Love Me Two Times

by nmperign / Jason Lescalleet

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Praise for "Love Me Two Times":

"A five-year endeavor encompassing a stunning range of styles, fidelities, and emotions, 'Love Me Two Times' solidified this trio's reputation as a genre-crossing juggernaut operating in its own league of contemporary noise, improvisation, and electroacoustic composition... it continues to be cited as a benchmark recording in experimental music." - Nameless Sound

"Love Me Two Times isn’t two hours of the same trick done from different angles; the album shifts focus distinctly as the discs progress. Lescalleet often proves to be the wildcard; he’s frequently the catalyst for the album’s most divergent segments, and his tape loops are an engaging foil for Rainey and Kelley." - Dusted Magazine

"This is a sensational album. Allow me to state here and now: I would be perfectly comfortable in a variety of settings (art-gallery gig/rock club/street brawl) knowing that these motherfuckers had my back. They are hard, man; there is no fat on these fellahs or on the sounds they is makin'. What you really wanna do is cue up the whole thing from start to end, get comfortable with a beer and a dog, and settle in for a couple hours-worth of new-musical trip. (And if you're at all like me, start all over again when you're done). 9/10" - Foxy Digitalis

"An enormous endeavour, and the results are astounding." - Monochrom

"Recorded at a wide range of venues with correspondingly varied attacks (not to mention degrees of fidelity), 'Love Me Two Times' provides as comprehensive a picture as is likely feasible of these three, from the microscopically subtle to blood smeared yawps, from gorgeously woven drones to, well, Julia Child. Very, very good stuff." - Bagatellen

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released 20 July 2013

Originally published as a 2xCD in a limited edition of 1000 copies.
Design by Mike Shiflet.

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Publisher of "experimental"/etc music run by Howard Stelzer from 1997-2012 (RIP) in Cambridge MA.

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