Sunday, February 16, 2014
RSD 4.19: Deerhoof/Marc Ribot split 7"
I'm hoping to have a stream to post at a later date. In the meantime, I have cover art and a small blurb courtesy of Northern Spy.
"Long live Marc Ribot." - Greg Saunier
"Long live Deerhoof!" - Marc Ribot
A split 7" deserves a split write-up. So, I asked Deerhoof's Greg Saunier and Ceramic Dog's Marc Ribot to write something about this record. Turns out there's some mutual respect here. I guess it'd be weird if there wasn't.
The Deerhoof track originally appeared as "Qui Dorm, Només Somia" on Deerhoof vs Evil. On this 7", Marc Ribot's guitar serves as the harmony in place of Satomi's vocals. It's RAD. And the Ceramic Dog tune is one of their heaviest.
This is a Record Store Day vinyl release and will only be available at fine music retailers.
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