Yawiquo by Sax Ruins, released 05 September 2015 1. Korromda Peimm 2. Zurna Taksim 3. Hyderomastgroningem 4. Czerudmuntzail 5. Snare 6. Pallaschtom 7. Zworrisdeh 8. Komnigriss 9. Nivaftopoftz 10. Gravestone 11. Znohjmo 12. Jallamjikko 13. Bupphairodazz 14. Epigonen 15. Pig Brag Crack 16. Djubatczegromm 17. Yawiquo. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Drummer and composer Yoshida Tatsuya continues to be the central (and at times the only) member of Ruins, who have now existed primarily as a bass-and-drums duo for nearly 25 years.
With Ruins, Koenjihyakkei and others, he creates dense, hyper-kinetic prog/math-rock, minimalist in instrumentation, maximalist in compositional complexity, accompanied by lyrics with no meaning beyond the phonetic. Aside from occasional diversions into keyboard-led prog or skronky-skree improv sessions with Derek Bailey, Ruins has largely been a two-person bass–drums clinch. But it's never been the same two for long. Tracklist geek gripes aside, Yawiquo is a wonderful thing, forceful, extrovert, and more than a little silly – an oft-maligned attribute in music, but in this context a fine thing indeed. It takes a lot of brains to be this foolish, y'know. It's the musical equivalent of the ly-made-up episode of Ren & Stimpy scripted by Niels Bohr. It's been seven years since the last album. Was the synapse-mauling Tzomborgha as far as the band could go in terms of complexity?
Only for completionists (0%). So far, this is the only Ruins album (that I know of) which doesn't have an incredible bassist playing. Instead, it has no bassist, and instead has Ono Ryoko playing saxes and flute, hence the band name (Sax Ruins)
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Korromda Peimm, 02:19.