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The Localization of Noise and Its Endowment with Form

by Lampchops

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Part I 20:56
Part II 05:57
Part III 11:20
Part IV 06:14


Four tracks of string-saturated improvisation from Toronto's Colin Fisher and Simeon Abbott. Both players are serious multi-instrumentalists, but this set features them exclusively on ghuzeng and prepared guitar, respectively. Sounds like what might've happened if Strange Strings had been more fully fleshed-out and stripped down. Recorded to cassette four-track by Aaron Leaney at Somewhere There in Toronto, late 2008.

originally released as:
edition of 50 copies, color covers in plastic sleeves
sold out


released June 1, 2009

Simeon Abbott plays prepared electric guitar
Colin Fisher plays guzheng

all songs by S.Abbott/C. Fisher (SOCAN)

Recorded live to 4-track cassette January 22/2009 by Aaron Leaney at Somewhere There (Toronto, ON)
mixed and mastered by A. Leaney and Simeon Abbott @ 1065
layout/artwork by Chris Dadge

Thanks to everyone who has played with and listened to Lamp Chops!

Also, thanks to the following enablers: Scott Thomson, Aaron Leaney, Chris Dadge.


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