Half Notes: Elliott Sharp and Carbon – Larynx (2007)

Share this:

by Mark Saleski

Elliott Sharp does two things very well: construct very thought-provoking compositions and make scary, scary noise in the realization of those compositions. Larynx is a reissue from 1988. You know, the holiday season is in full swing. Maybe you need some music to block out the stress? OK, I’ll admit that I haven’t heard this album, but my methods of stress reduction can be, uhm … unorthodox. So maybe this large ensemble (complete with string quartet) will help you to center your thoughts amidst the chaos. If not, turn it up loud and flush out those guests-who-have-overstayed-their-welcome.

[amazon_enhanced asin=”B000Y0ZVSC” container=”” container_class=”” price=”All” background_color=”FFFFFF” link_color=”000000″ text_color=”0000FF” /]

Something Else!

Something Else!

The Something Else! webzine, an accredited Google News affiliate, has been featured in The New York Times and NPR.com's A Blog Supreme, while our writers have also been published by USA Today, Jazz.com and UltimateClassicRock.com, among others. Contact Something Else! at reviews@somethingelsereviews.com.
Something Else!
Share this:
Close