CAMARADERIE is the first experimental collaborative project for The Land Of. Bringing together poetry and sound and design, song sewn to poem and both re-imagined and etched into the Object, recording artist My Fun, designer Kimberly Ellen Hall, and poet John Ira Ebersole explore the possibilities of expressive fellowship in their project Camaraderie. At once completely independent and at the same time interdependent, their work, fused together in this single utterance, reveals the tense joy that always hovers between the collective and the individual.
John’s writing can also be found in Western Humanities Review, Bateau, Octopus, and Pennsylvania Naturalist. My Fun has realeases on The Land Of, Test Tube, and Ristretto. And Kimberly has also designed for The Village Voice, The Denver Art Museum, Hussein Chalayan, and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Her identity work for The Land Of will be featured in an Index Book this October.
If Disambiguation isn’t the gothic ambient album of the summer, it’s certainly the ideal soundtrack for sunbathing alone on a float at an abandoned community pool. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jul 12, 2018