+

Today is Yesterday's Tomorrow

about this release

Thierry Müller and Aaron Moore met up during a shared gig in 2009. Although they were playing separate sets, that gave them the opportunity to share their respect for each other’s work. Striving for new experiences, they booked a studio to see what they could get out of this, without any preconceived idea in mind.

This session was strikingly fruitful. By the end of it, an album was conceived. The two musicians immediately wanted to release this on vinyl, and with their endless productivity, a double LP was rapidly considered. Almost nothing was changed apart from the rerecording of Aaron’s voice on Absolute Divorce and I Swan You. Actually, the only difficulty was to cut a few bits so that it all fitted on two sides of a vinyl.

The variety of the instruments and the musical richness of those 74 minutes give you a hard time to put this record into any category. Alternately noisy, melodic, rock or ambient, Today Is Yesterday’s Tomorrow is an experimental record in the literal and figurative sense.

Today Is Yesterday’s Tomorrow is available in double LP with insert and a unique download coupon to get the mp3 version.

prices & format

2xLP 12" : 20 euros. buy !

tracklist

A1. absolute returk (0:53)
A2. cybèle était si belle (9:16)
A3. le secret des pieds (8:36)
A4. olivia is thinking (2:26)
B1. the helicopter of the beast (19:00)

C1. absolute divorce (5:33)
C2. fantocomon (4:00)
C3. the slits runner (3:25)
C4. are you in a plane? (2:43)
D1. the lost interstellar tourist (4:18)
D2. i swan you (9:15)
D3. meurtre parfait (4:54)

soundcloud

credits

All music composed by Aaron Moore and Thierry Müller.
Aaron Moore played drums, slit drum, percussion, trumpet, wind objects, tapes, voice.
Thierry Müller played guitars, bass, piano, synth, tone generator, percussion.

Recorded live at le Tremplin by Loris Pinard, october 10, 2009.
Additional recordings on 6, 8, 11 at Aaron's and Thierry's between summer 2010 and summer 2011.
Mixed by Patrick Müller at Studio Pierre Schaeefer, produced by Thierry Müller.
Cover photo: Olivier Culmann/tendance floue from watching tv.