Trouble books and mark mcguire
Trouble Books And Mark McGuire – Song For Reiner Lucassen’s Sphinx [MP3] | Dummy MagExternal image. Often times, the congregation of collaged sounds seem to speak though silenced after the minute mark. Painters of pastiche, paste recollection, paint reverie. Many of you may have by now picked up on my adore of these artists. And so it continues.
Trouble Books & Mark McGuire
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The Cleveland-based guitarist and Emeralds member joins up with the Akron-based husband-and-wife duo for a collaborative, self-released LP. If you were in a band and looking for a hired-gun guitarist, Mark McGuire probably wouldn't be the first name to pop into your head. There's a distinct chance the Cleveland-based solo artist and member of tweaked-out futurist outfit Emeralds might take your record and run away with it. The two factions built most of these songs by improving upon one another's already half-formed ideas; figuring out where one party's contribution stops and the other starts soon becomes impossible. Trouble Books seem to work in negative space, letting their insect-like electronic chatterings, spare string pieces, and slow-burning, upward-sloping synths litter the calm. McGuire snakes through these structures in a number of attention-grabbing ways, filling the molds with recognizable, frenetic layerings one moment "The Golden Waste" and unleashing a scorching hair-metal wail "Song for Reinier Lucassen's Sphinx" the next. The good-natured piggybacking coheres into a unified and direct whole.
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