Label: Perimeter Records (2) – PR-001 Format: Vinyl, LP Country: US Released: 1986 Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock Style: Art Rock, Experimental, Free Improvisation
First vinyl outing in a series of three private releases on Perimeter Records from Robert Hollis and Christopher Swartz. DIY to the core, it's tricky to pin this one down, but it's an interesting home-brewed concoction of gloomy art-rock drums, jittery electronics and field recordings (listed as 'environments tapes' in the credits <3 ). It flows nicely, breaking up the heavier drum-led pieces with these little instrumental skits that range from hyperkinetic synth patches to pulsating, industrial malfunctions. A real melting pot! So much so, it's difficult (for me at least) to really understand what their influences were for this - which is also the beauty of it. With inserts outlining instruments used and further information. (Vinyl / Sleeve NM ((in shrink but open)).