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Sun Blues

by Eyeless in Gaza

A 2016 styled distant cousin to 1982’s classic improv/song collaging album, Pale Hands I Loved So Well - and it is already being acclaimed as the definitive Eyeless In Gaza album.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Animal Hate
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2. Solar Logic
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3. Tamarisk
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4. New Take / Notkar
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5. Longing Song
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6. Wind, Sand , Sea & Stars
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7. Unborn
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8. Here I Am, Here I Am
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9. Juniper
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10. Ill-Star
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11. All in the Rainy Morn
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12. You Turn from Me
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13. Long Gon Pa
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Album Notes
Martyn Bates: e-guitars/voices/clarinet/kybds.
Peter Becker: bass/drums/e-guitars/voice/percussions/slide-guitar/piano/wasp/drum-machine/tapes/all engineering & recording.

❖ First album of all-new Eyeless In Gaza material since 2014’s Mania Sour.

❖ Completed August 2016 recorded at A-Scale studios Warwickshire, the Bates/Becker produced Sun Blues sees Eyeless In Gaza offering a 2016 styled distant cousin to 1982’s classic Pale Hands I Loved So Well. In an environment where the studio is very much a musical instrument, the band deliver a collection of filigree musics created via an organic osmosis, layering techniques, together with a painstakingly considered collaging of all elements. Here are instrumental discoveries & improvisations/pictures painted with words – songs that have an inbuilt claustrophobia and sonic density – playfully investigating the soundworlds/territories of the kosmische.

❖ On Sun Blues, of particular note is the combination of Martyn Bates’ at times melancholic, sometimes passionate vocals – which come across exceptionally strongly – teamed with the extraordinary, mercurial bass guitar work of Peter Becker. Sun Blues album would seem to be a groundbreaking distillation of everything that Bates & Becker have ever produced during their 36 year lifespan. Quite simply, Sun Blues is already being acclaimed as the definitive Eyeless In Gaza album.



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