New Zealand’s Andrew Moon has spent the past decade plus as RST, finding the one thing the electric guitar was truly meant to do — make a holy noise. Somewhere between the hum of the amplifier and the vibration of untouched strings lies electricity’s nervous system. Sound reduced to its cold essentials. Unsettled waves sluiced through luxuriant effects and delays. The gristle of the electrical grid harnessed and reconfigured as exquisite ostinato.
Edited by dopeydad on 24 Feb 2009, 17:19
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