"Bilabial Jabiru" is the first full length effort by ll:temor:ll. Within the album's hour long run time, which emphasizes psychedelic indifference to the ever-sensitive passing of time, the listener can expect to graze through ambient sample-lathed relaxation, extract new-found definition
in the likes of broken beat hip-hop, and then be left to contemplate the fabric of sound before being jarred out of that meditative cycle. Inspired by the history of recording (from the dusty reaches of Smithsonian archives, to laser-guided machine style consistency of "four-on-the-floor") ll:temor:ll embraces the challenges and limitations that come with working with both tape and digital recorders, professional and plastic toy microphones, and found or produced samples.
Electronic music scion of Phoenix native Aaron Mortemore's "Musical Cerebral Tree." When he's not
working on Treasure Hunt Records releases, cutting the rug on drum kit, or sky-surfing electric guitarboards with bands, he likes to spend his time in a beat laboratory riddled with retro tape machines, samplers, and circuit bent tomfoolery to groove the cerebral wax and contemplate the sonic plane....more