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THE DEADFLY ENSEMBLE An instructional Guide for aspiring Arsonists CD 2012

THE DEADFLY ENSEMBLE An instructional Guide for aspiring Arsonists CD 2012

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THE DEADFLY ENSEMBLE
Title: An instructional Guide for aspiring Arsonists   
Format: CD Digipack

First edition of the CD is coming in 4 panel EcoWallet with
fold out poster and limited edition hand-signed insert.
Year: 11.09.2012
Label: Projekt
Tracklist:         01 Wild-Eyed Hounds
02 Thirsty Girl, or, the Tale of the Storm Crow
03 Hammer, Anvil and Stirrups
04 The Early Years of Dr. Lindsay
05 Lizard Tree On Fire
06 The Glorious Immolation of the Holy Order of the Sun
07 Dog vs. Postman, in B
08 St. Nick's Sugar Hill Sanitorium (What do you reckon, Julia?)
09 Concerning two lunatic Vagabonds of the Middle Ages
10 Commercial Success
11 Marvelous Murderess
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The Deadfly Ensemble returns with their third album, a kid-gloved punch-up between artsy post-punk and off-kilter chamber-folk and their most frenetic offering to date, replete with cinematic arias, tomahawk-wielding  war-marches and dreamy, synth-laden vignettes.

Deadfly vocalist and songwriter Lucas Lanthier has already proven himself to be a renaissance man. Every album from his previous band Cinema Strange, as well as the first two Deadfly Ensemble albums, came well equipped with writings, videos, and artwork courtesy of Mr. Lanthier himself.
An Instructional Guide... keeps up the tradition, furnishing fans with a richly textured album package that includes a foldout poster with pages of the weirdly fantastic lyrics that have made Lanthier's projects famous AND a limited edition insert signed by the entire band! The music on An Instructional Guide... recalls some of the bombast and energy of his earlier Cinema Strange works, moving The Deadfly Ensemble into a new phase of snarling literary art-rock mischief.
They can still include themselves amongst a lineage of Weimar-era nightlife and even vaudevillian jazz performers, but the artistic developments are Dada chaos and sardonic brain teasers. Imagine that David Tibet took the Current 93 crew into a tunnel of love boat ride maintained, decorated and administered by the Virgin Prunes, and when they emerged they holed up in a New England lighthouse until an album was born from their quivering loins. And what the hell, the lighthouse was haunted...

With five members, this is the fullest version of the band to appear on record to date, providing a level of expression that their compositional sensibilities seem to revel in. The conflux of erratic musicians that form the Ensemble have wrought an album with some of the elaborate strangeness of Kate Bush and Sparks, but with liberal and conspicuous appointments from the topsy-turvy post-punk universe. The folk sensibility of the first two records persists, but if "folk" is the Shirley Collins in the equation, she has been kidnapped
by a renegade electric chamber orchestra, had her dainties crammed into leather and stilettos and given LSD to help ease her into her new world of coked-up rodeo clowns and dockside bars. Sort of like a lost episode of "The Prisoner."



















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