Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Painted Faces

A while ago I received a package containing three CD-R's with hand-made packaging from a Brooklyn, NY citizen David Drucker and his solo Painted Faces project. Three CD-R's filled to the brim with post-everything outsider experimentalism, ranging from bursts of cold, guitar-based noise to bucolic psychedelic folk improvisations and a shitton of guitar effects, reverbs, delays, overdubs and whatever else was going through this dude's head when recording those albums. The closest point of reference in my previous posts would be the work of Bob Bucko Jr, but damn, David Druckner is just so much weirder. Raw, true, densely layered and just impossible to pigeonhole. Channeling the spirits of the original Dadaists and Butthole Surfers. Recommended! All albums available for free on Bandcamp, you can visit his Myspace, too.




4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The link to bandcamp is missing. the stuff on myspace is jizz worthy tho.

rattlestick said...
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rattlestick said...

http://paintedfaces.bandcamp.com/

This is some soul right here in this modern day chaos, low fi high flying abstraction with an oddly poppy flare. fresh to say the least...

Anonymous said...

thank you