Sunday, February 7, 2010

The Goat puts out

The two new Goat Eater releases are now available for order.  

Fecalove - Forever Young  
Italy's one-man, debauchery laden, masturbating disaster has come back to Goat Eater for his second full length release. Fecalove's signature cut up junk noise has only gotten better with age. This is what I'd imagine it would sound like to over-dose on viagra, cialis, levitra and vodka martinis. The usual squalling feedback and in-the-red amplified implements are all there but this release is punctuated by tense silences, off kilter tape and electronic manipulations, tortured and effects laden vocals and bass heavy rumblings. I'm not sure that I'd be comfortable saying that Nicola Vinciguerra has matured but he has most definitely grown into something new and that something is, as usual, disgusting.  

Tim the Band - Thank You Roland  
...and now for something completely different. Goat Eater has never issued anything quite so musical, until now. Tim the Band is a two piece, multi instrumental jazz outfit, that runs the gamut from free jazz to old standards to fusion and beyond. Dan Pearson and Chris Olsen have stripped down their usual truck load of instruments to just a hand-full of saxophones; soprano, tenor and baritone along with a few loop stations to create this beautiful invocation to the late, great Rashaan Roland Kirk. Loops of saxophone build into something more and more interesting as time goes by. This three track CD continues to transform and will most assuredly transfix the listener.  

Each CD is $11, postage paid, anywhere in the US. $12 to Canada and $14 for the rest of the world. Get both of them for $18, postage paid in the US. $19 to Canada and $21 for the rest of the world.  
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Both CDs are pro pressed and printed CDrs, packaged in the usual Goat Eater Arts style, with every attention paid to detail. They are, as usual, both limited to 93 copies.  

These items will be added to the Goat Eater Arts Big Cartel store, soon. If there happens to be something there that you'd like, please feel free to contact me at and I'll work out shipping details for you.  
If you happen to live in the New York City area, you can avoid shipping and receive instant gratification by picking these up at Hospital Productions.  
Thanks for your continued support over the years.  

I O Pan Anthony Mangicapra & the Goat Eater Family

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