William Clay Martin - "Future Street" (self-released) c20

Sound sculpting guitarist William Clay Martin has issued an answer to jungle insects fornicating in the flowers of exotic locales. With four pieces at not quite twenty minutes, Future Street isn't an epic, but it features some heavy (epicesque) six-string audio sketches. "Temporary Crown" is the most cinematic piece here, and the longest. Big distorto-chunks and crashing drums imply motion rather than explicitly state it. The tape offers both straight guitar and electronically "messed with" loops/tones. The mad-scientist computer lab vibe of some of the music is actually quite cool. This is a good, short ambient, drone, etc - so on & so forth cassette. Pleasant listening.

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