HANZ leaves his cobbled castle, held together by chipping cement, coldly-sweating stones, and the history of its seclusion. Resting in the basin of a nighttime forest, his lair demands the bodies of his victims, soon to be pieced together by his long needle of instrumental embroidery. Armed with his agility, a knack for tracking, and a shining blade, he sets off to claim his victims. And they should be honored : their disjointed bodies will shamble together a man’s audacious prowess and nature’s unwavering simplicity. A moonlit sky of shining warps, bright hi-hats, and shaken metals, HANZ’ cover is briefly interrupted every few paces as he charges forward. An insatiable hunger powered by dribbling drums, growling bass, and flittering subtleties, HANZ’ intensity is bound only by sharply-remembered calm. He collects bodies and settles at his table, ready to recite A BRIEF GUIDE.
HANZ drops his latest instrumental project A BRIEF GUIDE, owning all the production and the cover art on this badboy. It’s more of a soundtrack than an album. Tracking the mind of a mad hunter, harvesting prey for a Frankenstein-ed experiment. Constantly filling and asphyxiating sounds, HANZ drudges over their many forms, pursuing their capacity for revitalization. Cranking gears of sound together, he looks into music through an industrial wretch. Ignoring the barriers between tracks and the need to loop sounds for rhythm, HANZ is able to capture the sensations of pursuit, evasion, and ecstasy. Churning coldly-brewed sounds against organically-sprouted ones, he explores the separations between sound sources, finding rhythm in dissonance. Set some time aside for this.
-CUTT CZAR (HERONALD REAGAN)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS : FRANKLIN WEATHERFIELD AKA DENZEL SPLASHINGTON AKA PATOIS VUITTON AKA CHUCKDEGAULLE