ORGAN THING OF THE DAY: BAD NEWS FROM HOUSTON… DEERHOOF, POST CONSUMER RECORDS….

ORGAN THING OF THE DAY:  BAD NEWS FROM HOUSTON…, We got bad news, for you and you and you… Hey, still up to our necks in yeast here  cultivating things on planet Organ, we can’t be here doing this well. Over to a man called Brian for some good news…

“John Dieterich (Deerhoof) and Thollem McDonas (Tsigoti) have created an album of complete immediacy, wherein every sound is presented with such vividness and detail that each minute sound event becomes foregrounded. When an acoustic guitar is played, you don’t just hear the strings, you hear the wood, too. When the strings of the piano explode, you are inside the sound chamber, feeling the coiled metal shatter against your skin. Intimacy takes a bright and radiant form on ‘In The Valley Of The Cloud Builder’. The joyous energy in these recordings prevents any of these pieces from sitting still. Clanking bottles topple over into ecstatic electronics so quickly that by the time your mind says “bottle”, what you are hearing is the most jackrabbit High Life guitar riff ever played. So much life is in this work that even Dieterich and McDonas, longtime collaborators, realized they had evolved as a music-making unit. To commemorate this turning of the ship, a new name: Bad News From Houston”.

Bad News From Houston – Red Dirt Meet

Music by John Dieterich and Thollem – BAD NEWS FROM HOUSTON
Video by Tuia Cherici

Bad News From Houston on Post-Consumer Records

la Vita (Life)

Piano : Thollem Mc Donas
Film: Tuia Cherici
Just life-living live

Deerhoof –  Fête D’Adieu

Deerhoof and friends perform interpretive dances in a Brooklyn park in this clip directed by Elias Gwinn.

and let us leave you with these

 

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