‘Nerja Sound’ (pronounced [neɾχa]) is a travelogue of sorts. Made from a collection of environmental recordings and pieces of electronica created in airplanes, on beaches, walking in hills and in caves. It has perhaps some aspects of the mid 90’s chill to it, but also dives into noise and discordancy.
Huge thanks to contributors Cousin Silas, Jaime Munárriz & Glauber K.S. for their participation in the project.
released March 31, 2019
t. r. hand – environmental recordings, electronic ephemera, guiding light
The Glove of Bones – Beats, construction, world-weary resignation & design
Cousin Silas – Guitar & Electronica
Jaime Munárriz – Processed trumpet
Glauber K.S. – Guitar & keyboards
Sometimes one instrument stands out in a band and here I admire the very creative guitar-work, dissonant, edgy and daring. The whole band creates an energy, which seems to jump out off your speakers. If you love the dissonance of Sonic Youth and the aggressive drive of the Dead Kennedys you should give this a try. Dirk Radloff