Without Breath And Listening

 

Without Breath And Listening
(Williams)

P. Emerson Williams – Guitar, Cello, Vox
Pandora – Percussion

Recorded at Foamin’ South Studio
Mixed and mastered at Skinwalker Studio

 

P. Emerson Williams is a multi-media artist who tests the boundaries between music, art, writing, video and performance of many kinds. He is also the driving force behind Choronzon and Veil Of Thorns, and is half of the core duo behind kkoagulaa. More people listen to the sounds of P. Emerson Williams every day than realize it. The work of P. Emerson Williams takes physical and digital media, genres and modes of performance to strange realms. With Choronzon, Williams straddles the worlds of industrial music and black metal, with Veil of Thorns, electronic dance to dark Americana to pure goth and as a solo artist he blurs the distinction between electronic ambient and stark and strange folk. P. Emerson Williams can often be found adding elements of his sonic alchemy as a spice to projects with Sleep Chamber, Manes and more extensively as half of the creative core of kkoagulaa with cern.th.skei from Manes. Other recent collaborations include playing cello on UK black metal band Ethernal’s latest album, a release with Mark Cunningham and subverting the nature of guitar playing with industrial noise merchants Dead Skull. Audiences got to witness P. Emerson Williams on guitar and vocals with Jarboe in a tour that took them through the US, Western and Eastern Europe and wrapped up in Moscow in 2013 and again in 2016 when an invitation from DARK MOFO brought Jarboe and P. Emerson Williams to Hobart, Tasmania for a special performance on a night that included JG Thirlwell and Chelsea Wolfe.

As a core member of UK theatrical company FoolishPeople, P. Emerson Williams took on many aspects of London productions of The Basement – Ward 12 – in partnership with Secret Cinema, The Providence Experiments – co-produced with Mythos Media, A Red Threatening Sky, The Abattoir Pages – presented with Guerilla Zoo, Cirxus which was produced in collaboration with Arcola Theatre and Terra:Extremitas, performed at Amsterdam’s NDSM-werf. These roles included creating a score for choreographer Johan Stjernholm as part of the production A Red Threatening Sky and a solo musical performance at the famed Horse Hospital in London, the creation of soundscapes, sound design, and scores for every production on which he worked, as well as set and graphic design. On top of all this, Williams was in the cast as both voice and live actor as characters ranging from the demon Choronzon to a half dozen members of a Manchester United message board for the audio production of Forum.

P. Emerson Williams is the host of the Necrofuturist Transmission on Nottingham’s Nightbreed Radio, was the editor and producer for Music Tuesdays on Alterati.com, and art director for Weaponized , the publishing imprint of FoolishPeople. Articles and music reviews by P. Emerson Williams can be read online at Terrorizer.com, Modern Mythology, Disinfo.com and Intravenous Magazine. The visual art pf P. Emerson Williams has graced book covers and interiors for Original Falcon, Weaponized, Night Horse Publishing and Westgate Press, the pages of magazines including Lovecraft eZine, Lackington’s Magazine, Shoreline of Infinity, Diodati, Morpheus Tales, Culture Asylum, Isten ‘zine, Ghastly, and Esoterra , album and CD covers for Rat King, Primordial, Katatonia, SLEEP CHAMBER, Veil of Thorns, Choronzon and kkoagulaa.

P. Emerson Williams illustrated Bedlam Stories – The Battle for Oz and Wonderland Begins, a novel set in the universe of Bedlam Stories, a twisted world of horror created by cult film director Pearry Teo (The Gene Generation, Necromentia, Witchville).

“Given P. Emerson Williams extensive track record of cross-medium and genre art over the past thirty years, it is likely he will become an underground legend. This may have occurred already, yet given his reclusiveness, it’s unlikely he would notice.” -James Curcio, author of Fallen Nation, Join My Cult and The Immanence of Myth

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Odd Order album BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL
Rigaroga’s Odd Order Anthology Album – BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL

 

Rigaroga’s Odd Order Anthology Album 2016 – BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL

BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL, the 2016 album from the Odd Order Anthology project is now released for immediate digital download.

Odd Order album BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL

 

Please join Rigaroga and the Odd Order in promoting these artists who have contributed their work to this benefit anthology album project. Please also spread the word about these anthology albums to people you think may be interested in the work of artists who are inspired by technology and geek culture.

This is the first release from the Odd Order Anthology project. Consider picking up the digital download of this album to help support the continued geekery of Rigaroga and the Odd Order!

 

 

The full tracklist for the 2016 anthology album consists of 14 tracks by 13 artists:

  1. AlkaCreeps 05:07
  2. HuhuvaDie and be Reborn 04:38
  3. AlkaAntiquity Broke 03:19
  4. P Emerson WilliamsWithout Breath And Listening 05:11
  5. FirmamentCool Air 07:23
  6. Radio Free Clear LightConfession Remix 07:49
  7. Kieran MahonMeasured Motion 06:10
  8. Shams93Third Aether 06:00
  9. Salford ElectronicsRitual No. 6 04:54
  10. AnantakaraLight Plays in Fine Boundaries 08:27
  11. SomnolentThe Other Room 04:08
  12. Ace of SpaceSnotty Molly from Spare Parts and Carbuncles 01:54
  13. Kim FreeIn the Dark 01:01
  14. OLD WVLFThirty One Black Horse Drawn Carriages 02:45

 

BENT BROKEN BEAUTIFUL, not only the one and only issue for 2016 from the Odd Order Anthology Project, but also the first ever release from the project, has 14 tracks by 13 artists, all new voices for this inaugural issue.

Odd Order is a place for Rigaroga and friends to explore and share geekery without gravitas, the arts & letters & whatevers of geekery and nerdy mishegoss.

Please join Rigaroga and the Odd Order in promoting these artists who have contributed their work to this benefit anthology album project. Please also spread the word about these anthology albums to people you think may be interested in the work of artists who are inspired by technology and geek culture.

Rigaroga’s Odd Order
Odd Order Anthology Project

Production by John Griogair Bell
Cover includes figures by Saver of Game

All songs used with permission. All rights reserved.