Wednesday, August 1, 2012

JODIS "BLACK CURTAIN"




















































Above: layout pieces from the LP version of the forthcoming Jodis album "Black Curtain" - CD/LP due out Oct 2nd via Hydra Head. Photography by Faith Coloccia. Sound samples coming soon...

Intake:  Mauser "Isolation", Helm "Impossible Symmetry", Diamanda Galas "Divine Punishment", Kathy Acker "Blood and Guts in High School", Philip K Dick "Martian Time Slip",  Christian Cosmos "Enthronement by God...", Nihill "Verdonkermaan", Thomas Köner "Novaya Zemlya", Keränen "Moon Over Torrelorca", Menace Ruine "The Die is Cast", KTL "V", Alleypisser "Sult"...

12 comments:

269 said...

such a beautiful art.

thank you for work. new omg and other. very life-asserting

jhulud said...

Very much looking forward to this! Thanks for the art pics and layout.

Wojciech said...

It's going to be a long two months, can't wait

leeharvey43 said...

That looks great! Can't wait to hear it.

Anonymous said...

Everything about this album is going to be amazing. I can feel it.

Sam William Smith said...

Been looking forward to this for a while :)

Andrew said...

As the others said.. Also, any plans for some live shows (in europe!)?

aaron b. turner said...

Hi there - thank you for the positive comments, much appreciated. There will be some new Jodis tracks online soon - more info on that asap.

As for live show sin Europe, Mamiffer will be going to Europe in October. Hopefully Jodis and Old Man Gloom over there sometime in 2013....

Night Goat said...

STOKED.

And it comes with lyrics, interesting.


I hope Texas is in those Jodis/OMG tour plans for 2013 ;)

BW said...

The art and layout is stunning. Secret House stands as a favorite album from the past several years. Really looking forward to this.

jonahasherfeintuck said...

What program did you use to create the layout?

Juanbrujox said...

For some reason, this album makes me feel bad and rises me up again... Pure catharsis through a valley of emptiness... I love Red Bough like I was born hearing that song. Thanks for another album that will never leave my Ipod, like almost all of your discography