Antimacassar

by Dolly Dolly

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about

“England my England / You flickering island of endlessness upon endlessness / A cold mist of your fibrous trolleys stifles the sun/ and the arrow aimed at your heart fidgets with smoky spasms”

Exotic Pylon is overwhelmingly thrilled to present something very different and very special – the long-awaited debut album from a true original: Antimacassar by Dolly Dolly.

Dolly (sometimes known as David Yates) is a Berkshire-based spoken-word artist, poet, events curator, radio playwright and belongs in the lineage of British surrealists. Antimacassar’s twisted insights were created via a process of cut-ups, automatic writing, and dream diaries channelling the skewed atmospherics of such luminaries as David Gascoyne and Roland Penrose after a collision with the Beats. At turns playful, darkly whimsical, disorientating and sharp Dolly Dolly’s words and voices destabilise familiar scenes into overcast alien shapes. Imagine if Tom Baker’s Tardis became a Stone Tape jukebox…

Aiding and abetting Dolly on this maiden voyage are some of the finest artists from the UK underground: Ekoplekz, Position Normal, Moon Wiring Club, Regal Worm (an offshoot of I Monster), Time Attendant, Steve Christie and Language, Timothy!

Dolly Dolly recently featured in Mark Fisher and Justin Barton’s On Vanishing Land. You can catch the two extraordinary radio productions he created for Resonance FM‘s Weird Tales for Winter here: weirdtales.me

credits

released 09 December 2013

Featuring special musical guest appearances by:
Position Normal, Regal Worm (I Monster), Time Attendant, Language, Timothy!, Moon Wiring Club, Steve Christie and Ekoplekz.

Everything else by Dolly Dolly (David Yates)
Vocals (mostly) recorded by Roy Evans
Mastered by Mark Beazley

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