Rothko / Truth Burns
Album: Truth Burns   Collection:General
Artist:Rothko   Added:Jul 2001
Label:Foundry Recordings  

Recent Airplay
1. Jun 08, 2006: The National Congress Of Vaselines
Seventhyseven a
3. Sep 22, 2001: strange attractors
Roads Become Rivers
2. Oct 04, 2001: Strange Attractors
Roads Become Rivers
4. Sep 03, 2001: The Awesome Power of a Fully Operational DJ
Shot Through Gauze

Album Review
Reviewed 2001-09-04
Instrumental 'rock' geared toward soundscaping. Consists of three bassists and alot of effects. Dream-like and moody. Sounds like it was recorded in an open warehouse in an abandoned area of town on a grey autumn day. Lovely. -nari

1. No beat, just unravelling of layers of echo, occaisionally punctuated by a lonely 3-note bass melody.

2. Standard rock beat; moody, pensive melody; low, rumbly basslines

3. One repeating bassline surrounded by huge strokes of amorphous, reverbed fuzz

4. Another shapeless, beatless soundscape; wandering, thoughtful melody over warm swells of distant strings and piano accomp.

Track Listing
1. Shot Through Gauze   3. Seventhyseven a
2. Roads Become Rivers   4. About a Week