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Released: 2nd November 2018
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Matte printed sleeves with art by BKV Industrial. Highly desirable.
Sunun has a luring command of dials and limbs and drum skins that’s as grounded as it’s mystical - these machines have ghosts in them. Between Ooid’s modulated insect noises and crushed cymbals there are stories of when & why things were recorded that adds an aching humanity to the 5 machine dub pulses on her first official release. People who’ve seen her live have witnessed Sunun’s forest of wires and microphones and harps all feeding her 20 channel desk. She dubs it old-world style, but the results are always forward - making a 22nd century chorus from thousands of years of human feedback. The Sunun ecosystem is perfectly synthesised in Max Kelan’s unsettling VHS body-shot for ‘Dark Just’, filmed on location in Western Super Mare (mostly Pier 2).
Sunun’s a familiar shape in the shadows of Bristol’s sound circuit - from Kuumba Centre to Cosies to Trinity. Her monthly residency on Noods Radio is titled by the mantra ‘Everything is Drum’ - and plays out to a teething Stokes Croft through the studio windows. She first took to the mic at Bokeh Sound w/ Jay Glass Dubs and Avon Terror Corps member Kinlaw (No Corner / Ceramics); who closes Ooid in classic discomix style with a remix of ‘Dark Just’. Ooid predates both their work in Avon Terror Corps by up to 1 year.