The Slate Pipe Banjo Draggers: Peeled Up For The Sake of Fruit Music 2012 LP

For fear of the band name being misleading, no banjo appears within the 22 minutes of "Peeled Up for the Sake of Fruit." But, instead, there's a good bet that some slate pipe does, which gives you a good indication of what to expect from The Slate Pipe Banjo Draggers' limited LP. The album itself is an enticing and frequently erratic wash of sound that welds field recordings and found sounds to industrial thump and weaving electro textures. Disembodied voices also rise up from the mix, mentioning delayed trains and Anthony Bourdain among other things. At its best, a darker, more urban version of Black to Comm's "Alphabet 1968" comes to mind, particularly on the skewed, stomping techno burner "Lion Cheater." – Ryan Potts, Experimedia
experimental dub dance noise field recording ambience. the four pieces have all been developed from an ever growing collection of field recordings, found sounds, computer generated noises and self made electronic instruments which are continually improvised with and expanded upon to produce the final works the field recordings were recorded in london, the south east of england, yorkshire, various european cities and sri lanka using minidisc, mp3 recorder, mini spycam, cassette, microcassette, mobile phone and video cameras. the slate pipe banjo draggers are the musical alias of london based sound artist andrew rowe

Other titles from No Label