Geoff Mullen composed droning and softly cacophonous music for guitar, banjo and
electronics on Thrtysxtrllnmnfstns (Entschuldigen, 2006). It sounded like
John Fahey's progressive folk being remixed by a glitch musician, or like
Keith Fullerton Whitman gone folk.
The Air in Pieces (Last Visible Dog, 2006) and
Bongo Closet (Type, 2010)
indulged in dense
subsonic distortions whose original sources were impossible to detect.
The double-LP Armory Radio (Barge Recordings, 2007) increased the
sense of disorientation with constantly shifting textures and continuously
evolving patterns, still maintaining a low register throughout.
If The Air in Pieces had focused on the vertical "depth" of sound,
Armory Radio focused on the horizontal development of sound.
This is more of a journey than a meditation.
November 28 2009 (Upstairs, 2010) was a collaboration between
Geoff Mullen and Keith Fullerton Whitman.
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