gillicuddy – music for moles
gillicuddy is definitely a man for special releases. Remember his last ep “the repeating thoughts…” on Resting Bell, containing 2 – no! – 4, or better, 5 tracks? “music for moles” contains 10 tracks and this time no track repeats, I promise. The songs were mostly recorded during the “the repeating thoughts…” sessions and they are all beautiful folk-sketches in a pretty rough stage. And because of the raw outfit I’ll also give you a pretty sketchy release description, based on the notes gillicuddy gave to me:
- Consider the whole thing as sort of a “fragmentary musical fairy tale”
- The genre tag of the audio files is (fittingly) set to “soundtrack”
- This is “krtek”: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mole_%28Zden%C4%9Bk_Miler_character%29
- It’s been recorded with the memo function of a Sony Ericsson K550i mobile phone
So you can see: It’s about moles, it has kind of a concept and it’s been recorded with a mobile phone. Make your own picture and enjoy it.
All tracks written and produced by gillicuddy
done by gillicuddy
mole drawing taken from “Ausführliche Naturgeschichte des Thier-, Pflanzen- und Mineralreichs” (1837) by Samuel Schilling
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