Under the nickname: ‘Jeremy Spill’ hides a Czech tourist who was looking for new experiences in Torun, and joined us at one of the improvised musical & spoken jams. The result of this amity is the album ‘For Robert Smithson’, which Jeremy sent to Pawlacz Perski Tapes’s email box a few months later. The album includes two long tracks that take the listener on a journey among prepared weirs and spiral landscapes. And the brittle and sandy matter of sounds slowly, yet inexorable continues to erode.
1. jetty 1 [22:40]
2. prepared landscape (J’s spinal column) [11:20]
Here: field recording, drone, minimal, acoustic techno
Play: Jeremy Spill