Made using blank cassettes, empty and modified walkmans, contact mics, magnets, tape loops, homemade twin-walkman looper, field recordings, no-input mixer, nebulophone, phonic taxidermist and various pedals.
Diurnal Burdens is Ross Scott-Buccleuch (who is also 1/2 of Liminal Haze).
Previous releases have appeared on Invisible City Records and Matching Head.
supported by 14 fans who also own “Cancelled Tangents”
A totally absorbing album, I love how the subtleties and intricacies grab and hold your attention. Melodies and rhythms weave around drone and noise elements which themselves have great movement. Field recordings add tension, at times there's a mechanical feel yet each song also feels like an unfolding story that you are a part of. Andrulian
supported by 11 fans who also own “Cancelled Tangents”
Gum chewing combined with Contrabass hums inside a cave.
A big giant snake that is dreaming with three headed dogs roaring.
Strings and Papers attached to the very center of earth.
And woooods wooodss woooods everywhere