[eh?121]charles lareau
Box of Black
[eh?118]Jeff Surak
Eris I Dysnomia
[eh?117]Terrie Ex & Jaap Blonk
[eh?116]Erin Demastes
Thing Music
[eh?115]Kal Spelletich
The Blessing of the ZHENGKE ZGA37RG
[eh?113]Tech Riders
For Eternity
[eh?112]Abigail Smith
Indochina Soundscraps
The Realisation That Someone Has Been Stood Behind You Your Entire Life
[eh?110]Johannes Bergmark / Guido Hübner
nisip noaptea
[eh?109]Seeded Plain
Flying Falling
The Furies Inside Me OST
[eh?107]Jaap Blonk
Joyous Junctures
[eh?106]Sindre Bjerga
Hesitation Marks
[eh?105]Patrick Shiroishi / Arturo Ibarra
LA Blues
Atomnye Deti
[eh?103]Seeded Plain
Buffets Close Suddenly
[eh?102]Tania Chen & Jon Leidecker
Live In Japan
[eh?101]Cookie Tongue
Orphan Arms
monument 36
[eh?99]Bill Brovold
Misty Nights
[eh?97]L. Eugene Methe and Megan Siebe
Revisited, Revisited, Revisited
[eh?96]Felipe Araya
[eh?95]Eoin Callery
[eh?93]Bad Jazz
[eh?92]Ernesto Diaz-Infante
My Benign Swords
[eh?91]Larnie Fox
In The Cathedral of Airplanes
[eh?90]Tom Djll
[eh?89]Leonard * Day * Jerman
[eh?88]Das Torpedoes
Qu Nar
[eh?87]Ben Bennett & John Collins McCormick
[eh?86]Daniel Wyche
Our Severed Sleep
[eh?85]Seeded Plain
Spill Containment
[eh?84]Bad Jazz
Bad Dreams In The Night
[eh?83]Chefkirk & Andrew Quitter
Kaiju Manifestos
[eh?82]Venison Whirled
[eh?81]Gary Rouzer
Studies and Observations of Domestic Shrubbery
[eh?80]Unrepeatable Quartet
Edmonton 2012
[eh?79]Stefan Roigk
[eh?78]Lucky Bone
[eh?77]Jeffrey Alexander
No Sacred Snow, No Sacred Show
[eh?76]Bruno Duplant / Pedro Chambel / Fergus Kelly
(Winter Pale) Red Sun
[eh?74]Graves / Kreimer / Wilsey / Bachmann
The July Amalgam
[eh?73]Sky Thing
Virgin Journalist
[eh?72]Cactus Truck
Live in USA
[eh?71]Various Artists
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[eh?70]Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Park Seungjun and Jin Sangtae
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[eh?69]Edward Ricart & Tim Daisy
Yiu Ja Ley
[eh?68]Chagas And Schafer
Gesture To The Declining Sun
Plasma Clusters
[eh?66]Jeff Kaiser / Nicolas Deyoe
Chimney Liquor
[eh?65]Close Embrace of the Earth
At the Spirits Rejoice Festival
[eh?64]Jean-Marc Montera & Francesco Calandrino
Idi Di Marzo
[eh?63]Un Nu
[eh?62]Bailly / Millevoi / Moffett
Strange Falls
[eh?61]Jacob Felix Heule & Bryce Beverlin II
Space Sickness
Mud Layer Cake
[eh?58]Strongly Imploded
Twilight of Broken Machines
we must leave the warren
Moist Areas
[eh?55]Eloine & Sabrina Siegel
Nature's Recomposition 33
Any Port In A Storm
[eh?53]Eckhard Gerdes
!Evil Scuff Mud
[eh?52]Psychotic Quartet
[eh?51]Federico Barabino
Can You Listen To the Silence Between the Notes?
The Fruit Witch of Ancient Salamander
[eh?48]Ember Schrag
Jephthah's Daughter
[eh?47]Massimo Falascone / Bob Marsh
Non Troppo Lontano
[eh?46]Delplanque / Oldman
Chapelle de l'Oratoire
[eh?45]The Epicureans
A Riddle Within a Conundrum Within a Game
[eh?44]Croatan Ensemble
[eh?43]Man's Last Great Invention
[eh?42]Sad Sailor
Link to the Outside World
[eh?41]Ricardo Arias / Miguel Frasconi / Keiko Uenishi
[eh?40]Andreas Brandal
This Is Not For You
[eh?39]Gamma Goat
Beard of Sound, Beard of Sand
[eh?38]John Dikeman / Jon Barrios / Toshi Makihara
We Need You
[eh?37]David Moscovich
Ass Lunch
Four Plus One
I Manage To Get Out by a Secret Door
Dirty Realism
[eh?33]Jesse Krakow
World Without Nachos
Wave the Old Wave
[eh?30]Bryan Day
Four Televisions
Hear Here
Yama Labam A
[eh?27]Shelf Life
[eh?26]Papier Mache
[eh?25]Papier Mache

Seeded Plain - Flying Falling
C60 (San Francisco, CA)

Side A:
-Frost Axis
-Quilter's Relish
-Ritual Bushings
-Astral Turf

Side B:
-Henge Loft
-Tin Puncher
-Temporal Mush

Seeded Plain is Bryan Day & Jay Kreimer : Invented Instruments
Recorded by David Graves October 2017 at Fine Vermin Studio, San Francisco, CA

