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Molecular - Warmest Regards
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Out 24th November 2017

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Molecular

Warmest Regards

Hiddenseer

Expected: 24th November 2017 | 7 track experimental album

Begun on a whim in 2010 by Enablers vocalist Pete Simonelli (words, vocals) and Lynn Wright of And the Wiremen (guitar), Molecular has seen a broad cast of musicians come and go in its highly rotational flux of instrumentation and musicianship in performances around New York City, England and Spain. It is a feel oriented collection of players whose ideas evoke a steady yet shape-shifting spirit of improvisation.

Warmest Regards is the culmination of a short week-long tour throughout England. This live recording is taken from a very lively, intimate set on a wintry Sunday night at New River Studios in London. The line-up includes Simon Goff (And the Wiremen) on violin, Algis Kizys (ex-Swans, Of Cabbages and Kings) on bass, and Sam Ospovat (Enablers, Ava Mendoza) on drums. It documents the progressive cohesion of the band after six straight nights of entirely improvised music. Over the course of these six shows, the poems, rants, and music were never delivered the same way twice. On that basis alone, we just took the thing and let it kick us each and every way possible until the egg timer chimed and the set would then conclude. There were no foundations, no arrangements, and there was never any solid plan. The only rule we followed, as is ever the case with improvisation, was listening to each other.

Credits

Pete Simonelli - words and voice
Lynn Wright - Guitar
Simon Goff - Violin
Algis Kizys - Bass
Sam Ospovat - Drums

Recorded live at New River Studios, London UK on Dec 6th, 2015
Mixed by Algis Kizys
Mastered by Douglas Henderson @ Micro Moose Berlin
Artwork and Layout by David Hand