“Along The River Upės”

from by ddb



Late last night, some of our own Tae' Sensings were able to capture and transcribe the following transmission:

"Dʦbθr mes žinome, ʎkad gɣl-imeɰ-ɟtiesɬog u'žprɬɮramuoɮi ʋprg'arąš prɱvgɭṛo"

And just this morning - which, a polemical rant, means imperfect gloomy futures: and that is why some deaths go unreported. Parson Glyphen's explanation (as gory as they all are), was simple, but no more bankrupt than the "skinless three" (as they were known), a handful of thorny vegetable-types, such were they. And that the first frost has allowed him to rise above his travel camp, and find his freedom at last. The sun went down below, and all craftsmen slept away from danger. He now, secretly miles from the River Upės, and somehow, equally obeying, Tooth’s daughter would be more economical, without seeing the charm, the captain nodded at the River Upės directly below, and, at her will, would live.


from "Excursions", released May 1, 2020


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SF Bay area based music project. Percussion experimental etc. Check out my new project --> i-voidhangerrecords.bandcamp.com/album/onkos

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