First featured in 2012 – the English experimental electronics project Sculpture releases the two track single Zyprazol on the 6th of May.
Sculpture – Zyprazol – Animated Picture Disc – b-side
Sculpture, ever reaching for new ideas, is making the release available as an animated picture disc – and a joy it is to behold. For some reason I am minded to suggest – don’t do a John Peel – ‘right time,wrong speed’.
Continuing with the stark societal commentary of the track featured in May 2014 – Zyprazol (available on bandcamp) additionally gets back to the roots of the creative genius of sounds and – on this occasion visual artistry – which first drew my attention.
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First appearing in 2012, last featuring just over a year ago – Sculpture is an experimental musician from England.
Released a few hours ago the latest track – En – Orb 2.
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It was back in 2012 that Sculpture from England appeared initially.
The horrific track The Department, Episode 2 (there is no Episode 1) exemplifies why I have time for musicians who bring to the forefront issues of anxiety and kudos to Sculpture to bringing to musical reality that which is normally kept for salivation in the main-stream media.
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