[MOSS 011] Abdul Hamid Sherzai - Bubonic
An alchemist of rotten audio from modified sound boxes. Once a member of bands like "Native Crust," and "Swamp," Abdul Hamid Sherzai has been working solo as Bubonic Hermaphrodite for years. 'BUBONIC' is quite possibly the first release from Abdul under his actual name.
'Doubt Benefits' starts off with skeletal tones that wheeze and gasp in vain as they collect more and more junk along the way. 'Maunder Minimum' sends out razor-sharp wave forms that burst into rainbow fractals right in front of your face, while 'A Nend To Nend' pulsates like an industrial artery. Though there are some intense sounds here, each track showcases an acute sense of restraint as the pieces are quite minimal, allowing the listener to fully appreciate the texture every mutating sound.
Both tapes were designed, printed, assembled, dubbed at Moss Archive. Hand-stamped edition of 50.