Sometimes I can pretend I’m verbose enough to describe the stuff I put up on the blog, and sometimes I’m better off just copying and pasting the press release. The Butterscotch Cathedral gets the latter:
The Butterscotch Cathedral is the new studio project from Matt Rendon (Resonars, Lenguas Largas) with Chris Ayers & Jim Waters. Featuring three tracks total (Side one is one 18min sidelong track, & side two contains “Loud Heavy Sun” & the 17-minutes suite “Lisa’s Dream”) the project is Rendon’s homage to the great Sixties & Seventies concept records from bands like The Who & The Beach Boys, both of whom Rendon cite as an influence. Won’t you come inside?
“Flood of Mendoza” finds itself tucked into the albums A-side. The S/T album is out 10/2 on Trouble in Mind.