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Jess Rowland
The Endless Fall of the Infallible See (and the Future Imagery Architecture)
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Jess Rowland's The Endless Fall of the Infallible See & The Future Architecture Imagery consists of twelve weird songs about architecture. On this collection, you can hear melodies of architecture future, past, mental and otherwise, inspired by medieval painter Simone Martini’s (c. 1328): Miracle of the Child Falling From the Balcony. The Endless Fall of the Infallible See originally referred to the papal decree against the 14th Century mystic, Meister Eckhart. The Future Imagery Architecture is the name of a failed new generation of US spy satellites. Put all these ideas together and you get a sonic landscape inhabiting spaces, such as rooms, cabinets, vestibules, ateliers, and even a yurt, of so-so things that were, weren't, and could-be and might not be. In addition to Jess Rowland this collection also features the Soda Machine Band, Pete Stalsky on Drums, and a special appearance by the 8675309's. Listen carefully, and you too could attain tolerance of the birthlessness of all things.

Jess Rowland - vocals, piano, organs, guitar, bass, snacks
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Pete Stalsky - drums
Andy Tester – electric bass

"The opener, “The Endless Fall of the Infallible See” comes on like a 200 Motels outtake, full of off-key orchestration and distorted vocals. It is a powerful, disorienting start to a deep plunge into a dark but funky world, with Rowland providing variations on her limited vocals and unlimited brilliance on the electric organ."
- Mike Wood, Foxy Digitalis

"...Rowland's music tends to escape easy categorization, and this album is a fine example..."
- J. Worley, Aiding & Abetting