Gerald Hawk


The Honey Guide Bird (2004)

"The second CD from obscure artist Gerald Hawk, The Honey Guide, is the music of opposites: laughter and misery, crazy and the grim, toytown and the city of fear. This curious recording is filled with hypnotic sound-fields and a queer feeling of humility. Stories of giants and witches are embedded in an outerworldly atmosphere. The music betrays an ability to enter into the supernatural space of abstract hoverings. Is he communicating with the dead, performing underwater rituals, or sketching a lush photographic awareness of the world?"  - Abduction Records

2 comments:

xdanx1 said...

Wow! This blows my mind in such a way that, until now, I achieved only with Cromagnon.

Thanks for showing me this two!

miskov said...

You are welcome. Still looking for his other album.