Album Review

Quitter, Andrew – “Mountain Hymns for City Rats” – [DumpsterScore Home Recordings]

whngr   6/23/2022   A Library, CD

Strange electronic atmosphere, narcoleptic astral travelling with fantastic storylines. Refractive liquid entities and hovering mechanical serpents, cave fog, invisible derelict repulsion amplifiers, tremulous IRM’s, sine v cosine anomalies, post-sentient mist magnifiers, withering wind with meter, non-linear melting suppositions, unearthly haze, revulsive rodent rhythms, pendulant green lasers, and curious gutter waifs (a rare variety of urban faerie that will inhabit entrances to the subterranean world).  Every/thing is sound. nothing is ex/accepted. Meandering, bizarre, and transcendent..
Andrew Quitter (Regosphere) is from the Midwest and has stated an early interest in punk/crust/powerviolence/metal citing Crass, Flux of Pink Indians, Man Is The Bastard which would thrust him into the noise, where he resides still. However, lately it is less harsh and more expansively divergent, exploring myriad disciplines through recording (field and otherwise), prepared instrument builder, microphone destroyer, graphic design both digital and antiquated, what sounds to this miserable volunteer, an incredible amount of correspondence, along with running a tape label. Currently based in the Pacific Northwest and the responsible party behind DumpsterScore, a prolific DIY, Heavy Electronics label active since 2003.
Portland – 2019

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