Lord Mute sees the cosmically aligned team-up of Maxwell Allison (Good Willsmith, Mukqs, Hausu Mountain) and fellow Chicago sonic sorcerer Jason Soliday (J. Soliday if you nasty) in a no-holds barred throw-down of patch-cable hermetics and manic concrete divination.
Together, the two seemingly bend time as their own with "Narita Rikon", cracking open the skull with the impact of a firehose blast of the full cache of the information age. A sensory overload of all possible realities converging at a single moment. A thousand lifetimes of data-transmissions to unpack, decode and explore. All the answers are disclosed, you just have to unmask the questions.
released November 30, 2016
J. Soliday: Eurorack, Gadgetry
Maxwell Allison: Cassette 4-Track, Loop Pedals
Recorded Live on 09/20/2016 in a six-sided room.
Sliced, mixed and mastered by J. Soliday
Artwork by Max
This is a cool tape. Chami summons a pretty tremendous amount of warmth out of her electronics, and she has the voice of an angel. I sometimes listen to this tape when I want to think warm and fuzzy thoughts about humanity. Mike DeRoitr
Everytime Mukqs comes out w/ a new tape it's his best yet. This one is old now. Travel down the lane of nostalgia to hear Mukqs at the top of his game circa Jan. 2018, before he leveled-up several times over in the interim between then & now. Mike DeRoitr