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new humans

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From the systematic meltdown of Sabbath doom riffage to the relentless super deformation of Riley and Branca’s legacy, each track builds and clear cuts at the same time.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. You must be free
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2. White
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3. Mandolin Song
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4. E.E.E.E.
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5. Reverse Sabbath
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6. Ready Set Go
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Album Notes
On New Human’s new self-titled CD, the minimalist impulse is harnessed across disparate lines to create raw and improbable compositions, rendering an almost visual experience to listening. Unraveled, deconstructed and repurposed: sonic passages and genre motifs are treated as block and geometric progressions of sound, noise and rhythm. From the systematic meltdown of Sabbath-like doom riffage to the relentless super deformation of Riley and Branca’s legacy, each track builds and clear cuts at the same time – documenting a body of performances and installation projects by the New Humans in the past two years.

New Humans is a hand silk-screened limited edition CD of 200 with custom insert.

Formed in 2003, Brooklyn based New Humans make collaborative works including music, video, art installations, clothing collaborations, and sound recordings. Founding members Mika Tajima and Howie Chen, along with one or two rotating members, construct site-specific installations informed by minimalism and Op art, in which they create orchestral, experimental sound environments. Repetitive patterning, collapse of boundary and object, and the unraveling of seriality over time are continuing visual and aural elements.

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Brooklyn's New Humans blur the boundaries between art and rock, exploring the spatial possibilties between sound and vision ... Whatever their artistic bent, New Humans rock, but in a fashion that questions both the means and the response. (Wire)

[New Humans] is somewhere in the Ernstalbrecht Stiebler meets Black Flag camp (newmusicbox)

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