The Lord is Paul Mill from West Yorkshire. Gettin’ Off the Meths snuck out a couple of years ago and it's the follow up to 2011’s Jesuit Trifle Syndrome and Paul’s acclaimed contribution to Front & Follow’s Collision/Detection series from 2012-13.
Gettin’ Off the Meths comes in a very limited handmade knitted bag cut from socks, towels, dressing gowns etc.
1. The start of all this 2. when I was a girl 3. The court of Dr. Flimsy 4. there is an interesting social message in this song, but i'm not going to tell you what it is. that would be too easy. if you work it out, please email me your idea; at email@example.com. you may even win a prize 5. sunset for Alice 6. please use this for free 7. the front of my convenient pineapple 8. the night is but a tender courgette 9. never vex a stranger 10. portable hamster cheese
Ltd (50) CD in nice wooly jumper sleeve (cover different from image).
CD £5.99 EP25CD
Reissue CD on Exotic Pylon in handmade fabric bag.
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This is a self released CDr edition of 50 copies each coming in unique knitted sleeves, there is even one made from an old dressing gown I think... Anyway's this is proper nuts with bizzarro Bobby McFerrin style vocals, messed up noise junk, field recordings, warped samples, mutoid slow motion techno and general absurdist surreal electronic tomfoolery. It's well decent fun and has its tongue placed firmly in cheek but that's not to say their isn't some clever stuff happening within this cut and paste computer fest. I have no idea who he/she/them/it are but they're really doing their own thing here. The CD is cheekily labeled no. 2 of one... Those cheeky monkeys.
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