Tagged: weird

Stull’s Dust and Butter

Dust and Butter is the third installment in a series of composite pieces by my trio Stull.

Original percussion/field recording concept recorded by Tracy. Stephen and Jeff responded to Tracy’s piece separately, with no awareness of each other’s track beyond that. Jeff put the various parts together, massaged them into being all that they truly could be, and here are the completely bizarro results.

Recording finalized 7/8/19 at The Subversive Workshop.

Tracy Harris – percussion, keyboards, kazoo, vocals & field recordings
Stephen McClurg – synth/keys, bass & art
Jeff McLeod – synth & massage

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Another assemblage of Stull…

Originally a raw percussion/field recording concept recorded by Tracy. Stephen and Jeff worked on responses to Tracy’s piece separately, each writing in the key of E (mostly for the gargling) with no awareness of each other’s track beyond that. Jeff put the various parts together, massaged them into a little further being, and here are the truly weird results. Free listening and downloads on the Stull Soundcloud page. Be sure and follow for new tracks and updates.

Recording finalized 5/14/19 at The Subversive Workshop.

Tracy Harris – percussion & field recordings
Stephen McClurg – synth & art
Jeff McLeod – synth & massage

Free Musicks Floating In A Ghost Town

Been working hard on another volume of Joyless Noise. Submitted a finished track called “Fog Dial” to the awesome Psycho Raidio. And, yes, that is the way it is spelled. It’s a channel that streams music to play played alongside a killer boardgame called Psycho Raiders. But that’s another story…

Speaking of stories, I’ve got a creepy little thing at The Five Hundred called Seneth.

I’m hoping to have Joyless Noise, Volume 3 competed and available by Xmas. In preparation for this, and in joyless celebration of cheapness in a cheap world, I’ve changed all my Bandcamp music back to a free/pay-what-you-want model. Piles of music and hard work out there for anyone who cares or wants it.

I’m gonna stack some players up for your listening (dis)pleasure. Try playing them all at once. At work. Or to run off people who won’t leave your house. Or as a soundtrack backing up you doing something bad.