My Pain Is Kept In a Screwed Shut Wooden Box In a Storage Facility That I Don't Pay The Rent To / The Unstoppable Rise of Aesthetic Perfectionism
October 03, 2007
7'' Vinyl EP & MP3: (Out of print)
Digital Download Available: $4.00
Recorded in April of 2007, My Pain Is Kept In a Screwed Shut Wooden Box In a Storage Facility That I Don't Pay The Rent To/The Unstoppable Rise of Aesthetic Perfectionism finds Andy Ortmann joined by Seth Sher (Coughs, Oakeater). Panicsville redefine conceptions of noise and structure on the A-side of the record through their utilization of tape manipulation and percussive objects, and deliver a meticulously calculated arrangement which escalates in intensity from start to finish on The Unstoppable Rise of Aesthetic Perfectionism. Pressed to a run of 100 copies on hot pink vinyl, cover art for this release was created by New York based artist Nate Hill (http://stoproadkill.org/) and photographed by Lucy Hamblin. Both selections on this record are mastered for optimum sound.