One day I hope to be rich just so I can afford to support more weird, great music. And to once again have a nice stereo (even just some thrifted hodge podge) to hear all the glorious raw buzzy visceral fight or flight sonics in the maximum high-fidelity detail it deserves.
Great overview of Wolf Eyes music with a couple interviews.
"Confessions of the Informer" is my favorite track on the new one and a centerpiece in the way that "Black Vomit" is for Burned Mind. They might be the ideal examples of how Wolf Eyes’ music could be more like jazz than their sonic preoccupations might suggest. Both are such killer tracks with the right combo of structure and spontaneity and contrasting sections. Olson made the comparison to jazz in a recent interview and it’s pretty weird to realize that the Wolf Eyes music I like the best is the stuff that is closest to trad jazz with a semblance of song structure underlying the improvisations instead of the freeform freak outs of all the small run releases.