Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been by Spatial Distortion

Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been

Released on:  December 22nd, 2015
Celestial significance: Winter Solstice
Photography courtesy of: Unsplash

"Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been" marks the 10th release by Spatial Distortion. Combining elements of glitch, trip hop and ambient "Living..." represents the culmination of 10 years of experimentation with sound. 

How To Make A Planet In 30 Steps Or Less by Numb Charlie

The first track from the brand-new project named Numb Charlie. How To Make A Planet In 30 Steps Or Less is a glimpse into what we can expect from this project in the future. Numb Charlie is the side-project of Jim Brodhagen (Spatial Distortion, Audio Lab, Bobbie Boob) of Lincoln, Nebraska. 

 
 
 
 
 

Boobie Boob to play live with Giant Claw, Touch People at the Think Tank House

Bobbie Boob will be playing a live show with Giant Claw and Touch People at the Think Tank House on September 27th, 2013. 

Thanks again to Bad Robot Brain for the killer poster art

 

Here's some photos from the show by Gary Andrews:

Bobbie Boob to play live at the Tribal Equinox Festival

Bobbie Boob has been asked to play at the 2nd annual Tribal Equinox festival. They will be playing on the 3rd day (September 23th) early in the morning. Featuring 3 full days of live music, food and camping set in a beautiful outdoor and heavily-wooded venue filled with art. 

 

Here's some photos taken during the festival: