Jon Collin & Demdike Stare – Fragments Of Nothing LP

34,00 (Outside EU: 27,20)

Minimal Dub folk drone from Jon Collin & Demdike Stare ‎via DDS (album clips from digital source, 10 min from each side)


Availability: In stock

Artist: Jon Collin & Demdike Stare
Title: Fragments Of Nothing
Format: White vinyl 12″

Label: DDS
Cat nr: DDS045
Genre: Dub/Folk/Drone


A1 Side A 23:40
B1 Side B 21:20

Edition of 500 copies pressed on white vinyl.

Teasing out vintage, arcane threads of connection between deep-South porchside styles and their native industrial blooz, Demdike sound at their most red-eyed and pensive in this strung out, liminal mode, spinning Jon Collin’s expressive guitar licks into acres of cranky, ghostly space to offer a starker and more blunted perspective on his dusky panoramic scenery.
The duo draw on a deep well of inspiration from the rugged beauty of the Pennine landscape to invoke a steeply immersive style of folk-blues abstraction. Across two sides they rustle a ragged, whiskey soaked and blurred tapestry of ideas, variously recalling darker echoes Loren Mazzacane Connors and even Stephen O’Malley solo sides across the 45 minutes of their spirit-guiding trek.
Pick your poison – mushies, peyote, banana skins, whatever’s to hand – and saddle up.
Text from Boomkat

Weight 0,25 kg
Dimensions 32 × 32 × 0,3 cm
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