"There’s something about this record that’s hard to get a grip on. It seems to float on layers of melody rather than rhythm, and in places it has an incomparable start of autumn melancholic atmosphere." --Alan Cummings
柴山伸二) , who played in Idiot O'Clock at the time, and currently comprises half the duo, Nagisa Ni Te. Shinji pressed just 300 copies of 肉を喰らひて誓ひをたてよ on his own label, Org Records. Hallelujahs' lo-fi psych haze has an ephemeral quality-- melodies waft beneath a sweet end-to-summer bummer. Or as one review (re:Idiot O'Clock) put it: "Do they even have porches in Japan?" Northern Hemisphere, this record meets you at just the right time.
Niku Wo Kuraite Chikai Wo Tateyo
(Thanks to Immortal Serenades for the fine photos)