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Andrew Weathers Ensemble // Build A Mountain Where Our Bodies Fall LP

Andrew Weathers Ensemble // Build A Mountain Where Our Bodies Fall LP

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Presided over Full Spectrum RecordsFull album by Andrew Weathers.Great for sunny days

"All told, the expansive sound displayed on the final LP only took two months to capture and construct. The result is an odd mélange of cosmic psychedelia and utopian idealism, all bound together by Weathers' recent obsession with the Industry Workers of the World Little Red Songbook. A collection of union songs and anthems about reclaiming the means of production in an ongoing effort dismantle capitalism, the Little Red Songbook is an odd starting point for such immersive music; but considering Weathers' current trajectory as an artist obsessed with regaining his sense of identity in the face of late-period capitalism, it comes as little surprise he would take inspiration from such a well.

“The album is an attempt to embody the transition I'm going through in Texas,” explains Weathers. “It's an extension of the more moderate life-thru-death zone of Fuck Everybody. There are themes of intuitive symbolism – in that we So, I was drawing from markers in my own life as well as more traditional symbolic structures like those found in tarot. There's also this narrative of ritual disembowelment, like a splitting up and burying of my symbolic body to reassemble the parts a new. " --Full Spectrum Records

Artist: Andrew Weathers Ensemble

Label: Full Spectrum Records

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Presided over Full Spectrum RecordsFull album by Andrew Weathers.Great for sunny days

"All told, the expansive sound displayed on the final LP only took two months to capture and construct. The result is an odd mélange of cosmic psychedelia and utopian idealism, all bound together by Weathers' recent obsession with the Industry Workers of the World Little Red Songbook. A collection of union songs and anthems about reclaiming the means of production in an ongoing effort dismantle capitalism, the Little Red Songbook is an odd starting point for such immersive music; but considering Weathers' current trajectory as an artist obsessed with regaining his sense of identity in the face of late-period capitalism, it comes as little surprise he would take inspiration from such a well.

“The album is an attempt to embody the transition I'm going through in Texas,” explains Weathers. “It's an extension of the more moderate life-thru-death zone of Fuck Everybody. There are themes of intuitive symbolism – in that we So, I was drawing from markers in my own life as well as more traditional symbolic structures like those found in tarot. There's also this narrative of ritual disembowelment, like a splitting up and burying of my symbolic body to reassemble the parts a new. " --Full Spectrum Records

Artist: Andrew Weathers Ensemble

Label: Full Spectrum Records