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Sightings: Container, “Protrusion”

Thursday, October 20th, 2011


Nashville’s Ren Schofield has established himself in the East Coast underground through his alchemistic cassette label I Just Live Here and the harsh oscillator/tape/guitar drones of his God Willing releases. For Container’s debut, LP – on the continually impressive, John Elliott-run Editions Mego imprint Spectrum Spools – Schofield speeds into high gear with an abstract, beat-based electronic pursuit that retains the damaged, minimal aesthetic of his previous output. “Protrusion’s” motorik-propelled industrial warble-tech thrusts minds and bodies into diasporas as trilling as the track’s own rapidly vibrating movements. I cannot say whether or not Container’s LP necessarily wants you to dance, but I strongly challenge you to try keeping two-(four)-on-the floor a few beats in.

Container: “Protrusion”

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Words: Mary Katherine Youngblood

LP is sold out at the source. Check online distributors Forced Exposure, Experimedia, etc. OR, grip one when you catch Container live with Unicorn Hard-On at the Avant Ghetto show at Public Assembly in Brooklyn on Monday, 10/24