The Poetry of Rust

by Tim Mungenast & Astro Al

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This is the sound of rust lovingly corroding beautiful landscapes of metal. Decay in the most wonderful way.

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released February 8, 2020

Tim played: Guitar, Effects pedals, Baoding balls, Chinese practice sword, Tibetan singing bowl, Tibetan and Texas Hill Country goat bells. Electric cheese wheel, Voice, Fan

Astro Al:
DNA Girl played: Mandolin, Bass, Bits of metal, Vocals, Washboard, Horseshoes, Banjo,Water bottle, Rainstick, Aluminium pan, Plant holder, Tea tin, Violin,Wind chimes

Count Robot played: Bass, Bits of metal, Waterphone, Zither, Washboard,
Samples, Synth,Voice, Rainstick,Banjo

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Tim Mungenast Albany, New York

Tim Mungenast is a surrealist guitar shaman with an almost messianic sense of purpose. 

He plays both mystical improv and 60s-flavored rock that flirts with psychosis, featuring odd chords and even odder lyrics (not to mention some really weird sounds). His improbably catchy songs often melt into loopy extended jams a la early Pink Floyd.
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