The new release soundtracks “a compendium of footage of harvesting machines from around the world.”
Whether Cameron Stallones, better known as Sun Araw, is collaborating with M. Geddes Gengras and the Congos or indulging in sprawling jams with his band, he’s never one to go too long without a strange new project. His latest, Music From Harvester, is no exception.
The double cassette release features Stallones on guitar alongside electronic composer Nicholas Malkin on a Farfisa VIP345 and acts as the soundtrack to visual artist Abbe Finley’s film Harvester. The experimental film collects footage of harvesting machines from around the world. The soundtrack, as Stallones puts it, “ranges from sublimely pastoral horizontals to increasingly unnerving non-Euclideans, there’s something here for the whole family”. You can hear a bit of both in the humid psychedelia of ‘Sonne’. Listen to it below and order Music From Harvester here.