Label: No Rent Records
Cat. no: NRR50
Scathing music favoring long, corrosive atonalities and fleeting noise walls. For fans of Morton Feldman and Richard Ramirez alike.
Leila Bordreuil and Zach Rowden met at a free jazz concert in 2015. Zach was wearing a Man is the Bastard bootleg T-shirt which acted as an icebreaker, and these two classically trained musicians started collaborating shortly after. “Hollow” is a culmination Bordreuil and Rowden diverse influences, ranging from improvised music, harsh noise, cold wave, existentialism and a common obsession for Spectral Music. All tracks are live improvisations on cello and double-bass, with no effects pedals and no cuts and pastes.