Beauty is a rare thing. I first caught Duncan Harrison playing in an old bank vault where he was performing as part of a duo with Dylan Nyoukis. During their short set they gave out a lot of information: abrupt tape edits, vocal approximations of frog sounds, inverted poetry, gibbering sheets of conversation, red wine, freedom and pure energy. I walked into the cool night air with my brain on fire and a lump in my trousers.
Reckno is very proud to present ‘Others Delete God’. Degraded drones, hand percussion, field recordings and memories of jazz frame two beautiful spoken pieces where Duncan conjures multiple versions of himself from the infinity mirror to assist in getting his message across. The music appears to have been left to marinade in the fridge with the door left open all summer to mature, change, ripen and mould until it’s rich and tasty: eat.