Napatista (U.S.) for Psych/Space
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Topic: Napatista (U.S.) for Psych/Space
Posted: June 09 2013 at 01:02
Joined: December 11 2009
|Posted: June 10 2013 at 17:57|
''Matt Alspaugh and Terence James, whom originally played and recorded what they described as “lo-fi, Goth R&B” in their hometown of Flint, MI, ended up together again in Seattle in 2007. Sharing a love for cinema soundtracks ranging from Giallo to Morricone and Goblin to Earth, Alspaugh and James recorded their full-length Death Rattle at the end of 2010 as Napatista, with help from dummer Jesse Harmonson.
Recorded, mixed and mastered in Alspaugh’s basement in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, Death Rattle betrays its humble origins by offering a mind-bending journey through desert landscapes that require much of the men that dare to traipse there. Inspired in part by the insatiable darkness, spilled blood and endless turmoil of an imagined Mexico - like the one described in Cormac McCarthy’s Border Triology - Death Rattle’s 14 tracks combine the atmosphere of desolate-sounding Western soundtracks with the unsettling otherworldliness of the synthesized textures of ‘80s electronic music to offer the patient listener a nightmarish travelogue replete with confusion, nihilism and the insignificance of man in an unforgiving and alien landscape.''
Cool band. I'll alert the Psych Team.
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