Image of Birth - Live In Tucson (Sam Giles Vinyl Replica CDr Edition) Nik & Grant (The Myrrors) 2 LEFT
  • Image of Birth - Live In Tucson (Sam Giles Vinyl Replica CDr Edition) Nik & Grant (The Myrrors) 2 LEFT

Birth - Live In Tucson (Sam Giles Vinyl Replica CDr Edition) Nik & Grant (The Myrrors) 2 LEFT

£9.50



Release Date 24th May
Sam Giles Vinyl Replica CDr Edition - Ltd to 40 Copies Worldwide. 25 are available here. Cdr edition plays as one complete track.

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Cardinal Fuzz are proud to present to you Birth – Live In Tucson. Birth is the project of Grant Beyachau and Nik Rayne from The Myrrors who performed as Birth for this live improvisational performance in Tucson (USA). The performance was captured onto a handheld recorder (you can hear instrument leads buzz and cut out for a second here and there as things start up) as Birth, seated on the floor, journey towards a state of transcendence in front of a small but appreciative audience.
Taking cues from Terry Riley, LaMonte Young as well as Spacemen 3 (Dreamweapon) – minimalist artists who offer no concessions to the listener except to surrender yourself to the drone. Grant creates swirling cyclic passages via analogue synthesizer and tape machine loops as Nik conjures subliminal notes via guitar and space echo. Over 25 minutes they create an experience of devotional music influenced by Middle Eastern and Sufism cultures – as notes bleed and swirl together in a lysergic haze. Its fluidity is its greatest strength as the piece offers no navigation points – all they ask is that through a mixture of drone, repetition and simple melodies that you surrender yourself to the trance-like and hallucinatory delirium created. It is captivating.