Speculum Fight - Green mp3 flac
- Album: Green
- MP3: 1261 mb | FLAC: 1911 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Noise
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 379
- Format: TTA AHX MP3 RA AU AIFF MMF
Speculum Fight, otherwise known as Damion Romero, deals with tones and frequencies that are very seductive to the listener. To achieve these soundscapes, Romero builds a variety of custom-made devices. These include microphones that look like small wooden boxes, and antique audio test-equipment re-wired as feedback generators. In one of his 1996 performances in Los Angeles, Romero would quietly sit in a chair. Between two very large speakers, he would be gently shaking what looked like a small flat wooden box with wires coming out. The resulting sound was both staggering and monumental
Speculum Fight is a Los Angeles-based experimental music project formed in 1992 by Slug bassist Damion Romero. The compositions originally began as explorations of noise and eventually moved to a more ambient, psychoacoustic sound, utilizing bass, tape and custom-made effects pedals. Under the Speculum Fight moniker, Romero has contributed to the recordings of several musical groups, including that dog.
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Speculum Fight is a Los Angeles-based experimental music project formed in 1992 by Slug bassist Damion Romero. The actual greatest hits album "Mayu Natsu Selection" (means "Best Summer Selection by Mayumi") with 15 songs is also enclosed herewith, splendidly. Tobou yo!" ( and "Tsuki to Kaerimichi" ( both contained by "Mayu Natsu Selection", are initially selected for an album. CD1 - Fight!! Prism (プリズム). Lyrics: Shinichi Asada.
Floral Green is the group's second LP, and it drops on September 18 through SideOneDummy. Prior to the official release date, though, you can stream the whole thing on Exclaim. Fans of Shed will doubtless be won over by this album, too, since Floral Green isn't too much of a stylistic departure. As the press release notes, it's "a continuation record, in both the if-it-ain't-broken sense and the onward-and-upward sense