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Ajilvsga

Ajilvsga

Ajilvsga


Ajilvsga is an Oklahoma-based duo comprised of Brad Rose (Foxy Digitalis webzine co-foundator, Foxglove / Digitalis / Dial Square Tapes labels runner, responsible of excellent musical projects like The North Sea and The Golden Oaks to name a few) and Nathan Young. The line-up has seen occasional friend-guests like Eden H. Rose, Michael Donnelly (from the great Australian LSD-commune Brothers Of The Occult Sisterhood) and Xela (Type Records). Ajilvsga Read more on Last.fm
Ajilvsga is an Oklahoma-based duo comprised of Brad Rose (Foxy Digitalis webzine co-foundator, Foxglove / Digitalis / Dial Square Tapes labels runner, responsible of excellent musical projects like The North Sea and The Golden Oaks to name a few) and Nathan Young. The line-up has seen occasional friend-guests like Eden H. Rose, Michael Donnelly (from the great Australian LSD-commune Brothers Of The Occult Sisterhood) and Xela (Type Records). Ajilvsga have slowly carved (through a long series of limited cassettes and CDRs) an intense wall-of-sound, full of dramatic tensions and well-arranged drone/doom atmospheres. As Brad tried to explain about Ajilvsga, "it should be considered as the other side of the coin... the blackest one".

And you won't have to ask for a psychologist's opinion, because it's really easy to find right now Brad's best naturalistic obsessions (enchanted/ecstatic nature into The North Sea idylliac tracklists) reversed into a bleaker-than-night pagan imaginary... For more info check Ajilvsga @ MySpace Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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