The Canadian drone artist's next LP is called Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn.
Canadian artist Kyle Bobby Dunn will release a two-disc album later this month called Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn.
Dunn is an Ontario-based artist with a droning style of ambient music that's rooted in neo-classical. He's been performing and recording since the late '90s, and in the time since then has earned accolades by everyone from Pitchfork to The New York Times. Double-disc albums (with self-referential titles) are nothing new for Dunn: the latest is his second, after 2010's A Young Person's Guide to Kyle Bobby Dunn. Like that release, Head will come out on Low Point, a small avant-garde label based in Canada.
Here's a video for a track from the album, "An Evening With Dusty," filmed in New Zealand:
01. Canticle of Votier's Flats
02. La Chanson de Beurrage
03. Ending of All Odds
04. Douglas Glen Theme
05. An Evening with Dusty
06. The Hungover
07. Diamond Cove (And Its Children Were Watching)
08. The Troubles with Tres Belles
09. Innisfal (Rivers of My Fathers)
10. The Calm Idiots of Yesterday
12. Completia Terrace
13. In Search of a Poetic Whole
15. Moitie et Moitie
Low Point will release Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn on June 25th, 2012.