Crouton is ridiculously excited to announce this CD release from irr.
app. (ext.).? Dust Pincher Appliances was originally released in 1998 in
a shorter, alternate form, via a now impossible to find 10" vinyl on
Something Weird Records, Iceland.? This CD edition on Crouton reveals
different versions of the original recordings, as well as three tracks
not present on the 10" edition.? Some might say that anything graphic
artist, sound artist, and writer Matt Waldron produces is peculiar, and
his work as irr. app. (ext.) is no exception.? Each minute of these
startlingly Dadaist compositions reveals unexpected surprises.? The
instrumentation, who knows?? A bit of everything really, except the
standard ones.? However, the style is not a mess, but rather an
obsessively scrutinized audio story, aural painting, or sound experience,
which is quite devastating to take in.??
Why do we care? Maybe we're working on a web site for him.