new to stock as of
february 23rd, 2009
|heavy tapes (usa) #ht insayngel lp|
insayngel “insayngel” long playing record
- plastic ancestor
- dig yer heels
- lets not forget
- hows it handle
- black rock way
|december 2008 release ; one-off between the rhythm section of sightings (jon lockie and richard hoffman) and excepter’s caitlin cook & calder martin ...|
seeing as excepter’s strong suit has always been their array of squiggly noises &, conversely, sightings’ laser-tight rhythmic structures, this thing has pure win written all over it ... blasted-on-through fidelity helps keep everything gelled, and even when i’m not 100% entirely sold on caitlin’s occasional art-damage / tunnel-void delivery, she squeezes in/out some great cosmic-mantra moves elsewhere ...
tiny edition c/o mike & maya’s heavy tapes ; the last vinyl from them disappeared before i could get in an “eagle” - just sayin’ ...
|heavy tapes press release...|
|insayngel s/t lp|
edition of 500, full color printed covers
we saw insayngel play some time in 2008 or maybe the end of 2007 at glasslands. immediately we said to each other "this band needs to have a record out. let's do it." we talked to the band after the gig and they were down -- it was recorded, mastered by our friend todd cavallo, and sent off to the plant. insayngel is calder, caitlin, richard, and john. calder and caitlin are vizusa and used to jam excepter, and richard and john are the brutal rhythm unit of sightings. an intriguing combination of players to say the least, this lp brings a 30th century sound to the history of new york city. the locked, wrecked rhythms, desparate, gorgeous wails, and shredded, anxious guitars are symphonic, undulating, impossible. a serious now vision that impressed us deeply enough to be the first lp we've ever done.
art by calder, pressed in brooklyn, new york.