"Locust's fifth installment of their adventurous 'Met Life' series of city field recordings and responses brings us a tongue firmly in cheek offering from the rapid cut up techniques of Seattle's Chris Delaurenti. Simply put, it's a little exercise on waste and getting wasted. This field recording documents the removal of waste at a transfer station in Seattle and the response rides the pun to its excessive extreme as DeLaurenti quickly becomes a participant in the flailing and drunken fanfare at a party, raising the ever important question 'What on earth are we all doing!' No doubt, it's this style, edgy humor and raw guerrilla techniques that make DeLaurenti a sort of Fellini of the audio underworld." (label info)
in stock | US| 2002| LOCUST | 16.90

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