LA noise musician Aaron Dilloway (formerly of Wolf Eyes) is back with a proper follow-up tape to his 2012 tape-loop epic, Modern Jester. Opened Door clocks in at just under 20 minutes, and its A-side might just be the most rhythmic thing Dilloway's done to date. It actually has a discernible beat, and it oddly resembles Burial's nocturnal two-step garage esthetic. The B-side is what one might expect from Dilloway--an eerie, formless tape-loop soundscape--but even then, it's alarmingly mellow by his standards. Give it a listen above!
Opened Door will be released on September 1 via Chondritic Sound.