Tashi Dorji & Frank Meadows "Number Six Is Sacred" Cassette PRE-ORDER (Ba Da Bing)

Initially issued a few years ago in a quantity even smaller than this
pressing (250), Number Six Is Sacred quickly rose like cream to the
top of the Tashi Dorji Discography of Dynamic Holyshitedness. Frank
Meadows bass playing, and acute recording techniques, perfectly
compment Dorji's disjunctive improvisation style.

"Number Six is Sacred was recorded in late 2013 at The University of
North Carolina-Asheville, where Tashi and I were both studying at the
time. As a music Tech student, i engineered the session, set up the
microphones and just let it roll in the tiny school studio. What
resulted were some of my proudest moments as an improvisor, Tashi and
I had at that point been working on developing a physicality, and
textural approach to improvisation, that I think translates into more
than a string duo. We both think equal parts percussion, string, and
horn with our instruments. We have several other recordings brewing
with different collaborators, and plan on doing some touring together
in the near future." -Frank Meadows

"They choose to focus on the materiality of their instruments, pushing
their personal, idiosyncratic tendencies into an objectification of
the potential freedoms accessible through a focused, instrumental
process." -Tiny Mix Tapes

1. Vipers
2. Inhabitants
3. Guards
4. Bandits
5. New Thing
6. Number Six Is Sacred
7. No Tonge Tele
8. Old Thing
9. Wolf
10. Flint
11. Keep It Quiet
12. Third Axiom
13. There Is Nothing Better