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Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD) US

Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD) (cover image) Our latest shared release continues the transatlantic theme, featuring a pair of duos who follow different but complementary routes to lost lands of avant-psych-drone overload. Century Plants is a two-headed guitar monster from upstate New York, both also serving in the larger Burnt Hills collectivity; gtrs plugged directly into hi-tension wires mainline pure raw overbleed, calling to mind the finest Japanese and New Zealand noise masters w/o sounding like anyone but themselves. French twosome the Qoast have a number of releases under their belts under the name Ghost Brames; here they kick things up a good few notches, doubling up each on swirling gtrs & bash-tastic drums for a Gallic free-psych whirlwind epic that manages to be simultaneously atomically heavy and woozily levitational. Three tracks total, 50 minutes.
$8.00

Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD) International

Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD) (cover image) Our latest shared release continues the transatlantic theme, featuring a pair of duos who follow different but complementary routes to lost lands of avant-psych-drone overload. Century Plants is a two-headed guitar monster from upstate New York, both also serving in the larger Burnt Hills collectivity; gtrs plugged directly into hi-tension wires mainline pure raw overbleed, calling to mind the finest Japanese and New Zealand noise masters w/o sounding like anyone but themselves. French twosome the Qoast have a number of releases under their belts under the name Ghost Brames; here they kick things up a good few notches, doubling up each on swirling gtrs & bash-tastic drums for a Gallic free-psych whirlwind epic that manages to be simultaneously atomically heavy and woozily levitational. Three tracks total, 50 minutes.
$13.00

Century Plants / Qoast reviewed at Ear-Conditioned Nightmare

...this disc is part of Deep Waters' split series, which features a couple discs of aural compatriots splitting time over a single disc. In this case, Century Plants open things with two tracks before The Qoast get the last word with an extended blast themselves. ...

click here to read full review at Ear-Conditioned Nightmare 

Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD)

Century Plants / The Qoast (Split CD) (cover image) Our latest shared release continues the transatlantic theme, featuring a pair of duos who follow different but complementary routes to lost lands of avant-psych-drone overload. Century Plants is a two-headed guitar monster from upstate New York, both also serving in the larger Burnt Hills collectivity; gtrs plugged directly into hi-tension wires mainline pure raw overbleed, calling to mind the finest Japanese and New Zealand noise masters w/o sounding like anyone but themselves. French twosome the Qoast have a number of releases under their belts under the name Ghost Brames; here they kick things up a good few notches, doubling up each on swirling gtrs & bash-tastic drums for a Gallic free-psych whirlwind epic that manages to be simultaneously atomically heavy and woozily levitational. Three tracks total, 50 minutes.
$8.00

Century Plants / Qoast reviewed at Foxy Digitalis

This is the third wave of Deep Water’s split release series, and the second to span the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Those boys down there at DW HQ sure do have their heads on straight (or maybe they’ve spun ‘em around a couple of times), because this one’s a real doozy! Pairing the tremendously huge guitar drone from upstate NY’s Century Plants with the deep forest psych of French rising stars The Qoast (also known as Ghost Brâmes) was a damn wise decision. Two duos meeting mid-Atlantic, instruments raised in salute – sounds like a plan!! ...

click here to read full review at Foxy Digitalis


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