Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Thursday: Blotted Science - Vermicular Asphyxiation

     How's this for a carry-over theme from my last post: progressive instrumental with lots of jazzy influences and new material in the works. If these guys somehow had a Canadian connection, this segue would be nearly perfect, but alas, I'll have to settle for an increased tech quotient on this one. Sigh.

     Word on the street last fall was that Ron and Company were set to start work on a new record over the winter, but things have been more or less all quiet on the Blotted Science front since then. Hopefully no news is good news, in the sense of album progress being made, but either way we're stuck with old Blotted Science for the foreseeable future.

     No that there's anything wrong with that, seeing as how labyrinthine instrumental tech-prog is up everybody's alley, right?  Right. So let's put on "Vermicular Asphyxiation" from Blotted Science's 2011 EP The Animation of Entomology as background music for our ceremonies of propitiation to the tech gods asking for new Blotted Science in 2015.

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