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  • Performer: Dreams Of Tall Buildings
  • Album: Threehundredandthirtythree.ep
  • Label: Experimental Seafood
  • Catalog #: EXP 05 DISC 02
  • FLAC: 2134 mb | MP3: 1614 mb
  • Released: Mar 2003
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Experimental
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 565
  • Category: Electronic
Dreams Of Tall Buildings - Threehundredandthirtythree.ep flac


1Lorenzo's Warm
2Leaf On A Track
314 Months
4Joy Discotech


This was released on white 10" heavy grade vinyl, the record was incased inside a pure white cardboard sleeve on to which where placed a polaroid with the track list on, in all the 333 polaroids where taken in places all across europe and each one was an individual shot making each 10" unique, the whole package was then finished by being placed into white carrier bags with the doTb logo printed on them.

Limited release of 333.


  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout - stamped): AF 47269/A www.gzvinyl.com
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout - stamped): AF 47270/A


  • Manufactured By – www.gzvinyl.com
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AF 47269
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AF 47270

Left on the doorstep on a hot day by one of the wonderful members of our First Class postal service, this Limited Edition white vinyl 10" was given a less than helpful start in the world. How much effect this has had on the finished recording I cannot say, but rather than ruined, it is a rather wonder little trip through the self-indulgent messings of distorted loops and broken rhythmic structures. Muted and partially destroyed, this collection shows ESR at their cutting edge best.

No idea of titles, tracks or anything - the info on this release is limited. But who needs titles? The bug-out madness within this music takes repetitious music and drags it through a spike-embedded mangle. And what falls out of the other end is about as far from 'commmercial' as it's possible to get without entering the realms of the Extreme (Noise, Trad Industrial, etc).

Unfortunately I only managed to get the latter part of the second side to play - an amalgam of tapes, harmonica and noise gentle playing in a disquiet ambience. As for the opening tracks on this side, the warped vinyl was far less than forgiving.

Having said which, I wouldn't put it past LEE and the guys at ESR to deliberately create an ep that jumps and creates it's own rhythmic structure.

Impossible, therefore to give an accurate review. What I did hear was certainly intriguing and worthy of investment (providing you like your music Weird!). Less overtly rhythmic than many of the experimental works on this label.

Originally reviewed for Metamorphic Journeyman.
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