Do not attempt to adjust the volume–you’re bound to miss something from the intro of “Johns Do”, the latest by DC electro artist Bruisey Peets. It doesn’t kick off right out of the gate, but draws the listener in with ominous tones that ebb and flow with seductive grace. And like a siren hovering off the bow, an apparition of electric distortion dances in wakeful sleep.
The performance art/songwriting project is the work of Louisana-born Ben Usie an is the latest incantation of District noise in the spirit of domestic expatriation. His forthcoming debut record, Ur Not Free, is out February 2nd via Blight
Bruisey Peets and Blight are destined for a lifetime in avant-garde history. Listen below.