I Can Hear The Sirens Screaming Again


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Glasgow’s Ruaridh Law is as prolific as he is talented, with a multitude of aliases and projects to his name. From the prose inspired electronics of The Marcia Blaine School For Girls, his drone project as Accrual ( with Alasdair Satchel), the infamy of The Village Unit (live spoof ragga collaboration with fellow Marcian, Production Unit), his more techno leaning club sounds as TVO, plus several varied releases to his name as The Village Orchestra.

This project, ‘Sirens…’ was originally inspired after Ruaridh was introduced to the the magical surrealism of Takashi Miike’s ‘MPD Psycho’, a Japanese television series horror/comedy/art masterpiece akin to Lynch producing a mashup of Garth Marenghi vs. ‘The Ring’. From a conversation with one of the organisers of Glasgow’s Triptych festival came the idea to do a live soundtrack to the first episode to the series for one of the Triptych events. For the performance, and appearing on this recording, Ruaridh invited several other friends into the fold, including Konx-om-pax(Display Copy), Production Unit(HPLL), Erstlaub(HPLL), and Chris Dooks(Benbecula).

At just shy of an hour in length, it’s a deathly beautiful journey into sound processing and manipulation, through varying scenes and emotions, sounds and textures slipping into and out of your range of perception; standing aesthetically in it’s own sonic right, but also as an immersive and engaging aural mystery as your brain tries to piece together the sonic c(l)ues into a cohesive narrative.

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