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Hand Numbered Single Pressing of 500 copies. Includes full download and submersed world view.
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads ofHarmonettesMoon RitualsDoming HomeDo Me A FavourCacophonous VibesHarmonyHybrid VigourWho Said It Should Be Good?,
Tom Lyngcoln has been bending notes into human heads since the mid 1990s.
Originating from Hobart, Lyngcolns early love of dissonance & uncomfortable intensity has carried through all of his projects from The Nation Blue to Lee Memorial (with Sodastreams Karl Smith & Sleater Kinneys Laura Macfarlane) to Harmony (with wife Alex Lyngcoln and McCluskys Jon Chapple) and collaborations with Magic Dirt, Marc Ribot, Don Walker and more.
After two decades of refinement, Tom Lyngcoln presents his most concise work; 11 pieces for voice and guitar collectively titled Doming Home.
Using a suburban room, TL crushes notes together between harrowing screams and free form guitar work in the tradition of Syd Barrett, John Frusciante, Cat Power & Will Oldham.
Recorded 10 minutes drive from one of the worst suburbs in Australia, Doming Home features 11 songs about sharks and the space around themthe terror of where they are and where they are not. The music is tense, spacious and volatile but still wades knee deep into traditional song.
Doming Home will be released in late February through Lyngcolns resurgent single press label Solar/Sonar with a national tour to follow March / April 2018.creditsreleased February 26, 2018
Recorded and Mixed in lunch breaks in 2017 by TL
Art by Duncan Blachford at Tempohaus
Solar/Sonar is a Melbourne based Tasmanian obsessed mining company.