Category Archives: The Way Out

Group Autogenetics II

Hey all, Along with Group Auto I and Chain of Missing Links, this track forms the third in the trilogy of hypno-themed tracks that bookend the record.  There was such an avalanche of great voices from thrift shop tapes that it was clear early … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Free Translator

Hi Everyone. This track came out of a simple concept that we discovered a few years ago.  During the Lemon of Pink era, every so often we would get a review in a foreign language, like Japanese or Italian, and it seemed … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Story of Hip Hop

Hey, good morning, just three tracks left! Hip Hop the genre is largely credited to the Bronx block parties of the late seventies where, by popular demand, percussion loops were isolated and looped as a rhythmic bed for prototypical emcees.  The … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

We Bought The Flood

Hey All, If you’ve seen our live show, you know that video has always been our ‘front man’.  Since Windish convinced us to start touring we knew we needed some kind of foil to keep attention moving around the stage so we could … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Thirty Incoming (second half)

Hey all, sorry! I was so sleepy last night… my thoughts were feeling way in the background.  Now they feel more front and center so I’ll write a bit more about 30 incoming. I can subconsciously trace the musical imagery of … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Thirty Incoming (First Half)

Hey All, This track contains what I have come to believe is the ‘best answering machine tape of all time”.  I remember the first time I heard the tape pretty clearly.  We were in the van, a gray 15 passenger Dodge we called Arthur, on tour … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A Wonderful Phrase By Ghandi

Hi Everyone. In 1931 Mahatma Gandhi was asked by Columbia Gramaphone to make a record for them.  With some second thoughts, he decided to record an essay that he had written called ‘On God’.  It is one of the best recordings … Continue reading

Posted in The Way Out, Uncategorized | Leave a comment