Thursday, May 8, 2008
Philip Jeck has a new album, Sands, coming out on May 18th on Touch. Pitchfork has Fanfares, a track from that album, available for all of you to give it a listen. The song has it's roots in Aaron Copland's Fanfare For The Common Man written during WWII.
Jeck uses multiple records on turntables to create his signature sound and this track is no different. For the warbly washed out goodness that is Fanfares, click here.
Btw, that image of Philip Jeck was found on the blog Radio Free Chicago and is from a show he did at 60dum last May.