Sindre Bjerga: Fugue States tape (Invisible City Records, 2015)

October 11, 2015 at 3:19 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Sindre Bjerga: Fugue States tape

Sindre Bjerga: Fugue States tape

Seriously warped live wreckage making improper usage of mutilated classic rock and reggae tapes, circuit-fried sampling instruments, and bizarre vocal antics worthy of Crank Sturgeon or Ghédalia Tazartès. You feel like you’re starting to melt and decompose and then you get jolted awake by shocking distorted telephone rings. It gets still and ambient for a while, and a lonely, decaying voice calls out via tape. Such a strange, disconcerting tape, I can barely imagine what attending these performances must be like.

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