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Bachelors Even
BY
Alchemical Burn
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This album was added to our database on June 24, 2006, and the album's information was last updated 10 years ago. angaym k oss is responsible for keeping this album's information up to date. This page has been viewed 2007 time(s).
DESCRIPTION
"Bachelors Even" is a collaborative effort from ALCHEMICAL BURN & RAVEN CHACON. The tracks range from minimalism and soundscape to full on noise, and so much more inbetween. These two sound artists influence eachother in a quite unexpected way. Seemingly creating wide sparse spaces that dance around lingering moments of sheer mayhem making for some very unpredictable material on this double CDR set. Indulge your hedonistic cravings for music & noise far outside and pick up a copy.
RELEASE DATE
June 24th, 2006
CATALOG NUMBER
000-666
CREDITS
Raven Chacon- contact mics, vox, multi-tracker, cassettes, percussion

Ken Cornell- mixing consoles, mic, vox, efx pedals, kaos pad, drum machine

Recorded by K. Cornell

Remastered and arranged by R. Chacon

6ick 6ick 6ick studios, los angeles CA
HISTORY
While Alchemical Burn was on tour with Versailles i took the time to record every sound we made. When we hit Los Angeles in mid December 2005 i knew i had to make some sounds with Raven. A potion of brews and some rolled dreams and we were floating under the headphones. Much to the dismay of his neighbors i am sure as the occasional moans and screams were interspersed with banging on whatever felt appropriate and was nearby at the time. The most surprising element here are the pieces where the silence/quiet seem to dictate what the track & moment was about.
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