- A1 : Multiple Roles
- A2 : Aggravate The Grave
- B1 : Face Disappears After Interrogation
- B2 : Frigid Finger
Mick Travis’s Face Disappears After Interrogation is a raw and severe experiment in modular synth, rhythm box and tape echo. Deceptively simple pulses oscillate from ear-to-ear forming head-nodding, brain-scrambling rhythmic patterns that could loosely be described as ‘techno’. Although there are reference points that one can latch onto, they are accidental, as Mick Travis operates in a world of his own. Rubbery, squeaky jutterings, grey washes, shimmering metallic moire patterns and stereophonic psyche manipulation are some of things that one can expect to dance to. Face Disappears After Interrogation was recorded at Tiny’s Squat, in Brighton, 2012.
Mick Travis has been the nomadic member of The Nevari Butchers, recording with them during his brief stay in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Travis also recorded the cassette There’s Nothing to Smile About, for Aaron Dilloway’s Hanson Records. Travis currently resides in the UK.
Face Disappears After Interrogation was mastered by Ruud Lekx (Rude 66) and cut by Josh Bonati at Bonati Mastering in NYC. It comes housed in a wide full-color UV gloss jacket featuring artwork by renowned sci-fi illustrator, Mark Salwowski, with layout by designer Beth Hall. A digital download code is included.