It features an 86-minute hybrid live and studio set.
Burn Brightly In The Night Then Disintegrate With Delight, which ships mid-October, features 86-minutes of original material, recorded from a hybrid live and studio set. In an Instagram post, the artist calls it a "new tape of murk, unreleased works and a few sonic quirks from a not-so-Young Turk. The only appearance (ever!) at @thelotradio, never (ever!) uploaded or heard online, released soon on @originpeoples."
In July, Madteo also released a cassette mix for Demdike Stare's DDS label.
Read Madteo's full Instagram post.
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New tape of murk, unreleased works and a few sonic quirks from a not-so-Young Turk. The only appearance (ever!) at @thelotradio, never (ever!) uploaded or heard online, released soon on @originpeoples. Halloween 2017, which ended up being 'NY Terror Truck Day'. Already in a slightly acrid mood, the northern reaches of Kings Co. may as well be Florence, Italy during the 14th century's black plague insofar as being a no-go zone for moi (French being a commonly spoken language around there). Matter-of-fact, the Williamsburg-Greenpoint nexus is an especially heebie-jeebies inducing locale for some (many?) semi to total curmudgeons like yo.... Unbeknownst to me, the Lot Radio sits in the middle of an intersection I crossed regularly in 1995-96-97 when I would haul corrugated plastic USPS bins filled with music promo mailings to the P.O. on Meserole St from the Wordsound Rcds Compound on N.11th St.. (Snuck a couple Wordsound logos on the as crude as hopefully gaudy collage) As a primitive collagist many drafts, edits, got scrapped which had another memento from those years for me. The cover of Bill Cooper's 'Behold a Pale Horse' which I read in '96 and which I realized decades later was/still is the most widely read title in the U.S. prison system and most lifted book at Barnes & Nobles according to (if I remember correctly) 'Pale Horse Rider' the great book by Mark Jacobson @palehorseriderbook published last year which tells the story of BAPH and its author.
Origin Peoples will release Burn Brightly In The Night Then Disintegrate With Delight in October 2019.