Remora, the brainchild of North Carolina-based guitarist Brian John Mitchell,
ambient guitar cassettes
Anaaron, Acroyer, Amerse, Eneded, Cemented in Stone, Anadia, Ambient Drones for One Guitar.
These were followed by the more professional
Some Past's Future (2000) and by the
EPs Some Future's Past (2000),
The Alcohol (2002) and
Remora turned to pop songs on Enamored (2005) and even to a-cappella
songs on Songs I Sing (2007).
Ensoulment (2008), instead, was devoted to a
70-minute solo droning guitar ambient piece.
After the covers of Derivative (2009) and the live
Guitar Antihero (2009), Remora turned to
a vintage synthesizer for the dystopian concept albumof
Mecha (Silber, 2010), largely devoted to
brief industrial synth-pop ditties, although its best numbers are the
(robotic ballets like March
atmospheric Brian Eno-esque vignettes
and one quasi-song (the funereal Last Call for Alcohol).
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