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              The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life
              [eh?110]Johannes Bergmark / Guido H黚ner
              nisip noaptea
              [eh?109]Seeded Plain
              Flying Falling
              The Furies Inside Me OST
              [eh?107]Jaap Blonk
              Joyous Junctures
              [eh?106]Sindre Bjerga
              Hesitation Marks
              [eh?105]Patrick Shiroishi / Arturo Ibarra
              LA Blues
              Atomnye Deti
              [eh?103]Seeded Plain
              Buffets Close Suddenly
              [eh?102]Tania Chen & Jon Leidecker
              Live In Japan
              [eh?101]Cookie Tongue
              Orphan Arms
              monument 36
              [eh?99]Bill Brovold
              Misty Nights
              [eh?97]L. Eugene Methe and Megan Siebe
              Revisited, Revisited, Revisited
              [eh?96]Felipe Araya
              [eh?95]Eoin Callery
              [eh?93]Bad Jazz
              [eh?92]Ernesto Diaz-Infante
              My Benign Swords
              [eh?91]Larnie Fox
              In The Cathedral of Airplanes
              [eh?90]Tom Djll
              [eh?89]Leonard * Day * Jerman
              [eh?88]Das Torpedoes
              Qu Nar
              [eh?87]Ben Bennett & John Collins McCormick
              [eh?86]Daniel Wyche
              Our Severed Sleep
              [eh?85]Seeded Plain
              Spill Containment
              [eh?84]Bad Jazz
              Bad Dreams In The Night
              [eh?83]Chefkirk & Andrew Quitter
              Kaiju Manifestos
              [eh?82]Venison Whirled
              [eh?81]Gary Rouzer
              Studies and Observations of Domestic Shrubbery
              [eh?80]Unrepeatable Quartet
              Edmonton 2012
              [eh?79]Stefan Roigk
              [eh?78]Lucky Bone
              [eh?77]Jeffrey Alexander
              No Sacred Snow, No Sacred Show
              [eh?76]Bruno Duplant / Pedro Chambel / Fergus Kelly
              (Winter Pale) Red Sun
              [eh?74]Graves / Kreimer / Wilsey / Bachmann
              The July Amalgam
              [eh?73]Sky Thing
              Virgin Journalist
              [eh?72]Cactus Truck
              Live in USA
              [eh?71]Various Artists
              Hammer, Anvil, Stirrup
              [eh?70]Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Park Seungjun and Jin Sangtae
              Live at Dotolim
              [eh?69]Edward Ricart & Tim Daisy
              Yiu Ja Ley
              [eh?68]Chagas And Schafer
              Gesture To The Declining Sun
              Plasma Clusters
              [eh?66]Jeff Kaiser / Nicolas Deyoe
              Chimney Liquor
              [eh?65]Close Embrace of the Earth
              At the Spirits Rejoice Festival
              [eh?64]Jean-Marc Montera & Francesco Calandrino
              Idi Di Marzo
              [eh?63]Un Nu
              [eh?62]Bailly / Millevoi / Moffett
              Strange Falls
              [eh?61]Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II
              Space Sickness
              Mud Layer Cake
              [eh?58]Strongly Imploded
              Twilight of Broken Machines
              we must leave the warren
              Moist Areas
              [eh?55]Eloine & Sabrina Siegel
              Nature's Recomposition 33
              Any Port In A Storm
              [eh?53]Eckhard Gerdes
              !Evil Scuff Mud
              [eh?52]Psychotic Quartet
              [eh?51]Federico Barabino
              Can You Listen To the Silence Between the Notes?
              The Fruit Witch of Ancient Salamander
              [eh?48]Ember Schrag
              Jephthah's Daughter
              [eh?47]Massimo Falascone / Bob Marsh
              Non Troppo Lontano
              [eh?46]Delplanque / Oldman
              Chapelle de l'Oratoire
              [eh?45]The Epicureans
              A Riddle Within a Conundrum Within a Game
              [eh?44]Croatan Ensemble
              [eh?43]Man's Last Great Invention
              [eh?42]Sad Sailor
              Link to the Outside World
              [eh?41]Ricardo Arias / Miguel Frasconi / Keiko Uenishi
              [eh?40]Andreas Brandal
              This Is Not For You
              [eh?39]Gamma Goat
              Beard of Sound, Beard of Sand
              [eh?38]John Dikeman / Jon Barrios / Toshi Makihara
              We Need You
              [eh?37]David Moscovich
              Ass Lunch
              Four Plus One
              I Manage To Get Out by a Secret Door
              Dirty Realism
              [eh?33]Jesse Krakow
              World Without Nachos
              Wave the Old Wave
              [eh?30]Bryan Day
              Four Televisions
              Hear Here
              Yama Labam A
              [eh?27]Shelf Life
              [eh?26]Papier Mache
              [eh?25]Papier Mache

