Mercurius Forebrain | Furnishing an Airport

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Furnishing an Airport

by Mercurius Forebrain

Sounds like Christy Moore being remotely controlled by Philip K Dick in a haunted ballroom in the bog. They make rhythms with excavated bones. Larynges project the sounds of old horses. The bass heart beats to a Waiting-for-Godot groove.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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Mercurius Forebrain are a trio from the west of Ireland who make sounds like Christy Moore being remotely controlled by Philip K Dick in a haunted ballroom in the bog. They make rhythms with excavated bones. Larynges and mouths project the sounds of old horses and wind on a tin roof. The bass heart beats to a Waiting-for-Godot-groove. Mining the crypts of Croagh Patrick for shiny black gems, while long dead ancestors whisper the words of the blackthorn and whins.

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