2012 release from the British experimental duo NOT to be confused with the '70s/'80s AOR band. Pevensey NLZ is constructed from a base of environmental recordings made on the coast of East Sussex in early 2012. Wind, waves, birdsong, rock pools, micro-recordings of crustacean clusters and other artifacts of the rough coastal landscape underpin a performance of real-time-looped vocals, bowed guitars, live electronics and lo-fi processing over the work's three movements. NLZ refers to the military principle of the "No Lone Zone" - an area in which, for security or safety reasons, the presence of a single individual is prohibited. Two or more authorized individuals must be present in the zone, each must be within visual contact of the other, and each must be capable of detecting incorrect or potentially dangerous procedure on the other's part.
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