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Last of the real hardmen

Last of the real hardmen

Last of the real hardmen


LAST OF THE REAL HARDMEN is the alter-ego used for the solo recordings of guitarist Chris Summerlin. Summerlin has also been a member of bands such as Wolves Of Greece, Reynolds, Lords and Felix. He has also played guitar for Glenn Branca and Damo Suzuki. LOTRHM records have been released by Bird War ("10,000 Miles" album), Low Point ("Darkness" album), Lone Hand (S/T 10" Lathe Cut) as well as numerous self-released CDR titles. Summerlin is often Read more on Last.fm
LAST OF THE REAL HARDMEN is the alter-ego used for the solo recordings of guitarist Chris Summerlin. Summerlin has also been a member of bands such as Wolves Of Greece, Reynolds, Lords and Felix. He has also played guitar for Glenn Branca and Damo Suzuki. LOTRHM records have been released by Bird War ("10,000 Miles" album), Low Point ("Darkness" album), Lone Hand (S/T 10" Lathe Cut) as well as numerous self-released CDR titles. Summerlin is often joined for live outings by other musicians such as drummers Patrick Farmer and Elvis Beetham-Wallace, cellist Lucinda Chua or guitarist Gareth Hardwick. Early releases leaned more towards a melodic and arranged style of guitar music built around fingerpicked acoustic guitar whereas more recent titles have been more freeform explorations of tone and the possibilities of the electric guitar. "Instead of the expected blast of six-stringed doom and gloom, Summerlin allows the occasional shaft of white light to illuminate his treated guitar playing. With subliminal nods to late period John Fahey, Loren Connors and Neil Young's Arc, what emerges from behind the shadows that he has chosen to hide behind is an album of improvisations that... are texturally rich and perfectly structured.

As black as Darkness appears on the surface, what lurks within is often blindingly brilliant" (Edwin Pouncey on Darkness in The Wire) 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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