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Great Review for Jake Megisnky "L'Appel Du Vide" LP from Wire Magazine


LP still available
$17 PPD in US
$40 PPD R.O.W.
paypal to billnace@gmail.com






(Note to Reader/Nick Cain: Jake Meginsky is based in Western Mass...not Boston 
and xo4..is not noise rock)






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       photo: peter gannshkin

high hopes

some upcoming Matt Krefting dates

*June 14 – Feeding Tube Records, Northampton, MA duo with Byron Coley (with Father Murphy (italy), D├ęclenchement Visages
https://www.facebook.com/events/769592219740751/

*June 18 – Feeding Tube Records, Northampton, MA solo tapes (with Vom Grill, Dog Lady, False Hellborne)
https://www.facebook.com/events/508601312572792/

*June 20 – Trans Pecos, Queens, NYC, Bruismelk Festival solo tapes (with MIAUX (be), TSEMBLA (fin), THE MAGNIFICENT PUSSIES (Byron Coley/Gary Panter/Ted Lee), KUUPUU (fin), GOOD AREA, BROWN RECLUSE ALPHA, BROMP TREB, GREY SKULL, DAN MELCHIOR, MV CARBON, JOSHUA BURKETT, BLAASTAAL)

*June 21 – Trans Pecos, Queens, NYC, Bruismelk Festival as part of Idea Fire Company (with DOG LADY ISLAND, PREGGY PEGGY, SUNBURNED HAND OF THE MAN, SAMARA LUBELSKI, IDM THEFT ABLE, VOM GRILL (be), NOISE NOMADS, XO4, , CHRIS CORSANO)
https://www.facebook.com/events/1417190588546670/

*June 24 – Yod, Florence, MA, Lymph Est release party, readings with Graham Lambkin

*July 19 -- Washington Street Art Center, Somerville, MA YDLMIER 050 release show solo tapes
*July 23 – 13th Floor Music Lounge, Florence, MA Jake Meginsky l’appel du vide release party solo tapes (with Jake Meginsky, Bill Nace, Clear People [John Moloney/Rob Thomas], DJ George Myers before and in between sets)
https://www.facebook.com/events/639890536108060/

*August 1 – Northern Routes New Music Festival at 1794 Meetinghouse, New Salem, MA solo tapes ( with Glenn Jones, Marissa Nadler, Glitter Pen, Matt Weston, Trevor Healy, Bunwinkies, Twilight Tipi, PASSERINE)
https://www.facebook.com/events/883328058349140/

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The Diagram:A 2xLP and the Dredd Foole/Baczkowski/Corsano/Flaherty/Nace "Wrong Number" LP are SOLD OUT SOLD OUT
Thanks to everyone who ordered
Copies of both are available at Forced Exposure, Volcanic Tongue, Flipped Out, Metamkine

and
BRAND NEW
OUT NOW


OUT NOW
OM 37

JAKE MEGINKSY

 "L'appel du Vide" LP



$18 ppd in usa
$40 ppd r.o.w.

all orders paypal to billnace@gmail.com

check link below for preview


Jake Meginsky
l’appel du vide
Open Mouth LP
OM37
Subterranean, nearly-inaudible restraint and rushing, stuttering throbbing rule the night on this new record. Its electric moods are so resolutely alien they suggest worlds unknown rather than create them. Irregular heartbeat thumps are set against high end atmospheres explored in microscopic detail. Haunting overlays of tones fluctuate and tremble, and not one moment feels forced. The music is meticulously constructed and consistently surprising, twisting and sparkling. The electronics spin away, shooting off into bizarre and unexpected territory, and all the while Meginsky guides them with a benevolent, confident, endlessly fascinated hand.  To hear him tell it, the record is “a document of me looking for the experience I have not yet had, and maybe will never have. This is where the title comes from. The pull of the void.”
Natural phenomena like fog or mist tend to render the environment and one’s ability to see it nearly impossible, and if you tilt your head back like you have a nosebleed there is always the fear that the sun might set sooner. When you stop in a secret place there is no need to talk. These are streets full of sullen languid violence and grey phantoms.
Edition of 300. Cover art by Bill Nace. Play at 45 and play loud. 

Matt Krefting
Holyoke, MA
May 2014




OM37 J/M


OUT NOW
OM 37

JAKE MEGINKSY

 "L'appel du Vide" LP



$18 ppd in usa
$40 ppd r.o.w.

all orders paypal to billnace@gmail.com

check link below for preview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KFzv5y6fgQ&feature=youtu.be


Jake Meginsky
l’appel du vide
Open Mouth LP
OM37
Subterranean, nearly-inaudible restraint and rushing, stuttering throbbing rule the night on this new record. Its electric moods are so resolutely alien they suggest worlds unknown rather than create them. Irregular heartbeat thumps are set against high end atmospheres explored in microscopic detail. Haunting overlays of tones fluctuate and tremble, and not one moment feels forced. The music is meticulously constructed and consistently surprising, twisting and sparkling. The electronics spin away, shooting off into bizarre and unexpected territory, and all the while Meginsky guides them with a benevolent, confident, endlessly fascinated hand.  To hear him tell it, the record is “a document of me looking for the experience I have not yet had, and maybe will never have. This is where the title comes from. The pull of the void.”
Natural phenomena like fog or mist tend to render the environment and one’s ability to see it nearly impossible, and if you tilt your head back like you have a nosebleed there is always the fear that the sun might set sooner. When you stop in a secret place there is no need to talk. These are streets full of sullen languid violence and grey phantoms.
Edition of 300. Cover art by Bill Nace. Play at 45 and play loud. 

Matt Krefting
Holyoke, MA
May 2014