segunda-feira, 24 de agosto de 2015

Children of God with Sacred Signs - An Interview

Uma verdadeira ode sinfônica em formato noise repleto de drones pinceladas em sufocantes tonalidades escuras, clamando por anjos e demônios, completamente dissonante e aterrorizante.

Assim pode ser descrito a sensação de se submeter a audição do Sacred Signs, diretamente de Seattle e ainda sem nenhum registro físico, mas que só ao ouvir Hole TV já fica explicito o terror e angustia sonora praticado por eles.

Não recomendado a indie kids.

 ***** Interview with Sacred Signs *****

Q. When did Sacred Signs start? tell us about the history...
I’ve been playing around Seattle for the better part of the last eight or nine years under various aliases. Sacred Signs was birthed as a way to get out of a creative rut that I’d hit a couple of years ago, and as a way to find a more interpersonal and spiritual approach to the creative process.

Q: Who are your influences?
Devoted magical workers…..ancient deities….shroomers….

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
That’s a tough one, and it would probably be different on a different day, but Id have to say the albums that were most game changing for me were:
Disintegration-The Cure
Children of God-Swans
Daydream Nation-Sonic Youth
Heaven’s End-Loop
Wild Love-Smog

Q. How do you feel playing live?
Disconnected from myself, connected to the vibrations. Free, I suppose.

Q. How do you describe Sacred Signs sounds?
Dark hypnotic drones buried in a bleak wall of sound.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
Any day now….Im a little bit terrified of permanence.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
There are tons of new bands that are doing great things right now. I’ve been really digging on HTRK, Tropic of Cancer, and Pharmakon….to name a few. Im pretty out of the loop though.

Q: Which band would you love to make a cover version of?
Myself in the future.

Q: What are your plans for the future....
To record an actual album. Maybe get around to actually collaborating on projects. Somehow merging my musical and visual art interests. Touring.

Q: Any parting words?