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Monday, August 16, 2010

Abortion Eve - s. t. (Tape) (AUSTRALIA 2010)

art by: MILA

Some experimental recordings by ABORTION EVE from Australia, done pretty lofi on a dictaphone tape. Surely not everyone's cup of tea, but if you're into experimental lofi music you might check this one out. Quite atmospheric stuff!
Enjoy!

- Where exactly are you from?
I grew up in Batemans Bay a small town near Sydney. I have been living in Melbourne now for 2 years.
- Do you want your real name mentioned? If so: What is your real name?
Samuel Miers
- How recorded?
I record using either an electric guitar or a bass, playing them with various objects from a cymbal to thumb tacks or other guitar strings. I keep playing until I find a pattern that im happy with and try to hold that for as long as I can. I don't own any pedals or a 4 track, all I have to record with is an old dictaphone tape recorder, so I try to create a few melodies within the one track. I can't play any of the songs again.
- When recorded?
February/March 2010
- Since when does this band/project exist?
January 2010
- Any previous bands/side projects worth mentioning?
I play bass in a punk band Eat A Brick
- Influences?
Raymond Scott, The Flying Lizards, Sack and Blumm, Free Choice Duo, Kluster, The Shaggs, Genesis P Orridge and The Early Worm, Ilitch, Ariel Pink.
- Website, myspace?


ABORTION EVE: s. t. (Tape) (2010)
(mp3-zip, 2 tracks/sides, 36 min, 83,1 MB, @320)
Get it here or here or here!

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