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Amanda R. Howland // Meeting Dr. Ancient TAPE

Amanda R. Howland // Meeting Dr. Ancient TAPE

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Amanda R. Howland, a member of the grind band Fascist Insect, who has also released solo on noise labels such as Chocolate Monk and No Rent, announced a new work from unifactor in August 2020.Includes 8 songs that are close to power electronics, mainly voice.It is a shrink specification.Out of print. DL code included.

Unifactor Other worksand /// Click here to see more Unifactor releases available at Tobira. 

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"Dark mystic and interdisciplinary artist Amanda R. Howland presents us with four tracks of simmering intensity on Meeting Dr. Ancient. Howland seethes in spirals of increasing intensity, moving from amplified voice into layers of disorienting vocal confusion that eventually get overtaken by blasts of crude electronics Harsh but metered, these pieces build slowly and roll in waves of tension, creating the sense that a sinister unseen force is looming. Sixteen-minute closer “Meet Me In The River” runs itself slowly through a wringer of sickly low frequencies that bloom into concussions of evil, unrelenting noise. Making it through to the other side feels like an unholy baptism. "
-Fred Thomas

artist: Amanda R. Howland

label: unifactor

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Amanda R. Howland, a member of the grind band Fascist Insect, who has also released solo on noise labels such as Chocolate Monk and No Rent, announced a new work from unifactor in August 2020.Includes 8 songs that are close to power electronics, mainly voice.It is a shrink specification.Out of print. DL code included.

Unifactor Other worksand /// Click here to see more Unifactor releases available at Tobira. 

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"Dark mystic and interdisciplinary artist Amanda R. Howland presents us with four tracks of simmering intensity on Meeting Dr. Ancient. Howland seethes in spirals of increasing intensity, moving from amplified voice into layers of disorienting vocal confusion that eventually get overtaken by blasts of crude electronics Harsh but metered, these pieces build slowly and roll in waves of tension, creating the sense that a sinister unseen force is looming. Sixteen-minute closer “Meet Me In The River” runs itself slowly through a wringer of sickly low frequencies that bloom into concussions of evil, unrelenting noise. Making it through to the other side feels like an unholy baptism. "
-Fred Thomas

artist: Amanda R. Howland

label: unifactor