It was only natural that he would move to reciprocating the influences that were inspiring him. Brown adopted the name of a Guatemalan city, and Cayur was forged. Worlds End Girlfriend and the work Keith Kenniff has done under the name Helios are only the tip of Browns iceberg of inspiration. Another point of reference would be avant garde film makers such as Jan Svankmajer.
By now, Brown has spent countless hours that have turned into years writing with midi programs and perfecting his out of the ordinary style of composing. Cayurs sounds not only offer an outlet to Browns rural life in Somerville, TX, but they also offer the rest of us a glimpse into spatial sound washes and droning aural waves that blanket airy guitar rhythms. At the same time, these compositions are derived with surrealism and light noises of juxtaposition in mind, hence the random additives of organic noise that weave about his songs. Cayur is a fresh, green project that has the promise to grow in all directions, and Cory Brown is making sure that there are flowery petals blooming along the way.
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