Genre: natural ambient - drone
Shortly, acting logical but making music with her feelings, she hopes one day our planet will be a peaceful place without wars.
Genre: acoustic improvisation
Tracks recorded between 2006 and 2011.
There will eventually be a physical CDr version of this album. Each CD will have
unique packaging and
contain an extra track at the end unique to that specific copy (tracks vary mostly
between 1 and 3 minutes in length) - you cannot buy this through Bandcamp, but if
you would like a copy you can email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) to obtain one.
Dedicated to Jaymes Darvid Gebhaste.
released 14 January 2011
all tracks by QWE - 4, 5, 6, 12-string guitars, ukuleles and similar instruments.
some source material on "Broken" taken from a Sleepytime Gorilla Museum live
performance, April 16th, 2009 in Chicago, IL
Most of these were recorded and uploaded as 32bit 48khz, but some were
recorded at 16bit 44.1khz.
"Guitar Rain" is somewhat of a trans-code from mp3 as the original file is gone.
Genre: drone, boredom, noise
1-Baptism of Those Who Have Gone
2-How Very Much I Loved You
3-Hoarding Memories for an Uneventful Future ( Monkeeastronaut on drums, Elia on sax )
4-The Slowest of Days
5-Eventually, He’ll Come
Genre: old school industrail hate
|WHY | “We Hate You” SR023|
Genre: experimental-disco perversion-visions of apocalypse
wondering why they are so keen on destroying themselves…
we have witnessed their wisdom perish,
we have have stared at them torturing each other,
we have grieved for their twisted souls,
we have mourned their dying planet,
we have flown across time and space seeking
desperately an unknown entity to punish them
but in the end we surrendered to their unbeatable evil nature…
hopeless dark angels, we came back to whisper our song to them:
“human kind is a crime: we hate you!”