Los Angeles based multi-instrumentalist Lee Noble built his signature sound around dusty analog drones and idiosyncratic atmosphere, combining synth and tape loop work with a simple song format. Emotional, experimental, personal and introverted, Noble's work will appeal both to hardcore drone-heads and fans of singers-songwriters. His debut vinyl Horrorism was released on Bathetic Records last year, adding to a catalog of tape releases. This past summer he also released a split Lp " Motion Forever" with Ensemble Economique on Hand in the Dark.
HOW MUCH WOOD WOULD A WOODCHUCK CHUCK IF A WOODCHUCK COULD CHUCK WOOD?
Is a trio from Turin, Italy comprised of Gher, Coccolo and Iside. They play guitars, bass, tapes and reverbs and throw in some voices. They love wood stumps, that's where the name came from.
Their music is pitch black layers of drones and male vocals with cristalline guitar arpeggios and otherwordly female vocals hovering in the acoustic space.
They have self released few cdrs and a splt 7" with Father Murphy in recent times and this is their first full lenght, released on vinyl by Boring Machines and Avant! Records.