EEE is pleased to announce our new I.S.S. (Indefinite Singles Series) on Bandcamp. We’ll be releasing new tracks every week or two from new demos, old + unreleased tracks, covers, etc. Many of these will end up in future releases in a more refined form, but the I.S.S. is a chance to hear everything in its raw form (and a chance to hear things pretty soon after we’ve recorded them). Enjoy.
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Our new cassingle is out NOW on the fantastic Copenhagen, Denmark-based label Skrot Up. EEE is incredibly happy to have a chance work with these guys, they’re fantastic, and they really did a stellar job printing and dubbing these beauties.
The tapes a hand-numbered and beautifully printed edition of 50. Order now from Skrot Up:
The artwork was created using a generative algorithm we developed. More info + photos after the jump:
Our newest album, On Growth and Form, is out now on Tired Trails. We are really excited about it, these are some of our favorite jams we have recorded and it is great to hear it on tape. Tired Trails really pulled out all the stops; the tapes look beautiful. Each one is hand numbered and placed in home made felt case. Limited edition of 50 so move fast to get one of these because you are going to be disappointed if you don’t.
Pick it up from Tired Trails here.
Software and Video artist James George used our track Washes for the soundtrack of his recent work what i remember from a long ride. It’s a happy marriage of sights and sounds; his custom video software meshes well with the blurry movements of washes. So check this video out now and visit his site to see more of what James George is up to.
We made this during our first photo shoot, then forgot about it… until now.
New Endless Endless Endless track available on ”A Pairing In Disorder” the two-tape compilation is now out from Darbolistic Rex!!
Go to http://noisearchive.org/shop and look for the COMP link at the bottom. Order yourself a copy so you can hold this unique tape in your own hands, five-color artwork screenprinted on an innovative double tape case, invented and produced by Darbolistic Rex also you can check out the tracks as mp3s on the site.
A recent EEE show where you can hear us playing the end of Beach and most of Washes.
The show was at Dixon Place in the the Lower East Side. Part of a weekly (Wednesdays) event of circuit bending, homemade electronics, even if we are not playing you should check it out if you are in nyc. 161A chrystie st (between rivington and delancey)
More clips live clips can be found on our vimeo site.
We are very excited to have Aquarius Records carry our Black Talisman cds at their store. And they gave us a glowing review that you can read on their website in their Highlights of New Arrivals #337 scroll down to the letter E. They are fast moving out of the store so if you miss it we still have a few cassettes left here and then this edition is done.
Luckily we have a new record coming out soon. Its on Kimberly Dawn Recordings a label that we are excited to be working with. They describe themselves as “artist run micro-label out of middle Tennessee- highlighting psych, haunting music, dream noise, lo-fi and other goodness”. It is the home for the artist Sparkling Wide Pressure and many more, you need to check out their stuff asap.
We have many more releases in the pipeline so stay tuned as 2010 will be an big year for Endless Endless Endless.
Here is a tiny taste of the artwork for our new release: