EP by SQÜRL, released 14 July 2017 1. Solstice 2. The Dark Rift 3. Equinox 4. Gates of Ishtar (Equinox Remix by Anton Newcombe) 5. The Dark Rift (Föllakzoid Remix) Contradictions embraced: Although SQÜRL’s music is anti-mathematic, SQÜRL loves mathematics. We love the Fibonacci numbers. 260 is none of these. It isn’t a perfect number, and not factional of any number. It’s not even a regular number. 260, though, is the number of days in all Mesoamerican calendars.
SQÜRL – Ep Label: ATP Recordings – ATPREP05. Country: UK & US. Released: 04 Nov 2013. Second EP in a series of three limited picture discs. Limited to 1000 hand-numbered copies, complete with download code on an attached postcard for the EP and the bonus track "Pink Dust (Nick Zinner Remix)". Printed on uncoated 350gr card, pressed on 160gr vinyl. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
After releasing two albums with lutist Jozef Van Wissem, his new band SQÜRL comprises Carter Logan and Vampire Weekend engineer Shane Stoneback, and draws on feedback, drone, and song-based disciplines. Similarly, SQÜRL draws from a number of different disciplines. One track on this EP is simply drawn from layers of feedback. Another matches crunchy, distorted guitar lines to Jarmusch singing about being surrounded by piles of dead hippies. Yes, he's singing here, on two out of four tracks, only one of which deviates into the forlorn rock & roll crooner trap you might expect him to fall into.
The second EP of a trilogy, follows the expectations of SQURL’s first EP, loaded as it is with loud, feedback-drenched guitar riffs. The curiosity/draw here is that this trio, formerly known as Bad Rabbit, is led by independent filmmaker Jim Jarmusch (Only Lovers Left Alive). Working with drummer Carter Logan and guitarist/engineer Shane Stoneback, Jarmusch actualizes the musical end of his defined aesthetic. It's minimalist, raw, and steeped in underground music’s view of rock ’n’ roll. Even Hank Williams’ classic I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry gets the SQURL treatment.
EP corresponds to the following genres. 0m 0s. 2. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry. Artist: Sqürl.
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SQÜRL is: Carter Logan and Jim Jarmusch. SQÜRL began in 2009 when Jim Jarmusch and his producer Carter Logan teamed with producer/engineer Shane Stoneback to record some original music for the film THE LIMITS OF CONTROL. Although SQÜRL’s music is anti-mathematic, SQÜRL loves mathematics.
SQÜRL is the right tag, approved by Jim Jarmush. SQÜRL are: Carter Logan, Jim Jarmusch, and Shane Stoneback.
|A2||I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry||4:41|
|B2||The Boat of Love||4:41|
|ATPREP05D||SQÜRL||Ep #2 (5xFile, FLAC, EP)||ATP Recordings||ATPREP05D||2013|