Local label Moon Glyph is continuing its perpetual stream of incredible releases, this week with Camden's Living Image, and next week with Food Pyramid II, both releases that will fill the insatiable experimental/instrumental voids that we sometimes don't get enough of in the Twin Cities.
[jump] Camden, also known as Cole Weiland of Daughters of the Sun, has been pretty under the radar around these parts, but the new album promises to be slightly more accessible while retaining the noise manipulations he is known for. Remember, this is only out on cassette with an edition of just 150, so snatch it up while you can.
Take a listen:
mp3: Camden, "Bloodloss"