Kerry leimer land of look behind


Investigating Leimer’s albums—specifically, 1982’s Land of Look Behind and 1983’s *Imposed Order—*revealed a curious artist. While the pastoral synths might scan as those of a new age practitioner, the weird loops of bass and noise eddying throughout suggested someone with more avant-garde tendencies. And when the drums burst into those otherwise ambient pieces ( Look Behind drew on field recordings made in Jamaica of nyabinghi drumming, while Order used drum machines), it complicated matters further. These albums are long out of print, so it makes sense that the erudite RVNG imprint—already responsible for reviving forgotten artists ranging from Harald Grosskopf to Franco Falsini —would claim Leimer as one of their own.


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