U41 | Sala | scare me not
scare me not I_excerpt
scare me not II_excerpt
format : CD ltd to 200 hand numbered copies
all copies come with an additional art card on 300gr satin paper
release year : 2017
length : 64’50
scare me not I
scare me not II
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: info :
Kid’s memories – they haunt like wild hounds, persecute in dreams and execute their unknown goals till the final bell tolls. Then, there, again, with every passage through these familiar places I fall into disorientation, my vertigo increases, breath sporadically quickening – they are here, they appear as large structures in the clearing, speaking in the elementary language of silence and decay. Monsters out of time with inanimate coral-like metal webs, dead but dreaming cthulhoid relatives on the ground calling me voicelessly, dissolving my selves till I surrender…scare me not, scare me not!
Iron elementals braided with iconic cosmogonies – corrosion eaten machines from soviet era, betrayed, forgotten, despiritualized. What can they tell to me, what spells do their amuletic screws still possess ? Carefully I crawl with ears open, all my senses tense in almost orgiastic state, seduction is inevitable! Low hum and creaks! Chtulhu speaks! Scare me not, scare me not…
In awe I operate in devastated state with esoteric surgical instruments of sonar knowledge extracting, deconstructing and re-constructing again the digital phonic golem to fight my phantasmal childhood hounds. Rhythm and incantation, low drone and colourless all-negation. Swarm of rust lifted by the wind from gasoline saturated ground. Scare me not, scare me not…
(Audrius Simkunas, December 2016)
: reviews :
I always like hearing new music from Unfathomless. This one is hard to pin down :
lots of field recording ambience blended with performative editing and environmental manipulation.
Quite dark and multi-layered.
actually, this changes quite a lot throughout the first track!
very diverse, some dubby elements here that I would not expect from an Unfathomless release;
a very constructed, rhythmic middle section develops, with hints of Coil and Zoviet France in the mix, though stripped way down and without the same kind of emotional dimension… this feels more voyeuristic.