Dangerous collisions permeate the primordial ooze that makes up Aaron Dilloway’s musical world. He releases plenty of material on his own, building up internal, tense energy. But it doesn’t take long for all that built-up pressure to propel him into collaboration. So its no surprise that, following the recent revelations of Opened Door, Dilloway is now sharing the fruits of a live improvisation with Hong Chulki, a key figure in the modern South Korean avant-garde.
Recorded in February in Oberlin, OH, Chulki and Dilloway sound like naturals together, brothers in the destruction of tones and textures. In the short excerpt below, the noiseniks drop listeners from radioactive meadows into a slow-release schizophrenic gas chamber with only the slightest hint of warning. This tape is up for pre-order on Ross Wallace Chait’s new LA-based Idiopathic Records. Grab it here.