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Weather Warlock - Sunset Waits For No Man lp (Rhinestone)




Wild drone/noise from QUINTRON with WEATHER WARLOCK! Also features Gary Wrong, Aaron Hill, and some sax skronkers - Paul Grass & Trevor Blotskey.

First batch sold out in hours... grab this! Insane! LAST BATCH? I THINK SO.

Q says:
WEATHER WARLOCK full length LP available now only from us on tour or @ Goner Records store in Memphis. There are 500. All on sun colored vinyl. Any stores interested in carrying this LP can get it thru Revolver. This is only the 4th ever vinyl release on Rhinestone Records proper - no other label involved. That means it's never getting reviewed by any stupid magazine or website requiring "6 months lead time". Rhinestone gives you the zero minute lead time. This record is out RIGHT NOW because that's when we got them!!

WEATHER WARLOCK is the new project from New Orleans organist / instrument builder QUINTRON. This band is based entirely around his latest monster analog weather synthesizer (also called "Weather Warlock"). In short, this instrument takes information from the Weather—sun, rain, temperature, wind, etc.—and translates those daily variables into a randomly bubbling new-agey drone. The main console has a boatload of knobs and controls which can be configured into an infinite number of settings, mutating the weather drone from sublime yoga waves to shrieking thunder bubbles. Side A starts in the mire of an electronic sunset with Quintron at the helm of the Weather Warlock synth, twiddling knobs and responding to the day's waning UV rays. Slowly, the Gulf Coast acid rock emerges courtesy of AARON HILL (EYEHATEGOD, MISSING MONUMENTS) on Drums, GARY WRONG (WIZZARD SLEEVE, VATICAN DAGGER, etc.) on supreme noise guitar, and Quintron on second guitar. Two of New Orleans more prolific free jazz reed players—PAUL GRASS (tenor sax) and TRAVIS BLOTSKEY (baritone sax)—help to glue this mass of southern scum rock to the lineage of serious free music shamans such as Sun Ra and Peter Brotzman. Side B presents the Weather Warlock instrument alone in the drone zone—doing its solo thing during a very active and stormy New Orleans sunset with Quintron occasionally tweaking the controls in harmony. The resulting music is basically a greatest hits of what mother nature and Weather Warlock are capable of by themselves. Limited edition of 500 copies on yellow vinyl.



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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 12 June, 2015.

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