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Solo LP

by Dan Peck

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Longus Tonus 16:46
Satanitorium 14:22


“The vibrations of the earth have a periodicity of approximately one hour and forty-nine minutes. That is to say, if I strike the earth this instant, a wave of contraction goes through it that will come back in one hour and forty-nine minutes in the form of expansion. As a matter of fact, the earth, like everything else, is in a constant state of vibration. It is constantly contracting and expanding. Now suppose that at the precise moment when it begins to contract, I explode a ton of dynamite. That accelerates the contraction, and in one hour and forty-nine minutes, there comes an equally accelerated wave of expansion. When the wave of expansion ebbs, suppose I explode another ton...and suppose this performance be repeated time after time. Is there any doubt as to what would happen? There is no doubt in my mind. The earth would be split in two. For the first time in man’s history, he has the knowledge with which he may interfere with cosmic processes.”
- Nikola Tesla 1915

Quotes about Solo LP:

"…very nicely done, in packaging and sound. Side A - bold minimalism, Side B - the clatter of unholy legion." - William Berger, WFMU

"This is one deep and fucked up record. Truly deep, truly fucked!" - David Grollman

"This is one of the most intense sessions I've heard in recent memory, so you have been forewarned." - Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery

Airplay on:
Ed Pisent's The Sound Projector
KDVS Radio

General Praise:

"Irabagon, Barr, and Walter are just three representatives of a larger community of players currently exploring the jazz/metal overlap in NYC, including tuba player Dan Peck, banjoist-guitarist Brandon Seabrook, and cellist Joe Merolla."
- Hank Shteamer


released April 19, 2013

Recorded at Colin's place


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