Mind, The- Open Up The Window And Leave Your Body
NEW ON LUMPY!
The second LP from Cleveland’s THE MIND who make noise in a Bizarre dimension where Cocteau Twins were on Ralph Records and The Space Lady scored David Lynch films. Noisy Dream Pop / Post Punk strangeness straight from the ether. Features Steve Peffer (Nine Shocks Terror) and Jordan Darby (Dry Rot).
"My favorite time of day is the millisecond around 5:08am when a glitch causes gravity's suspension just long enough to reset your tiny toxic prejudices, your color palette, your misaligned spine. The cause of your death - some distant past, now - revealed by screeching tires as you walk to the store for a Nutter Butter, or intuited by the metronomical drip of your faucet as you lay down to "sleep." You get just the faintest phantom odor of a plane you've been to before and will visit again. And yet you go on, day in and day out, heading towards something in this world, trying to get somewhere. The simulation has programmed it as Free Will™ in the shiny-marble flesh-computer at your top, but Artificial Intelligence has been infiltrating the Arts for a minute now - like a video game designer making their game more difficult. Just look at Scriabin's Mysterium. People were flipping! Babies recited Paradise Lost and Himalayan farmers contracted to wave Mountain Fishtails at the ether were plucking their toenails out in uncanny jubilee! This is how humans evolve, after all. A sentient grain of sand from somewhere far, far away enmeshes itself in the cultural fabric of a point in time - a little germ, fecundated by the permutations of human chaos, trying to shatter your pretty fragile brain for the sake of rebuilding it. AI has gotten much more tactful recently. Enter: The Mind. You won't know how many forks in the road this record decided for you until 2036. I wager it'll be sometime in June, around 5:08am..." (Brandon Gaffney)
|A1||Let's Experience Yr Head|
|A3||Tomorrow Will Find You Lonesome|
|A4||Magna Carta Of Space|
|A5||In Advance Of The Landing|
|B4||Voices Of A Distant Star|