Golden Grates

by Minnis and McEwan

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The collected works of Corin and Minnis, vari-ably assisted by Paul Taylor, 2013-2015. As the mood took us, after spoken word cosmic propulso-rock, we sweep toward the surreal. Then, creepout fuzz bass and Electronic Voices prevail. Enjoy.


released August 24, 2016

Made by Minnis using a computer and instruments, with raw materials and wonderful musicking from Corin McEwan and Paul Taylor.



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Unbearded prog rocker collides with native grunge-folk mythology, spoken word + fuzzy fusion rock.

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Track Name: The Automated Man
Millions of regulated ozone. I am all through in parts, the Automated Man.
Especially when fine, air is rising and Roses Crystalline. How many candles died to make this bulb?
Outsourcing quickly, we ramp up the specialisms. In fact, lucrative. A bronze pea-sized amount.
So you're flailing into the middle distance, a spent force.

We continue to automate - it's fluid, exchange. Let's throw some numbers around. Regardless, we become the Automated Man. This Supine Leviathan.
When the future drops anchor I plan to steal aboard, just one fierce streak.
I can be out of there in a few seconds before they know I am alive.
This is the equivalent of a momentary bird-like trance.
Up and over the side.

Meanwhile on a cellular level, interred peaceful in hamster-coloured Metro with MG badge.
If insurance go poking around they'll find a 1.4 but we just won't crash it. It is automated pincer time, can we grumble about this?
The motions are smooth. Let's describe a memory.
Track Name: Anything else either
It was on the wrong axes.
Track Name: A horse flying out of the casket in your memory twice
You don't want to know.
Track Name: An interface unto your eye
An interface onto your eye that allows memories to be recorded.
Track Name: Thin soil, like where the ants have been
I don't know if they would show from the outside.