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Trees Speak are back!
Speak's new album, “Vertigo of Flaws: Emancipation of the Dissonance and Temperaments in
Irrational Waveforms” comes as a double-vinyl edition, single CD and digital release. The limitededition first pressing only of the vinyl includes a bonus 45 enclosed in an 8-page 7”x7” booklet
insert housed within the gatefold sleeve with cover artwork created by Soviet Union propaganda
artist Lazar Markovich Lissitzky in 1911.
Trees Speak are back!
This new release is a vast leap into an ocean of space and sound, a quantum leap into cybernetics, biology, anti-gravity,
time travel, dream speech and transfiguration. A seriously next step release!
Showing no signs of slowing down their rapid creative pace - incredibly this is their fourth album in the space of just over
one year - ‘Vertigo of Flaws' is a mighty 29 tracks, one and a half hours of music across one double album that is surely
going to be a defining point in their musical career, a giant leap into the sonic unknown, an epic exploration of intensity
and sound.
Alongside their now trademark German krautrock motoric-beat rhythms, angular New York post-punk attitude, trippedout 60s spy soundtrack, psyche-rock, and 70s synthesizers and vocoders, here you will also hear a new cosmic spacial
awareness (both personal inner space and galactic outer space) and a truly wilful pushing of sonic boundaries - as police
sirens, static noise, alarms, radio signals, avant-garde voices, and orchestral string quartets, all collide to add beautiful
dissonance to uber-powerful, intense, addictive and propulsive rhythms - in the process creating a truly unique
soundscape that Trees Speak have made wholly their own.
If you ever wanted to hear Can, Hawkwind, Destroy All Monsters, Pere Ubu, electric eels, John Cage, Liquid Liquid,
Tangerine Dream, Suicide, Neu!, Laurie Spiegel, Art Ensemble of Chicago, John Barry, Mother Mallard's Portable
Masterpiece Company, Sun Ra, Stockhausen, John Carpenter, Electro-Acoustic and Musique Concrete and Mars in one
band - then this is it!
Trees Speak are Daniel Martin Diaz and Damian Diaz from Tucson, Arizona and their music often draws on the cosmic
night-time magic of Arizona's natural desert landscapes. ‘Trees Speak' relates to the idea of future technologies storing
information and data in trees and plants - using them as hard drives - and the idea that Trees communicate collectively.
Special guests from the hyper-creative hub of the Tucson music scene on this release are Gabriel Sullivan, Ben Nisbet,
Saul Millan, Stephani Guilmette, and Davis Jones.
The album Vertigo of Flaws was recorded in Brooklyn, New York, and Tucson, Arizona during the plague of 2021.
Extract from Vertigo of Flaws sleevenotes:
‘As we travel through space and time, avoiding the discarded remains of the industrial period, the deconstruction of social norms through
the expression of art, music, and philosophy guide the human experience towards the unknown.
All that remains are musical echoes scattered throughout the universe, like ancient vibrations that now populate the cosmos. These waves
now show signs of decay. Melody, beauty, tonality have all but fallen away as dissonance blossoms. As John Cage wrote in 1937,
“Whereas, in the past, the point of disagreement has been between dissonance and consonance, it will be, in the immediate future,
between noise and so-called musical sounds. New methods will be discovered, bearing a definite relation to Schoenberg's twelve-tone
system and present methods of writing percussion music and any other methods which are
free from the concept of a fundamental tone”.
Similarly, George Van Tassel claimed the Integratron as capable of
rejuvenation, anti-gravity, and time travel. So, what remains of the
“people”? We have adopted from them our own Zeitgeber: their pulses
now guide our sun, our planets, our earths, and are the new circadian,
diurnal, and ultradian rhythms of the galaxy. Traumsprache, dream
speech, is now the internal language of trees.
Decaying metal and machines liberated the note unto nature's table,
and we sip the delicious nectar of music once more irrational, elaborate,
violent, vast. The past is the future, musical disintegration its own rebirth.
We are nature, once more the computer of the Universe.'

1. Seventh Mirror (3.23)
2. Cybernetic Dreams (4.07)
3. Interference (3.40)
4. Computer Garden (0.46)
5. Pyramid (2.34)
6. Halide Crystals (2.08)
7. Integratron (4.20)
8. Imaginary Forces (3.26)
9. Phantom LFO (3.13)
10. Opticks (2.56)
11. Mannequin (2.17)
12. Mind In Light (3.10)
13. Palantír (1.28)
14. Vertigo Of Flaws (3.15)
15. Exit Syndrome (1.11)
16. Stasi (5.35)
17. Atomic Voyage (3.11)
18. Ultraviolet (2.51)
19. Violence Cascades (3.27)
20. Traumsprache (3.51)
21. Zeitgeber (2.04)
22. Prism (3.03)
23. Threnody (2.56)
24. Mind Oscillation (3.19)
25. Hidden Machine (3.00)
26. Transhuman (1.01)
27. Ionization (3.12)
28. Cloud Chamber (3.16)
29. Harmonic Oscillator (1.19)

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