Husbands comes out in late October and will probably appeal to fans of WZT Hearts (obviously) and to those who enjoy some of our more recent avant-releases like Mountains, Lithops, David Daniell and Douglas McCombs and Lokai.
Imbogodom are the UK's Alexander Tucker and New Zealand's Daniel Beban. The Metallic Year is their Thrill Jockey debut and first release under the Imbogodom moniker. Mutual friends in sound exploration, this Trans-Atlantic duo create other-worldly transmissions where improvisation gives way to mutated song forms and intricate soundscapes.
Jhené (born Jhene Aiko Chilombo on March 16, 1988), is an American pop/R&b singer. She was formerly signed to T.U.G./Epic Records, home to Marques Houston and Omarion, but left due to delays with her debut album “My Name Is Jhene.” She is the younger sister of R&B singer Mila J, and the “cousin” of former B2K member Lil’ Fizz (a marketing ploy used to introduce Jhene to the B2K audience).
Window Twins is the recorded brainchild of Tim Cohen and Jon Bernson. You've seen us in previous episodes as Black Fiction and Ray's Vast Basement. Our vinyl debut drops February 24th on Broken Twilight and Howells Transmitter.
Based in St.Louis, Joseph Raglani is a veteran of the experimental sub-underground, having released an LP, tapes, CD-R's, and small-run CDs through labels such as Gameboy, IDES, Kvist and his own Pegasus Farms.
Lokai's debut album continues a brilliant run of form for the Mego- allied Mosz label. This Austrian duo, comprising Florian Kmet and Stefan Németh, centre their spare, measured explorations on the many sounds of the electric guitar: leaving openended arpeggios hanging in elegantly distressed space and garlands of feedback intertwined with fiendishly processed electronic noise.
There are two bands named taco Leg. The first is a shambolic punk band from Perth, Western Australia. They are known for their controversial live shows and unique musical ability. www.myspace.com/tacoleg . They have released a cassette, a 7” record with Fan Death Records from Maryland and a split cassette with Constant Mongrel.