(Lost In A Sea Of Sound) Seeded Plain vibrates the earth. A giant amalgam of intense creations taking various strides and fluctuating paces. With each step, the complete weight of this combined entity sending concussive waves through the core. Appendages clank, rattle, insides gurgle and spew, another motion forward causing similar but alternate reactions. In some distant context there is rhythm, not as it's currently understood, but a complicated pattern stemming from two spirits. Sounds emanating with currents of energy, fueled by unadulterated creativity. The desire to build and compose what can not be mapped, a place journeyed to only once. Flying Falling is the recorded memory, an fortunately it can be played again. Bryan Day and Jay Kreimer are the duo comprising Seeded Plain. They have been working on this project for over ten years, steadily releasing their sonic pliability. This is just the content of both Bryan and Jay working together. A very small sum of individual and other cooperative projects, not to mention exhibits, art shows and workshops. With a wide range of various involvements, their Seeded Plain relationship has endured. Producing the newest collaboration titled Flying Falling, a sixty minute tape containing eight tracks. Their sounds are derived from beautifully crafted thoughtfully personal instruments. The aural output is beyond these words, so take a look and listen here for a few examples of these graceful creations... - Robot Rattle

(Cassette Gods) Guy in the parking lot directly below our balcony is power-washing his van’s guts out. An auto-enema, I guess? The sound is a multi-layered hiss and hum that sounds like a decent, idling vacuum cleaner and stovetop tea kettle are vying for attention…these howls then cut short by an actual, industrial wet/dry vac, which sounds more like a diesel-guzzling construction vehicle’s slow crawl than any debris harvesting shop-vac I’ve ever handled. &Now enter a commercial shop-vac (not making this shit up) into our apartment’s block-long corridor, just outside the apartment door, it’s accordion trunk breathing heavy, it’s snout scraping the (fucking filthy) crevice where carpet and chipped wall trim meet, desperately searching for peanut shells, toe nails, whatever it can. The above account of why I’ve woken up so fucking early after a poor night’s sleep fits in with these here sounds captured by Seeded Plain pretty well, my current surrounding urban taunts droning in sync and contrasting with SP’s (Bryan Day’s/Jay Kreimer’s) percussion-heavy explorations (nearly all being electro-acoustically wrung via pluck, skitter, scrape, rub, thwack) via their impressive collection of home made reverberant devices, something fierce! &let’s face it; deep listening to Eh? Records’ stuff won’t get done by many in an anechoic chamber. There’ll always be some outside color bleeding through when listening to their subtle, nuance-packed catalogue*, and listening to “Flying Falling” whilst being surrounded by commercial-grade dirt-suckers has leant me an entirely different narrative (albeit post-apocalyptic now) than when I listened to it, yesterday, amidst the relative quiet of crepuscular birds a-courting from telephone lines and coral gums that surround our complex. Where now, it sounds as if I am INSIDE a wheel-house of unaligned gears that don’t get along, but rather fight over rubber belts, claw at the tin skin encasing them, and attempt to shed their grime in hopes to rust back to stasis, yesterday, I felt I was bearing witness to the communiques of every single jungle animal and every single plains animal capable of producing a noteworthy utterance, all these fauna taking turns at the tree line to vent -and a good amount of overlapping argument did ensue- to one another, all the while, those incapable of moaning, shrieking, or howling attempted an animal morse-code on whatever rock or destroyed poacher’s vehicle door they could find nearby. Which is to say, Seeded Plain does one helluva job coaxing the most dynamic, enigmatic -and just plain old WILD- sounds possible from the devices they’ve personally cobbled together, whether they contain resonant chambers, strings/cords, loose metal clumps of varying smoothnesses/roundnesses, and/or contact microphones. “Flying Falling” is a goddamn trip, no matter where you’re listening from, physically, and metaphysically. Talk about versatile! - Jacob An Kittenplan

(Xactionmusic) Chords shriek and groan, scraping across thick metal ground. Sounds after committing a murder, picturesque of the kind of dilapidated internal structure which would reside after an experience of that magnitude. Many of the sounds are kept minimal yet unbounded by any true thought as to how abundant they should be. Some arrangement’s vacillate this devastation, while others are a nice whisper of psychedelic elements softly stirring something rancorous in the chamber of panic and dread. - Sutter Greaves

(KFJC) Seeded Plain are the local electroacoustic duo of Jay Kreimer and Bryan Day (of Collision Stories, and the head of the new music labels Public Eyesore and eh?). Over the length of this C60 tape, we’re drawn into a strange sonic realm made entirely from a collection of original homemade instruments invented by the duo. The devices used on this recording aren’t specified, but Day’s creations have names like Magnetoselqier, the Rotowhisker, and the Sputterphone, vivid titles that give clues to the origin of the unique sounds found here. At times they have a familiar counterpart – a plucked string, a toy piano, a vibration from a gong, a hiss of an insect. But others are utterly alien: the whistles, whirrs, and warbling tones from another dimension that melds with and subtly transforms our own. - Lexi Glass

(Chain DLK) Seeded Plain is a project of Bryan Day (who runs Eh? and Public Eyesore) and Jay Kreimer with what seems to be occasionally a changing cast of additional performers. The Flying Falling album is the duo of Bryan and Jay. Personally I am very familiar with Public Eyesore which has released music by some of my favorite artists since about 2001. On Discogs, this is often listed as "Jazz", "Experimental" or "Free Improvisation" which I feel like are pretty generic terms. While sounding unique I hear a lot of Musique Concrète influences. Flying Falling is a slow-moving scrape and dirge with various instruments being played in a non-traditional manner and distorted sounds of metal being rubbed and scraped to build a beautiful sonic experiment. Everything is laid out very well and you can tell the performers have experience in mixing these methods of sound generation together. This release is extremely chill and relaxing and shouldn't be missed by purveyors of experimental music. - Marc Benner

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