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"Kármán Voh is one of the strangest things I've recently listened to and which can still be labelled somewhere around "guitar music"." - Labandzi Spiew
Featured on Phantom Circuit
"...the eleven tracks carve out an experimental post-punk niche that is both original and compelling. This album is a definite must have." - Floorshime Zipper Boots
About the album:
Ill Loam comprises cuts from three year's worth of bedroom recordings, DAW obsessions, and a vehement self-editing process. The result is music that sounds simultaneously manic and depressive; overwhelmed with joy, yet ultimately tormented and negativized. The music shifts from uncoordination to precision, bending and inverting sounds to find hidden inflections: guitars become chimes, vocals become horns, cymbals become laughter, and poetry becomes prophesying.
Kármán Voh is a music project currently based in Boston, MA. Founding members Paul Koskins (they) and Charles Perrone (he) met in 2013 and formed a partnership of music, dedicated to exchanging local and global music finds, sharing ideas and collaborating over musical pieces and puzzles. Together, their music includes elements of post-punk, experimental rock and shoegaze.