Releases on Boring Machines:Satan is my Brother (2007)
Satan got lost in the lynchan highways once. It was the first time he had to deal with the sense of paranoia of the modern living and to escape from it, he was forced to drive around endlessly under a plumbeous and menacing atmosphere.
After countless hours behind the wheel, he reached the gates of hell, where he escorted Dante and Virgilio through the circles of Inferno. When he came out, instead of seeing again the stars, he found himself through the darkness again. He was haunted, possessed by the same paranoid feelings like the first time, so he had to find a way out.
This time he climbed on a mountain, trying five different paths to reach the top and be safe from the city and the people who inhabit there.
Satan is my Brother is four different people, which play noisy jazz, or jazzy noise or none of the two. Melodies built on sax and trombone, struggle to surface from layers of electronics, groovy bass lines and free form drumming.