Jul 7, 2011
Over the years, as Rebis has grown and evolved, our the nature of our releases have evolved as well. From our first release of 100 cdrs with personalized handdrawn art on each (Number None's "Principles of Sitting"), to professionally burned and printed cdrs and then to plant manufactured cds, each subsequent release has felt in some ways like a leap forward in our pursuit to provide the best possible product for the artists we represent and the fans who love them. In the 9 or so years that we've been doing this, the music industry has changed a lot, as have music consumers' desires and expectations. Acknowledging this reality, we're moving forward as well starting with our next official release, Number None's "Wrong Axon Fog".
Consisting of material recorded when the duo were at their (arguably) most creative and prolific, the pieces that comprise this digital download-only album were orginally slated to come out on a well-respected microlabel that (sadly) closed its doors before this material could be released. After existing only on the hard drives and in the hazy memories of the Number None boys themselves for the past few years, the decision was made to dust off this previously unheard chestnut and put it into your hands for a pittance of a few bucks and a few minutes of download time. This is Number None at its most zoned- 4 missives from their deep space exploration of the farthest reaches of laminal sound- and we're pleased as punch to finally be able to offer it to you.