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Memetics, Deep Green and Wasted Youth Party @ The Well, Knoxville, TN – 4.17.2012

Memetics is a project by Aaron Shugart-Brown and Arrison Kirby.  Nathan Brown (Obadiah, Hypencrunk, Soulbot) will also be joining them on this evening.  Click here to check out an old session with just Aaron and Arrison.

Deep Green is a new, more jazz oriented project featuring some of Knoxville’s finest musicians:  Dave Eckman, Dustin Milotte, Grant Parker, Patrick Morgan and Judson Clinton.  Click here to check out their sound.

Wasted Youth Party is a brand new project by Wesley Wyrick (DolpynRydyr, COP, Star Mountain).  Not sure where to find any of it online so I guess you will have to just come see.

If you have a Facebook, please RSVP on the event page.

 

The Dadada is streaming “You’ve Gotta Go” by COP

That’s right.  The Dadada is streaming “You’ve Gotta Go,” the opening track from Urgency by COP.

Click here to check it out.

You will find it at the bottom of the page.  Last entry for the day.

Sonic Masala reviews “Money Games” by COP.

This was a pretty low key release, with very little promotion.  Sonic Masala, however, picked up on it with favorable things to say.

Click here to check out their review.

You have to scroll down the page a bit to see it.  It’s punctuated with the album cover.

 

“Arctic Low” – by American Panda vs. Flo Rida vs. Arrison Kirby

Click to download the track.

“Arctic Low” – American Panda vs. Flo Rida vs. Arrison Kirby

I’m not entirely sure why I put these things together.  I LOVE the original American Panda track, “Panda Travels to the Center of the Arctic Circle.”  As for Flo Rida’s dance classic, “Low,” well I just can’t believe that song is over four minutes long.  Ridiculous.

But hey!  The Panda song is actually longer, albeit less grating for sure.  I sped it up as a result, matching it to the vocal speed, rather than the vocal speed to it.  That kinda wrecks the magical feel that “Arctic Circle” essentially has, replacing it with whatever this is.

urgency by COP

COP
urgency
2011

“You’ve Gotta Go”
“Botched Operation”
“Formal Misgivings”
“Money Games”
“Filthy South”

Produced, mixed and mastered by Arrison Kirby
Composed by COP

Arrison Kirby – electronics, guitar, beats
Wesley Wyrick – electronics
SK – drums

Stream it on Spotify

Purchase it on Amazon

New El Deth Release: urgency by COP – available 12.27.2011

That’s right.  Just beyond Christmas, El Deth will be unveiling its fifteenth release.

As the onesheet reads…

COP is a session project by Arrison Kirby (Never Sorry, Obadiah), Wesley Wyrick (DolphynRydyr, Star Mountain) and SK (The Glaring Sound).   

 Urgency was recorded at El Studio, Knoxville, TN in 2010 and subsequently edited, mixed and mastered by Arrison Kirby.  The name is a true reflection of the form; as this session was recorded in a single, very, very loud take.  By the second track, “Botched Operation,” the force of the sound was shaking beer bottles off the back of the studio’s piano.  Undeterred, the trio pressed on through these five movements of sound, their order on the disc being no different from the order recorded.

 This disc marks the fifteenth release from the El Deth recording label.  It will be digitally available on Spotify, iTunes  and all other major online distributors on December 27th, 2011.  The track, “Money Games” is currently available for free MP3 download at www.eldeth.com. 

And here is that track…

“Money Games” – COP

 

 

New Years 2011 – 2010.12.31 – Never Sorry / Wesley Wyrick – [Arrison Kirby, Katie Collins, Megan Driscoll, Rachel Jae, Dane Hill and Wes Wyrick]

Click to download the tracks:

“Untitled as Yet”
“Undershots”
“Kiss Me On My Dick (For New Years)”
“8.16”
“Blue”
“Moo Year” (Wesley Wyrick solo set)

So we decided to have a very last minute, quietish but open New Years session. I was really really sick and also got drunk. I stayed awake and played music as long as I could stand to. Wes Wyrick [American Panda, Soulbot, Star Mountain] joined us with his sound as well. Eventually the night culminated into a viewing of Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers.

“Untitled as Yet” – I know I’m playing drums on this one and it’s totally way different than any way we’ve played it before. I think Dane and Wes are both on guitar maybe? I don’t know. I can’t pick this apart. It’s really bad ass though.

“Undershots” – This is a pretty full on Never Sorry / Wes Wyrick collaborative track. Possibly my favorite among these all. There’s something foreign and playful to it. Wes is definitely on his electronics for this one.

“Kiss Me on My Dick (For New Years)” – I had no idea about this song until we were playing it. Apparently, though, it had some preliminary attention focused on it by Rachel and Dane. So I presume they wrote it, and I can say with certainty that they introduced it to me. In any case, this was what we were all doing when we crossed into 2011. Notice it’s only got false countdowns. This was intentional.

“8.16” – This is apparently me solo. We weren’t running through our normal set up. We were all plugged into a single board, which was plugged into the recording board, plugged into a receiver, which was carrying the music to speakers upstairs. So when I played this shit through that set up, it came out like this. All jitter water or something.  Normally this is the song called “Sarabeth.”

“Blue” – I guess we couldn’t resist the old standard. Good job on it, really.

“Moo Year” – This is Wes Wyrick’s 23 minute continuous set from that night. He called it something else initially, but I forget what it was. Then I saw him somewhere recently and he said he wanted to call it “Moo Year.” So cool. It is.

Katie Collins – omnichord
Megan Driscoll –  flute, tambourine
Dane Hill – guitar, bass, vocals
Rachel Jae – auxillary percussion, vocals
Arrison Kirby – guitar, words, beats, keys, drums
Wesley Wyrick – electronics, beats, guitar perhaps