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NURSE WITH WOUND
Chromanatron is the new album from Nurse with wound, collages of no less than 5 albums by the mythical German band from the late 60s SAND. These five psyche-experimental-krautrock albums include their first oddity Golem, that NWW discovered a long time ago and represented straight away a great source of inspiration for him.
A great dedication to Sand, and hat-in-hand, chapeau bas ! to Nurse with wound for this once again unique masterpiece.
Chromanatron is part of the series INXODEM released by Rotorelief. It is a series of new albums from Sand as well as a reissue of their obscure and rare album Golem. This series of albums is called INXODEM, the series title having one letter for each album. Current 93 is also part of the project with When the may rain comes, cover versions of the original track from Sand.
All paintings and collages of the INXODEM series are created by Babs Santini aka Steven Stapleton.
Chromanatron - Part 1
Chromanatron - Part 2
A hallucination on the music of Sand by Andrew Liles and Steven Stapleton
Ian Hinton-Smith – guitar
Rick Tomlinson – french horn
Matt Waldron – atmospheric grooves
Engineered by Andrew Liles
Recorded at “the bear den” West Yorkshire
Cover art and insert art by Babs Santini