands, and yet somehow arrived at playing this music, that which would peel the paint off Lucifer's '71 glossy-black Dodge Charger. Though the on-air session happened in late August, and the archive of the full show has been up since that time, I held back posting these cleanly cut mp3s in the hopes of making an impression, one separate from the band's on-air appearance—that this blissed-out, Krautrock-flavored, spine-shuddering set amounts to no less than the Irrlicht of contemporary noise/electronics. A horrid dungeon, no question, but also one where hope has not quite died, and pretty things occasionally flutter by the window bars.
plan to take on Fabio Frizzi's Zombie Theme (the opening music I
currently use on the show), and eventually execute a live score to the
entire Lucio Fulci Zombie film. Got a big screen? Can we do it at your place? I'll "curate" with pride, whatever that might en(r)tail. Seriously.
The Grasshopper session (also known—by myself anyway—as "two monumental slabs of horror incarnate") is covered by a creative commons attribution-non commercial-no derivatives license.