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LTJ-28 Skullpture: Farmyard Tapes
"Farmyard Tapes" is a bit different from other Skullpture recordings. It's not dark and gloomy at all, but warm and almost joyful drone, at least on our scale (it's not that we try to be dark'n'gloomy, that's just the way our music most often comes out - we're happy and funny lads really). It was also recorded at a different place than our other recordings, in a small shed instead of a large hall with concrete walls, and also with slightly different equipment. These track were originally supposed to be released on a split cdr with another band on another label, but unfortunately that never came about. Anyway, our thanks go to Hannu for the chance to get this music finally available to public, and although not your typical Skullpture, I think it's a fine addition to our discography and your collection.
-Pekka PT on behalf of Skullpture
"A different Skullpture greets us on their new 3" on 267 Lattajjaa, "Farmyard Tapes." Tired of soundtracking the apocolypse, Skullpture's newest diversion is warmer and more hopeful. The lineup is the same, but the inspiration behind the recordings feels different. I'm not sure what happened between their past releases and this, but it suits them. This is almost psychedelic. Quality drone is still the sticking point, but instead of taking a journey through an iconoclastic ghost town, Skullpture are now frolicking happily in the Tampere forests, looking for mushrooms to eat. These four tracks follow their footsteps, high and low, over land and water, until the right batch is found. Hints of magic show up all along the way. Seriously, this EP caught me off guard. This is not what I would expect from Skullpture, but I have to say that it suits them quite well. Pekka PT and his gang of merryman show how diverse they can be. And in the end, this is Skullpture's finest moment. It's warmer on the other side of death." 8/10 - Brad Rose, Foxy Digitalis
"creepy scrapings and dronings that echo across a great expanse of chilly space - from Finland" Boa Melody Bar