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This new series on Music Fellowship is cool as fudge. For a start they've all got big fudge-off planets on one side of their picture discs and watercolor-y pictures from 2001 on the other (the film I mean, there aren't any pictures of Jimmy Eat World or anything). Some of my friends and I went to see 2001 in 70mm Cinerama last year and it was 'itchin, apart from the audience who were prissy as ...

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Split jobs, 2001-themed picture LP plus CD on Music Fellowship, limited to 500.

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Monolith:Jupiter by Bark Haze (Thurston Moore & Gown)/Traum (Lambsbread/Graveyards)
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 20 February 2009

This new series on Music Fellowship is cool as fudge. For a start they've all got big fudge-off planets on one side of their picture discs and watercolor-y pictures from 2001 on the other (the film I mean, there aren't any pictures of Jimmy Eat World or anything). Some of my friends and I went to see 2001 in 70mm Cinerama last year and it was 'itchin, apart from the audience who were prissy as fudge and the interview afterwards with Stanley Kubrick's brother-in-law who, it quickly became obvious, knew next to nothing of interest about him or the film. Anyway, these things feature two bands each with each taking up a channel on the vinyl so you can Matt le Tiss around with your amp knobs to choose how much they merge with each other. Clever mitt, eh? It also comes with a CD featuring each component on its own, mixed in stereo, as well as a combined track. Monolith:Jupiter's got Gown (Thurston Moore and Gown) and Traum (Lambsbread and Graveyards) noodling about on it. Put 'em both together and you've got noodling with twice the intestity. It's all scraping strings, detuned guitars, wrung-out harmonics and the like. It sounds a bit like No Neck Blues Band at their most formless, trying to have an instrument fight in Japan while so smacked-out they can hardly move. It takes off a bit towards the end, like. It's alright, but it's not really a patch on the Windy & Carl/Heavy Winged effort which owns like a motherlover.


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