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Deuce Avenue // Perennial Fire and Life TAPE

Deuce Avenue // Perennial Fire and Life TAPE

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Has published numerous works from Not Not FunDebut cassette by Noah Anthony under the new name Deuce Avenue.Contains 10 minimal and rhythmic electro works. Limited to 100 copies, it is about to be discontinued.

 

"Deuce Avenue is Noah Anthony (Profligate, Social Junk, Night Burger) and Perennial Fire and Life is one of the first releases from this project. Anthony's slowly unraveling synth disintegrations were mostly recorded live to tape during the depths of winter, and the brooding atmosphere that develops throughout the tape reflects those frozen doldrums. There are hints of soundtrack composition in high tension pieces like "Stay Out of My Dreams" or the sickly percussive crawl of "Lunacy," but the anxiety of Perennial Fire and Life is more private The tracks are cold, the melodies are distant. The scrape of unfulfilled days and dark nights is always just behind a transparent exterior. than cinematic. Minimal rhythmic elements tie together disoriented synths and bass rushes, sounding antisocial even when the music is at its busiest. . "
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Unifactor

Artist: Deuce Avenue

Label: Unifactor

Has published numerous works from Not Not FunDebut cassette by Noah Anthony under the new name Deuce Avenue.Contains 10 minimal and rhythmic electro works. Limited to 100 copies, it is about to be discontinued.

 

"Deuce Avenue is Noah Anthony (Profligate, Social Junk, Night Burger) and Perennial Fire and Life is one of the first releases from this project. Anthony's slowly unraveling synth disintegrations were mostly recorded live to tape during the depths of winter, and the brooding atmosphere that develops throughout the tape reflects those frozen doldrums. There are hints of soundtrack composition in high tension pieces like "Stay Out of My Dreams" or the sickly percussive crawl of "Lunacy," but the anxiety of Perennial Fire and Life is more private The tracks are cold, the melodies are distant. The scrape of unfulfilled days and dark nights is always just behind a transparent exterior. than cinematic. Minimal rhythmic elements tie together disoriented synths and bass rushes, sounding antisocial even when the music is at its busiest. . "
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Unifactor

Artist: Deuce Avenue

Label: Unifactor