Warm swathes of keyboard and guitar. Household electronics. Patch chords yanked from live amps. Room event. Silences. It's all pulled off with the casual inevitability of a dull joke, that is to say, Vitrine is nothing but proud to announce the label-debut of Japanese sound artist 010001111000.
lmof leapfrogs back in time past the 2000s and 90s to a lily pad of cracked sound shared by Dome, Richard H. Kirk's Disposable Half Truths cs, and the more far-flung reaches of the Ylem canon. Perhaps one can hear Semool entirely separated from its umbilical chord of Black Sabbath and acid rock, left to find its way amidst the burn of cheap box amps and answering machines.
There's no orthodoxy to the sound, as it touches upon the most adventurous of post-punk and abstract Industrial, steering clear of the tropes and traps of genre. EVPs for a secular transcript. Volume variations and interference provide vibrant color to both alienation and unbridled creativity. Pastels on line paper. Computations which don't add up. 010001111000 closes the circle begun by Safe House on VT03, but then erases it from the page. An exciting new voice in uncommon sound. A mind forever voyaging to the social debris beyond climate. More sound from Vitrine. Limited to 100 copies.