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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Human Resources - Megabucks (USA 2010)

Some excellent, mostly instrumental psychedelic experimental music that somehow reminds me of RANGERS work (posted here) – yes, it's that good! – from a one man band project called HUMAN RESOURCES from Brooklyn, USA.

Q: Where exactly are you from?
A: I live in Brooklyn
Q: Do you want your real name mentioned? If so: What is your real name?
A: Jeremy Krinsley is my real name
Q: How recorded?
A: These are either straight live recordings or edits of live recordings, at home, on a small 7 channel mixer mixed down live to two channels straight into the computer
Q: When recorded?
A: june 2010-august2010 on about 10 different days... none of the tracks were recorded on more than one day, each was selected out of a long 1-2 hour session
Q: Who involved? Who played what?
A: i played everything, it's all loop and sample based, along with guitar, feedback loops, casio
Q: Any more releases?
A: you can check my other releases at: http://humanresourc.es -- a number of tape and cdr releases. and a seven inch is coming out soon on ghost hunters club co-op -- in mid fall
Q: Since when does this project exist?
A: human resources has been my solo outlet for 2 years
Q: How'd you "label" your music? (I know... nobody wants to get labeled... bla bla bla...)
A: i've been saying am/fm chance music, psychedelic music
Q: Influences?
A: nothing too fancy

Favourite track: Truffaut Loses His Hat

A limited c44 is (was?) available now for pre-order from House of Aragon records for $6.

(USA 2010)
(mp3-zip, 15 tracks, 46 min, 106,9 MB)
Get it here or here or here!
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