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Burro :: Tangerine Rising (Unit Structure Sound Recordings) CASSETTE

$7 CAD
Burro :: Tangerine Rising (Unit Structure Sound Recordings) CASSETTE
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Burro :: Tangerine Rising (Unit Structure Sound Recordings) CASSETTE

$7 CAD
Burro's third release has the band moving into more diverse sonic territory. This batch of recordings was pieced together from many of the band's psychedelic journeys. Tangerine Rising features lengthy drones, while working with lightning quick changes and always sinking further into trance states.

credits

released 10 June 2013 
Andrew Hume: Drums 
Stewart Elton: Bass 
Whitney Ota: Guitar 

Whitney Ota: Recordings, Mixing, Mastering, Art and Design

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Devin Friesen (FFWD Magazine) Says:

First there’s Tangerine Rising, from the Calgary improv-rock trio Burro. The trio’s modus operandi is essentially to play as hard as they can, and for as long as they can — let’s call it “breathless psychedelia.” The rhythm section of Andrew Hume (drums) and Stu Elton (bass) will often hammer on a groove while guitarist/USSR’s Calgary proprietor Whitney Ota attacks his guitar, equally prone to bursts of frenzied strumming and shearing feedback. Imagine the blissed-out psych of sunroof!-era Matthew Bower with all the pounding thump ofForm Destroyer-era Skullflower, and you’re getting there. Tangerine Rising is also about as “concise” as this trio gets, with textural feedback editing from Ota seamlessly pulling the jams together — no time to rest on this one.

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Weird Canada Love:

From the strange grassland of Claire Guimond:

“How long have I been here?” Seems like it takes more effort than usual to access your short-term memory, yet it must be there, somewhere, under these heavy planes of uncharted cognition. There’s no solar time reference in this strange grassland, though you can barely remember what the sun feels like — is it always so dark at this time of day? If you could just clear your head, block out the noise from the freak sandstorm pressing in on all sides…

But for near-massless particles of sand, like yourself, this storm is your providence and you’re not quite ready to be alone and invisible. How could you even go anywhere without a weather system? You’re just obeying laws, looking for lower pressure zones, trusting the driving dynamics of the atmosphere. This chaos is controlled, right? How dangerous could it be?

You realize the only way to go is up, so you wait for the countdown that will launch you into space. T minus 2… 1… 0.5… 0.25… 0.125…