Sonic Youth – J’accuse Ted Hughes


1 in stock (can be backordered)


The seventh installment in Sonic Youth’s series of experimental and sometimes instrumental releases on the band’s own SYR label features on the A-side a previously unreleased 22-minute drone piece recorded at the All Tomorrows Parties festival in the UK in April of 2001. The B-side is a soundtrack-style piece recorded at the band’s Murray Street Studio in 2003 for a never-realized collaboration with French clothing designer Agnes B. The 18-minute-long song was recorded by a five-piece version of the band-the four members of Sonic Youth plus Jim O’Rourke, who also mixed ‘Agnes B Musique’. This LP will be soon followed by a CD-only release of the band’s Another Side of Sonic Youth Roskilde Festival performance, where the five-piece Sonic Youth line-up was joined by saxophonist/reed player Mats Gustaffson and electronic noise legend Merzbow for an hour of improvised music.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Sonic Youth – J’accuse Ted Hughes”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *