Monday, April 4, 2011


My good friend Andi Diluvian has recently finished recording a new album under his moniker BOUGH. The album, Night's Electric Dog, is an awesome, meandering assemblage of strange voices, thick sine walls, stirrings and driftings. Andrew describes it in his own words:

Night’s Electric Dog began as a concept based on a perversion of the “Zoological Fantasy” theme, originally coined by Camille Saint-Saëns for the “Le carnaval des animaux” suite. The concept of the zoological fantasy has been isolated from that particular framework for its usefulness as a point of departure, a vehicle to meditate on the unique forms that make up my own fantasy life, and a way to dissolve as many boundaries between there and here as possible. The resulting album is a 78 moment program glissing the conflux of dream, animal essence, and magickal enterprise.

The album is being released in it's first limited edition, a gorgeous, painstakingly handmade set that includes a unique PHOTOPLASMAGRAM with each copy. To those of you with an ear and a heart for experimental musick I highly recommend you listen/buy/download or at least learn more about this project by visiting Andy at
at Bandcamp.

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