nite train is the result of a collaboration by call me on the allophone and teaadora. the first two songs are solo pieces that state the intentions of each artist.
walk on wine is a narrative created and performed by kendra that features both improvised and composed elements. hotly recorded acoustic guitar drenched in lonely reverb, electronic hiss and drone, punches and howls. languageless pre-agriculture culture by teaadora picks up where walk on wine leaves off. low rolls of noise lead into acoustic strums, electronic squeals and pretty vocals.
night train brings both artists together for a conversation that revels in its loose composition. created and performed by kendra and teaadora, predetermined sound elements and changes flow in a timeline with room to move – expanding and diverging as their dialogue unfolds.
all tracks recorded in 2010. track three recorded at the women of noise 2 festival, november 2010.