[Zombies] Mick Harris Collaboration

Eric Frans efrans at gmail.com
Fri May 28 13:26:59 PDT 2010


Yeah, really!

Looking at Discogs:
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Mick+Harris

I'd forgotten that Mick Harris has collaborated with quite a few people
already...  Bill Laswell, James Plotkin, Eraldo Bernocchi, Neil Harvey, John
Everall, Mark Spybey, and Ambre.

So there's hope!

   - Eric

On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 11:35 AM, adjust <adjust at rematter.com> wrote:

> but the real question is, is jack a napalm death fan...
>
>
>
> > Thanks Jon, that's encouraging news that Jack digs Scorn!  Maybe some
> > gentle
> > coaxing on your part could lead to their collaboration release on
> > Pretension. :-)   Instead of a traditional full-length with distinct
> > tracks,
> > another option would be to have one mega jam session similar to Scorn's
> > _List of Takers_, which is probably my favorite Scorn release and highly
> > recommended for all you Zombies!
> >
> > My guess is Mick is a private person and may be hard to team up with, but
> > my
> > fingers are crossed.  I'm speculating based on his music (Scorn and Lull)
> > and his passion for fishing (can be a very solitary sport).  Who knows,
> > though, maybe these are just his outlets and he's a socialite. ;-)
> >
> >    - Eric
> >
> > On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 7:21 AM, Jon Drukman <jdrukman at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 9:26 PM, Eric Frans <efrans at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> I got to thinking what an amazing full-length creation would be spawned
> >>> from a Jack Dangers / Mick Harris collaboration (not simply a remix
> >>> track
> >>> like "Silver Rain Fell").  In the recent Jack Dangers mix on Digital
> >>> Nimbus
> >>> there were some moments where I could almost hear Scorn as Jack slowed
> >>> the
> >>> beats down and got a bit more evil.  I seem to recall some Meat Beat
> >>> Manifesto tracks too with a bit of this sound, but I'm blanking on the
> >>> titles...  Dub is definitely embedded in both Scorn and MBM, but the
> >>> Scorn
> >>> sound can be a bit one dimensional at times, so interleaving it with
> >>> Jack's
> >>> techniques and palette would be exciting to hear!  Anyway, enough
> >>> dreaming,
> >>> but I'd be interested how others feel about this suggested collab.
> >>
> >>
> >> well, Jack agrees with you.  when we were doing the SF Weekly interview
> >> he
> >> mentioned that one of his favorite current artists is Scorn.
> >>
> >>
> >>> I'm sure you all have ideas of other artists to collaborate with Jack
> >>> too.  Another pairing I'd love to hear would be Jack Dangers / Dave
> >>> Wright
> >>> (Not Breathing).  As I remember the connection is already there since
> >>> Jack
> >>> has a custom circuit bent instrument or two that Dave created.
> >>>
> >>
> >> Dave played bass on one track on Jack's album "Loudness Clarifies" but I
> >> don't think they've done anything besides that. I'm kind of surprised
> >> there
> >> hasn't been more with the two of them to be honest.
> >>
> >>>
> >>> Given the digital distribution model the JDs followed with the tracks
> >>> composed and released in a few months, I'm optimistic for more
> >>> collaborations!
> >>>
> >>
> >> Me too!
> >>
> >> -jsd-
> >>
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