One of two new Baghouse releases is now available on Bandcamp. The first one is called Live From Kenney Ridge, It’s Saturday Night. This is a 20-minute piece recorded at a recent show in Athens, GA, and I think it is a really strong, successful improvisation. I focused mainly on created large scale drone sheets with the Moog guitar, while Jeff and Andy completely locked in, beautifully laid it down and quickly launched things into outer space. A great night. It’s a free/pay what you want download, so go give it a listen, if you’re so inclined. We’ve got another intense session from last year set to be released soon, too. I will keep you posted.
By the way, Baghouse will be playing this Saturday night, March 8, in Athens, GA at Hendershot’s, so come on out and get folded along with space and time, if you’re in the area. We’ll also be playing on WUOG’s Live In The Lobby in Athens on April 24, where you can tune in live to the broadcast. More soon!
I have enjoyed myself immensely making music this year. I’ve gathered up all the noise I’ve created in 2013 and put it here for full streaming. I hope you have a blast listening, and might want to pick up copies/downloads for your ears. Most things I personally release outside of what is put out there by other labels are priced from $1 to $5. Every little bit really helps me in being able to continue doing one of the few things that I truly love.
I deeply appreciate everyone who has supported all my work along the way. I can never thank you enough.
Below are players for everything I’ve done in 2013! Fire ’em up, enjoy…and thank you!
I Wonder What Ever Became Of Me: Deep, deep drone on Moog guitar, live through csGrain.
Baghouse – 3/16/13: Time-bending improvisation on Moog guitar with Baghouse from Athens, GA.
Fantasy Violence – Frangments: Instrumental electronic music created completely on a pair of iPads via Dropbox with my friend Christopher Davis (Battle Path) from TN. Limited edition tapes here.
Mothmeat – Instrumental acoustic guitar music with my friend Drew Martin (BPM, Distant Kin).
Migration Of The Device – Originally conceived to be on half of a split lp. Could happen one day. Until then, there are these 4 digital incantations. Massive electronics & curses.
Suckbuddy – Two Lips: 2nd release by my buddy Keith Goodwin (Liquid Brick, Pferd) and I wiring up our synths and making one huge instrument.
Borne Down Upon: My third solo recording of dark electronic music. Completes a trilogy of recordings that I began in 2011. My favorite of the three.
Without Hope: Longform drone on the Moog guitar. Recorded live on the air on WUOG in Athens, GA.
All this, plus even more racket can be found at jeffmcleod.net. Thanks for listening!