Eric Lanham; Intercepted RuinsA.H.E.M. Editions
"Intercepted Ruins" is a long-awaited new document of Eric Lanham's (Caboladies, Carl Calm) unique brand of abstract electronic composition, his first release since "The Sincere Interruption" (LP, Spectrum Spools/Editions Mego, 2012). This cassette presents two skittering sidelong recordings of luminous and fractured metallic submersion. These pieces were originally created as the soundtrack to a multimedia installation by Robert Beatty that took place in December 2012 at the Land of Tomorrow in Louisville, KY. With the space presented as a holographic hotel lobby these recordings functioned as the mechanics of an alien resort in action--deconstructed muzak emerging from shimmering industrial clatter and still openings.