Deformation of Tone


LP (Total Black 165) - TOTAL BLACK

Joe DColley might be better known as CRAWL UNIT.
With Crawl Unit Joe begann his experiments productions in the early 90es...

"Joe Colley’s skeleton key is an intra-dimensional sense of humor.
It exists in a place between and beyond dry, deadpan, and defeatist, and is not actually funny.
He has a knack for unlocking the essence of the absurdly uncomplicated, elevating it to a place of near-iconic significance and leaving it there.
Hovering in a void.
Or mashed in the jowl of an insect getting doused with regurgitated chyme and rumen bacteria.
Consistent with his past efforts, Deformation Of Tone contains no sturm und drang or exhausting drama.
This spectacle-free album delivers abrasive-adjacent electronic judders cloaked in a feeling of intimacy distilled from primordial ooze.
Opening voices dissolve into Lucierian mosaic yammer, and plummet into a negative space populated by an unadorned clicking, that most elemental physical manifestation of audio phenomena, the antithesis of awareness and enlightenment and transcendence.
Of sentience, even.
A quintessential example of his streamlined, efficient hilarity. T
he episodes continue without pause, as if one is moving through an exhibition.
Compared to Colley’s work, which he once described as “little noises arranged on a piece of plastic,” a lot of other noise seems hell-bent on shameless over-compensation.
His material has always been low-key, and Deformation."
*** Seymour Glass / Bananafish

A1  Transcend
A2  Rot 9
A3  ...
A4  Threshold
A5  Pandora Feedback
A6  Rot 3
A7  ...
B1  Fascination
B2  Rot 11
B3  Until Everything Miserable Disappears
B4  Rot 5
B5  ...
B6  Failure To Adapt

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