Please, Fill Your Bindle!

by The Most Amazing Century Of Science

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Originally slated to be pressed to 7-inch vinyl for Private Leisure Industries, "Please, Fill Your Bindle!" captures The Most Amazing Century Of Science at its most inventive point to date. On this now virtual release, the six-member ensemble takes advantage of the solid line up focusing on writing, arranging, and utilizing the potentials of the studio to bring these ten compositions to life. They have traded the aleatoric and improvisatory nature of their earlier works in favor of thick expansions into the lands of unusual form, catchy and/or disjointed melody, and chromatic to outright-atonal harmony; trudging through whatever genre fits the content. Still in tact, thankfully, are the manic juxtapositions coupled with preferences for brevity that have been the group's hallmarks of the past seven years.

credits

released 26 February 2013
Gabriel Crouch - guitar, electric guitar, effects processors, amps, voice; Christopher Scott Davis - keyboards, voice, effects processors, amps, photography; Dylan Hawes-Glynn - guitar, electric guitar, effects processors, amps, sitar, glockenspiel, voice, production, album design and layout; Jeremy Trotter, drum set, percussion, tabla, voice; Christopher Watts - alto saxophone, clarinet, sarangi, voice, engineering, mixing; Zebulon Wiggs - electric double bass, electric fretless bass, 5-string electric bass, effects processors, amps, voice, engineering.

with
Matthew Beach - vibraphone; Jeff McLeod - theremin, Moog™ guitar; Snack Plissken - catering; Dillion Smith - mastering

©2013 The Most Amazing Century of Science

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