bcp019 - azfarat - a thread of little significance trilogy
bcp019.1 released: sept 27th, 2014
"this is personal. this is a conversation between the two of us. each of these songs was written baring myself fully, but leaving room for you, the listener, to engage yourself. a simply sad song will make you sad, and a happy song will make you happy, but i don't want to have only this effect on you. i want you to come as you originally are, i want to amplify and reflect what you bring with you back upon yourself. have some. you've earned it. sit back, relax, and enjoy some peace and quiet." - azfarat
bcp is pleased to announce the trilogy of extreme noise from Azfarat! first came "peace and quiet" a full length release of dadaist noise. "all things end and other delightful yarns" is a digital single that links "peace and quiet" with the conclusionary "yggdrasil and the plague of frogs." together they form "a thread of little significance trilogy."
azfarat is a noise project from brattleboro vt that takes the audio influences of modern noise and industrial music and mixes them with futurist and dadaist ideas about what music was, is, and will become. the end result is screechy and atonal. it most lacks rhythm and may have you feeling relieved when it finally reaches its end.
peace and quiet is not background music; it isn't meant to be absorbed passively. it is not meant to be merely heard: it needs to be experienced! if you're not ready to allow yourself to give into it than maybe you're not ready for peace and quiet. but whether you are ready or not, in the end this is the peace and quiet that you and your dissonant world deserve. peace and quiet is out there. this is the inevitable result.
bugs crawling out of people present azfarat in 2 digital only releases and one full length CD release.