Long Distance Poison: Feorh tape (Tusco/Embassy, 2014)

August 3, 2014 at 11:16 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Long Distance Poison: Feorh tape

Long Distance Poison: Feorh tape

Newest, nautical-themed release from LDP. Both sides are titled “Brym”, and the first starts to paint a picture with its subtitle, “Shoreline A Boat Found/Drowning”. This is the sound of a lighthouse scanning a dark sea, looking to find anything lost in the trenches. And of course when something is found, it’s horrible and tragic and unspeakable, and causes woe and grief. “Brym II”, on the other side, is subtitled “Ocean’s Trench/A Light/Wombs”, and seems to suggest new hope. It’s definitely lighter, has a brighter tone and more of a rhythm, although in typical LDP fashion, it takes a long time to build. It gets way more distorted, way more noisy, and more jittery and flashy. Instead of scanning the seas for ruin, it’s more about scanning the sky for life and activity.

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