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Pony Moon // The Sun Is The Radioactive Wasp Egg TAPE

Pony Moon // The Sun Is The Radioactive Wasp Egg TAPE

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All Cor Ardens discography by Pennsylvania experimental writer Melkings aka Jim Strong has arrived.

This work is a newcomer collage duoThis is Pony Moon's debut cassette.Includes 2 magical collage noise songs.

Cor Ardens:

"Cor Ardens is pleased to present “The Sun is the radioactive Wasp Egg” a new audio release from prolific Baltimore Artists, Matthew Pony Payroll Bones and Jenny Moon Tucker. The Duo is known for it's Endurance-Challenging performance rituals of Cymbals and Bells Flying through A Fireworks Procession through which primordial song-forms emerge referencing the history of the Air, Splintering Ancient Railroad Surplus and a lazy hand wielding a sparking power-tool slowly eating through a rickety mesh of wire fence which was dragged into the center of the venue. A swell of pots and pans heaved. The recording herein begins with a voyeuristic transmission of two individuals casually conversing about local eateries, the weather. Small town observations recede toward a fluid whistling and clatter barely emerged. in pathetic rage. Sort of funny to. Amphibious dirge."

Artist: Pony Moon 

Label: Cor Ardens

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All Cor Ardens discography by Pennsylvania experimental writer Melkings aka Jim Strong has arrived.

This work is a newcomer collage duoThis is Pony Moon's debut cassette.Includes 2 magical collage noise songs.

Cor Ardens:

"Cor Ardens is pleased to present “The Sun is the radioactive Wasp Egg” a new audio release from prolific Baltimore Artists, Matthew Pony Payroll Bones and Jenny Moon Tucker. The Duo is known for it's Endurance-Challenging performance rituals of Cymbals and Bells Flying through A Fireworks Procession through which primordial song-forms emerge referencing the history of the Air, Splintering Ancient Railroad Surplus and a lazy hand wielding a sparking power-tool slowly eating through a rickety mesh of wire fence which was dragged into the center of the venue. A swell of pots and pans heaved. The recording herein begins with a voyeuristic transmission of two individuals casually conversing about local eateries, the weather. Small town observations recede toward a fluid whistling and clatter barely emerged. in pathetic rage. Sort of funny to. Amphibious dirge."

Artist: Pony Moon 

Label: Cor Ardens