Announcing the new EP by (a truth called nothing)
The unconventional convention of “interesting” thinking is upon us. The man with the mind of an ape, the hands of a child and the balls of a watermelon will take to the stage and announce just what is great, HUGE, awesome, terriffic, terrible, weak, Mexican, Muslim, and amazing.
To celebrate the upcoming and much anticipated convent of huge, best and incredible thinking, we will release an EP called The Orange Orangutan’s Revenge this thursday, the 21th. It shall be the first in a series of EPs, which will trickle out of us somewhat often, all with 5 songs and based on different ideas. This first one is a deep collaboration with DJ Bo Blaze, the most artistic and rigorous DJ in all of the European mainland.
This record isn’t about Donald Trump, not really. It’s about the zeitgeist, it’s about the second wind of demagoguery, it’s about being here in the world right now, in the current time, in a corner of society. Join us and count down from five. Join the Deathlist.
Sluggerhand (2015), part 2
“Come on, baby, hold my d**k…”
Rope Money (2010)
“Your rock band for the evening”
Before I begin this discographist blog about the songs on Rope Money, a few words about the cover. We commissioned up-and-coming illustrator and jazz performer Wille Westerman to interpret a cryptic dream one of the band members had the previous year. The music started production as early as 2006 – atcn always take their sweet time in finishing their projects – but the cover didn’t show up at the BOF Records office until the week of release. Since that time, the cover has been analysed by a team of psychiatrists, who have officially made the call that any possible Freudian interpretation of the painting is to be considered valid. It is a great cover, end of story. Continue reading
A year called 2016
Dear potential reader,
Welcome to TRUTH blog. The blog of a truth called nothing. Many things have happened since we last opened our activities to the public. There has been a slow trickle of releases this past year, making several old releases public on various streaming services for the first time. We have released a new live album, capturing some concerts a couple of years ago, during the spectral electro-acoustic times. Finally, the new concept record, Sluggerhand, was unleashed. With the support of, among others, our friends at Radio Moscow and the ”Jango” community, we are regularly heard on the actual radio, by people from all across the world, and our fictional Chinese friends, of course. Continue reading