Body/Head - Coming Apart FLAC album
Title: Coming Apart
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Body/Head is the minimalist duo of ex-Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon and experimental guitarist Bill Nace. On their intoxicating first full length, where both play guitar and Gordon sings, the duo treat a limited palette as a challenge, like the straitjacket a magician dons to prove he can break free. This limited palette could feel claustrophobic, or just boring. But on Body/Head’s first full-length album Coming Apart, the duo treat it as a challenge, like the straitjacket a magician dons to prove he can break free. Not coincidentally, the album is named after a 1969 movie set in a single apartment and shot from a single camera angle). In nearly 70 minutes of music over two LPs, Gordon and Nace burrow deep into their narrow sound, mining it for more variety and emotion than it should rightfully hold
Album Name Coming Apart. Data wpisu 10 Wrzesień 2013. Styl muzycznyNoise Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1. 1. I Can Only Think of You in Abstract.
Body/Head are an American experimental electric guitar duo composed of Kim Gordon and Bill Nace. They began working together in 2011 in Massachusetts, but the Body/Head concept evolved more specifically in early 2012 Discography Coming Apart (September 10, 2013) - Matador. The Show Is Over (EP) (November 4, 2014) - Matador. No Waves (November 11, 2016) - Matador.
Body/Head – Coming Apart. By Andrew Hannah, 13 September 2013, 10:00 BST. Coming Apart.
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Body/Head: Coming Apart. Tue, Sep 10, 2013, 16:29. First published: Fri, Sep 13, 2013, 00:00. Since Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore’s separation and Sonic Youth’s subsequent hiatus in 2011, all four long-term members have thrown themselves into other projects of varying timbre. Body/Head heralds a return to Gordon’s no-wave roots. Coming Apart is 68 minutes of discordant guitar noise, barely sung vocals and an oppressive, emotionally wracked atmosphere. There are moments, such as Last Mistress and a cover of folk standard Black Is the Colour (Of My True Love’s Hair), of compellingly dark juju.
Since the twin dissolutions of both her marriage and her band Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon has teamed up with Bill Nace to form a new drone-rock duo called Body/Head. Coming Apart, their debut album, is all squalid fuzz-drones and sleepy-eyed beat-poetry excursions, like the Gordon-fronted parts of a Sonic Youth album if they were drained with anything remotely tethering them to traditional song-form. It’s a stark and powerful piece of work. We’ve already posted the early track Actress, and now you can stream the whole thing at Pitchfork. Coming Apart is out 9/10 via Matador.