Sinuous ecometric rhythms and dense rain-blown tone sculptures shine and wind between electrified cotton-nodes, all careening, sliding, colliding across and through a synaptic panorama. Peninsula-based KILN are Kevin Hayes on pulse, tump, tick with Kirk Marrison and Clark Rehberg IIIon hue, shape and spark. After a decade of genre spinning and attention spent fusing live organikas with binary tumbleweeds, KILN settles into a newneurologic with their upcoming release this spring on Ghostly. Not only for the headphone set, KILN's recent intent has been on finding the intuitivefulcrum of gentle momentum invigoration and hyperacoustic digi-texture chromatics as suited for a wider listening environment. Kiln's latest humanist gallery will appeal to any and all who lust for fine sound form.
6. moth and moon