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Good Willsmith - The Honeymoon Workbook (2014)

4-05-2014, 06:41
Music | Electronic | Ambient

Good Willsmith - The Honeymoon Workbook (2014)

Artist: Good Willsmith
Title Of Album: The Honeymoon Workbook
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Umor Rex
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 41:08 min
Total Size: 108 MB


1. I told you to get up and it just happened 05:37
2. & my body to breath 08:05
3. now ~ shower put on all black 06:06
4. what you think is crazy isn't 05:12
5. 25 almost 26 & 27 28 29 30 03:07
6. taking too long to text 06:04
7. If anything happens to me, my password is Lady Lass 06:57

The Honeymoon Workbook is the first LP by Chicago-based trio Good Willsmith. Previous tape releases on the band’s own Hausu Mountain label showcased improvised sessions of maximal, multi-instrumental loops. The Honeymoon Workbook streamlines their explorations of the noise/drone underground into a densely packed song cycle, performed live in a single session and presented without overdubs.

Workshopped over the course of the band’s west coast tour in the summer of 2013, The Honeymoon Workbook evolved from a series of simple cues and graphical scores into a mammoth, continually fluctuating set of overlapped compositions. Seamless adjustments in instrumentation and texture occur between segments as looped incarnations of earlier motives accumulate into all-consuming drones. Natalie Chami weaves melodies and progressions from her analog synthesizers into a consonant foundation, while layering choral vocal leads and harmonies into the mix. Doug Kaplan processes electronic tabla and tambura into squelching rhythmic mantras, and blasts guitar, synth, and vinyl records deeper into effects-manipulated oblivion. Max Allison pours sustained low-end tones from synths, oscillators and bass guitar, as he interjects bursts of spoken-word cassette tapes and contact-mic feedback into the din. Taken all together, cresting through a series of contrasting atmospheres, Good Willsmith’s generative patchwork of looping live input has the potential to paralyze listeners into the state of sweat lodge dissociation that the trio enter while performing.

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