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Recorded on Montrose Ave in Williamsburg Brooklyn between 1992-1995 Humwawa defines the wrath and smite of a VERY UGLY GOD, and that God’s ever-loving penchant for wholesale disintegration. Essentially a collection of various loose criminal affiliations, stolen electronics equipment, and drug inspired unclean living, the Humwawa recording facility had the ambiance of a windowless bunker that vaulted the confines of day and night. These recordings function as collection of artifacts which observe and investigate the interests of decay via The Institute of Death and Dying (IDD). Many of the most prized recordings were lost to time and fate. The apartment/studio was eventually confiscated by a man with a forklift who drove into the living room holding aloft a giant machine. And then the wall disintegrated revealing a humongous STOVE.
Here is a very special bonus track called Bogman from The Stillborn sounds album. It envelops the listener into an underwater In utero murky space much like a comforting bog with a pulse. (47:06)
Bogman – The Stillborn Sounds
Here is an early video of the track Procession from the unrecognizable Williamsburg waterfront in the early lawless 1990s. This is before the luxury condos, when they used to sacrifice chickens down there. In the video you can see a few people on the defunct old ferry called the James H. Clark which you could board during low tide. There were barely fences.