Like arc welding, I think lyric decipherment, when it comes to micro grindcore, is quite a specialised skill. There’s possibly a TAFE, or adult education course in it.
Hannah Hunt opens in a seascape. A gentle, pretty song, it initially glides in that ethereal space between sleeping and waking. There’s a quietness, an almost meditative quality to the music that maybe mirrors our narrator’s quest for peace.
Mickey Randall looks at three iconic moments in song: moments in A Hard Day's Night by The Beatles, Paradise City by Guns 'n' Roses, and The Tourist by Radiohead.
Mickey Randall A laundry in Kimba, September, 1993 (a Tuesday) Stripping precious bushels from the wheat, our voices pranged out across the paddocks. The adult in charge was Coopers Sparkling Ale.
Mickey Randall Sydney Airport, January 5, 2006 I fiddle with my Walkman radio, singularly ravenous for Australian sounds.