because it feels like a human and wondering response to life lived through the senses. because there's both ether and earth in here. it feels like being wrapped in a Navajo blanket and allowed to rest and dream.
Favorite track: zabriskie after midnight.morningcoyotes.long ash (goodbye),CA.
Part of the Arthur King collective and Dangerbird Records' "Arthur King Presents" album series.
Tim Rutili, the creative force behind Chicago bands Califone and Red Red Meat, crafts a sprawling landscape of sound on his instrumental album (arroyo) Abstractions. Swirls of processed guitar, strings, and piano drift over fragments of electronic chatter and curiously indescribable percussive phrases, evoking a living, breathing sonic ecosystem.
released September 28, 2018
Made and played by Tim Rutili, Winter 2017/2018
Recorded and mixed at Home, The Ship, Dangerbird and Beltway Sound. Los Angeles, CA
Jacob Ross - Mix Engineer/CoProducer - "nine minutes before taken by earthquake," "parson’s weed wins devil’s gate"
supported by 13 fans who also own “Arthur King Presents Tim Rutili: (arroyo) Abstractions”
Me and my friend used to go on drives all the time, and a lot of the time i asked what he was playing, and a majority of the songs were from Yo La Tengo. And since i went and listened to And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out i was fan. Never thought i’d buy one of their records for myself. violetstain