Album Review

Million Brazilians – "Urban Fossickated Octave" – [Feeding Tube Records]

humana   2/9/2020   12-inch, A Library

Million Brazilians have moved to Maine where Caleb Mulkerin of Big Blood is. He did the tape loops and treatments on this album, as well as the engineering, recording, mixing, and mastering. Suzanne Stone’s alto sax is pretty great in the way it keeps the jazz feeling going amidst all the weird wonderfulness that makes this band hard to pinpoint. Grant Corum is of course on board, bringing especially interesting vocal directions to “Ectoplasm Programmed Dream (with Guide),” and Tom Kovacevic adds piano and synth at the end of Side 1. This is an almost droning, building aural experience and just right for the KFJC library.

you heard it 16 times on kfjc! most recently:
  • today, Mance played File 2: Body Training 1
  • today, Milo Minderbender played File 2: Body Training 1
  • today, Ras Babo played Body Training 2
  • today, Thee Opinataur played The Hermespere
  • 2 days ago, Bully Demise played Release of The Ectoplasmic Mystagogue In Three Movements:
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