Qoheleth's signature noise rock takes a back seat, and much of that is reigned in for some sort tracks that are not short on substance or sound. If this is an example of work to come, I'm very excited.
Favorite track: Mundane Membrane.
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Cassette with original art by Caiden Withey. Hand-drawn text on the tape itself. Each copy comes with a bonus TV talisman to ward off any killer televisions in your general vicinity. Limited to 20 copies.
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Presenting QOHELETH's original soundtrack for “Black and White Electric Light," a short film directed by Mike Fink. He reached out to them at the beginning of the project to see if they'd be interested in writing some music for the film and they leapt at the opportunity.
Diverging from the noise rock frenzy of their first three albums, QOHELETH took a minimalist approach to the instruments used on each track. Most of them feature only bass and drums, with a hint of feedback or static here and there. One track was built solely from a Casio mini-keyboard from their childhood, while another features only vocals and static. On the whole, it’s a very different sound from what they've done before. We hope you enjoy.
released September 3, 2019
Bass/Casio/Vocals: Jeremy Hunt
Drums: Mike Strickler
Art: Caiden Withey
(featuring footage by Mike Fink)
Produced by Mike Strickler and Jeremy Hunt
Mixed by Mike Strickler
Mastered by Jesse Sprinkle
supported by 6 fans who also own “Black and White Electric Light OST”
Inside you'll find a near-psychedelic mix of punk and experimental noise: Raw, heavy, soaked in reverb... really effective and really difficult to describe. You need to check this one out for yourself. Katimavik86