Published Apr 27, 2012As far as gruesome album titles go, Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn is a memorable one. That's the name of the new double-disc album from Canuck drone experimenter Kyle Bobby Dunn, who will release his latest full-length effort on June 25 via Low Point.
The double-disc effort looks to offer more of the textured ambience that fans have expect from Dunn, and a press release notes that the album is built out of "quietly unfolding loops and waves of strings and electric guitar." Touchstones apparently include the work of filmmakers Sam Peckinpah and Andrei Tarkovsky.
Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn contains 15 tracks, which range from lengthy compositions to shorter vignettes. These were recorded over the span of several years at Brooklyn's Bunce Cake studio and in various "remote" parts of Canada.
Expect a Canadian tour to be announced before long. Until then, check out the tracklist below and the album cut "An Evening with Dusty" at the bottom of the page.
Bring Me the Head of Kyle Bobby Dunn:
1. Canticle of Votier's Flats
2. La Chanson de Beurrage
3. Ending of All Odds
4. Douglas Glen
5. An Evening with Dusty
6. The Hungover
7. Diamond Cove (And Its Children Were Watching)
8. The Trouble with Tres Belles
9. Innisfal (Rivers of My Fathers)
10. The Calm Idiots of Yesterday
12. Completia Terrace
13. In Search of a Poetic Whole
15. Moitie et Moitie