We welcome to our young family Oz instrumentalist Dan McGirr.
Having previously self-released solo works in private cd-r runs, McGirr has recently moved himself from the dusty shoegazing guitars of “Sanguine Clock” and “Chemical Trigger” to a more blissful and droning electronic sounds. Partly inspired by Medieval and early Baroque structures but also rooted on the vulgarity of the urban existence of his country, “Crossings” focus on textural and repetitive harmonies that expand and contract to reveal choral like drones that flicker and hover as the blended fragments collide with one another to form a new whole.
An intense 60-minute trip in the isolation and everyday’s dangers of the mind.
For us it’s recalling the beauty of some Type Recordings’s best works, from Jefre-Cantu Ledesma’s “Love Is A Stream” to the recent tribalist outings of Mike Weis and Deaf Center’s most solemn moments.