Posts Tagged ‘Fin Records’

Long Distance Poison x E.S.P. TV x Matthew Caron “Signal III”

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012


E.S.P. TV #17 from E.S.P. TV / LOUIS V E.S.P. on Vimeo.

Taped Live at PACS Gallery, Brooklyn NY for live stream to Seattle’s Next 50 Festival, 2012

Music by Long Distance Poison

Signal I and Signal II videos by Matthew Caron

Live video mix and manipulation by Scott Kiernan, Victoria Keddie, and Ethan Miller

Cameras by Lee Lichtsinn, Matt Bonner, and Rebecca Gaffney

Produced by E.S.P. TV for Manhattan Neighborhood Network, 2012

Long Distance Poison – Signals To A Habitable Zone

Monday, June 25th, 2012


Long Distance Poison – Signals To A Habitable Zone – Signal I from Fin Records on Vimeo.


Long Distance Poison – Signals To A Habitable Zone – Signal II from Fin Records on Vimeo.

Long Distance Poison – Signals To A Habitable Zone
Fin Records, 2012
Directed by

“Long Distance Poison present an irresistible concoction of convergent psychedelic and analog electronic energies, everything from a love of nature, and Rothko-like visual aesthetics, to musical influences like Sky Records, John Carpenter soundtracks, minimalism, and a less-hyper Mother Mallard or post-Phaedra Tangerine Dream. They’ve released some excellent tapes on Ecstatic Peace, Digitalis Limited, VCO Recordings, Constellation Clatsu, Cryptic Carousel and more–releases that capitalize on the band’s strength in long-form electronic composition with a wealth of improvisational wiggle-room. There’s a “ground” concept for each section of each piece, but that merely serves as a taking-off point for LDP’s pulsating extrapolations, typically about 30 minutes in length total, or longer. They’ve been wowing local Brooklyn audiences for some time now, and part of the fun of their shows is the opportunity to experience the band finding their way in the moment, watching the clay of their ideas take on form and urgency as they go.”

–by Wm. Berger, host of My Castle of Quiet on radio WFMU

The videos for SIGNAL I and SIGNAL II are included on a DVD packaged with the 12″ vinyl of Signals To A Habitable Zone, available from Fin Records. Buy Signals To A Habitable Zone HERE.

Long Distance Poison is Nathan Cearley, Erica Bradbury, and Casey Block. Matthew Caron does projections.

SIGNAL I premiered on June 25th, 2012 at Impose Magazine
SIGNAL II premiered on June 22, 2012 at Ad Hoc