Fist clenched and unclenched. Atomic precision and destruction. Supersonic in a sleek black ship and on a mammoth tropical bird. Singularity in bits and in the brew.
Yawnkillers comprises a radical collision between two of Louisville's digital music makers, Tony Robot and ATOMO, who've paired a wild three songs apiece into a six-long split release whose songs careen from two ends of the electronic spectrum: Tony Robot's brute, grizzly chords and drum-punches soundtrack an impending mechanized death, while ATOMO's bounding, playful, infinitely mortal melodies gong the present moment and remind you again that you are going to die. You were born a sacrifice, so look alive.
JC / Matt for putting the tapes out. auralgamisounds.bandcamp.com
Cher Von for gracing Tangata Manu with her angel voice.
Chris Vititoe for basement to practice.
Tyler Termini for cassette art.
Lauren Cockroft for ATOMO photo.
If you quiet yourself, you will be teleported to a stormy beachhouse where you will be lying down, looking at the blinds patterns on the ceiling from the evening window glow. "Watching Your Dance" ATOMO