First copies will be pressed on red vinyl.Panagiotis Melidis started writing music as Larry Gus (λάρυγγας [larigas], greek for larynx)...
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Panagiotis Melidis started writing music as Larry Gus (λάρυγγας [larigas], greek for larynx) in 2006, after his previous band, the bass and drums duo Ginger, parted ways. Initially his music combined sample-based constructions and psychedelic pop melodies, merged into an infinitely dense amount of layers and polyrhythms. He soon became known for his energetic and chaotic improvised live performances that involve intricate layering of vocals, drums, and electronics… along with lively stage banter.
On his upcoming DFA album, I Need New Eyes (a title inspired by a Marcel Proust misquotation), moving slowly out of his sample-based roots and using clearer songwriting structures as his starting point, he stares intensively into his obsessions, anxieties and inadequacies, namely failure, humiliation, subservience, submission, and comparisons with other musicians’ careers, always through the prism of a provincial outsider.
1. Black Veil Of Fail 2. NP Complete 3. A Set Of Replies 4. Taking The Personal Away 5. Belong To Love 6. All Graphs Explored 7. The Sun Describes 8. Nazgonya (Paper Spike)