I LOVE Clive Tanaka y Su Orchestra’s debut tape Jet Set Siempre No.1. It’s still one of my favorite albums. Right after my very first listen of “Neu Chicago” last year, I immediately ordered the entire thing from Clive’s label imprint Tall Corn Music, which at the time was only available on tape (side note: this also sparked my infatuation with buying tapes).
Since then I’ve tried to stay up on Clive y his cohorts endeavors. Yet I somehow managed to miss out on la Orquesta miembro beaunoise’s second release “Beeptunes,” which was created entirely using analog synthesizers and drum machines as well as traditional (linear) methods and techniques, which is pretty damn cool.
That being said, beaunoise recently released a new project titled “You Never Close Your Lips When I Kiss Your Eyes.” This thing is, well, fucking bizarre.
The semi-hilarious description given on the album’s bandcamp is as follows:
Samples, remixes, collage, deconstruction, noise breaks, distortion, phone calls, profanity, adult content, pornography, violence, and other generally objectionable audio recordings of questionable taste and dubious social merit.
Listener discretion is advised.
This thing is wild but I’d suggest checking at least some of it if you can handle it. I’m going to post the whole thing here, but I’ll give a few suggested songs and if you like those, check out the rest!
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