              Coims - The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life
              C60 (Bristol, UK)

              Side A:
              -Londos Versus Londos
              -Elon Jobs
              -Steve Musk

              Side B:
              -Over The Weather And Under The Hill

              (Lost In A Sea Of Sound) Scattered rhythms, like a bag of bearings splitting open above an old wooden floor. The downward spray producing one note drops by the feet, skittering sounds falling into cracks and recesses, loud bounces with unimaginable directions and unexplained sounds of complete disintegration as the impact occurs. The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life is like that broken pouch. Everything nestled together in perfect order, like water molecules stacking to make a lake or sea. Then a tear, or the fear of noticing someone behind you, this new spontaneous moment causing a rush of minor chaos. Sounds spilling forth, what once were controlled rhythm and harmony, now separated from the compositions they once were. Coims holds an aural divining rod, continually droning with slight variations as new veins of sounds are discovered. The first track "Londos versus Londos" is a very good example of this, with mesmerizing tones until the final note. "Elon Jobs" is the fresh current of sonic flow. Elephants at play, a barrage of noise that is both whimsical and heavy. The final track on the first side is a slow creeping haunt. Instruments becoming voices in an alternate dimension. Slow and strong breaths toppling trees, staring eyes radiating fierce sonic cries. The second side is one long journey of a track titled "Over The Weather And Under The Hill". With roughly thirty minutes for this single selection, Coims is superbly diversified. Ambience, slicing notes, hypnotic rhythms, and a little Residents styled vocals. Cadence changing on a warped hyperbolic curve, from knobby clamor to semi-polished grooves. Released on the eh? label in an unspecified number of copies. Coims does not have much to find in their biography. They are from Bristol with this description on bandcamp and facebook, "COIMS are an experimental sound duo, often using modern percussion and fretted instruments to create primitive sonic freedom". There is plenty of music to explore, and this eh? release is the perfect place to start. No sound samples at the moment for The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life, but everything on this bandcamp link has tracks to listen to from the last four years. - Robot Rattle

              (Vital Weekly) From Coims I reviewed a release before (Vital Weekly 1184), and, frankly, I am none the wiser in the meantime. Is it a group? One person? Instruments? The only thing mentioned on the website from Eh? Records (a subdivision of Public Eyesore) is that Coims is from Bristol. As before I think this is a group and that percussion and guitars are the main instruments, but there might also be some kind of wind instrument in play here. Their approach is a lo-fi approach to the outer limits of rock music, in exactly that corner where it meets improvisation, noise, drone rock and whatever another exotic novelty one can think of in the world of very, and I mean, very alternative rock music. Maybe there is also some sort of manipulation going on, post-recording that is, of wonky and crude manipulation of the tapes used to lay it all down. This happened more on the second side than on the first and throughout that side, I began to doubt if it all just the aforementioned instruments. Maybe there is something else in play here, something more electronic and going back to the first side, here too that might be the case, especially in 'Londos Versus Londos'. The side-long 'Over The Weather And Under The Hill' (B-side) at one point leaps into a steady rhythm and sounds wonderfully psychedelic and hypnotic. This is a lovely little lo-fi thing. - Frans De Waard

              (Disaster Amnesiac) What does Coims mean? Is it an acronym? A surname? Quite mysterious, as is just about everything else on The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life. When Disaster Amnesiac first took in the cover art, I was expecting some kind of tribal music or something, but was instead treated to four tracks of somewhat lo-fi Electro-Acoustic sounds. All kinds of instrumental interplay is at work on The Realisation. Primitive synth tones merge with mic'd metals, feedback pulses drone and warble, drum machine beats get all glitchey, stringed instruments are plucked and processed, odd voices intone atop the din, and drum kits interact with squalls of electronics. It's a fantastic ride, notable for the very cool meshing of said elements into coherent pieces that do not fail to surprise the listener with their unexpected turns. Coims seem to be onto some kind of as yet unnamed Fusion music, and Disaster Amnesiac considers himself very much on board with it. They have taken the last 50 or so years of truly underground music and blended their elements into a singularly cool statement. Really fun, fine stuff here. - Mark Pino

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