"Maybe The Sweet Honey Pours is made up of discrete short poems sequenced to resemble parts of a long poem composed during a single train ride from NYC to Toronto one midwinter day. In the work, I set out to explore the relationship between sequentiality and narrativity, and the potential unity this would afford poems otherwise deemed fugitive: works-in-progress, thought experiments, guesswork, shards, remnants."
"Beginning An Expedition & Timestream are essentially early Listening Center tracks transferred from a wavering four track cassette recorder; From An Unknown Source is just that, it was found on a tape one day - I have no recollection of making it or where it originated."
released October 11, 2018
Paolo Javier - text and voice
David Mason - synthesizers, drums, tape loops
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A really "precise", spot on album, hitting you like a concrete balcony that breaks apart from a skyscraper and falls on your head from high above. In a good way, that is...seriously, a really fine album. marcfabian