An Exit |Og Doggid Company, 2008|
1. Abaddon Threads (Low Distortion Unit), 2. Acetylene In Matryoska (Burn), 3. Acannabium Unfold (Blossom), 4. Absinthium Flow Ring (Become Human), 5. Abaddon Threads (Unrestrained), 6. Abaddon Threads (Brokin Sticks)
"An Exit" This is an album accompanying the "Afear" - a debut album of Nat Weiss’ interesting project. There are 2 guests remixers on this 6 track EP - Low Distortion Unit, who is a French band that has been active since 2001, and Brokin Sticks, a Hip-Hop duo from Oregon whom Nat had already cooperated with in the past.
Low Distortion Unit dealt with the deconstruction of "Abaddon Threads" and stretched a dark and distorted shadow over the track, while Brokin Sticks infused their "Hip-Hop soul making" into a tasty minimal version similar to Limp Bizkit tracks.
Other songs are manipulated by Nat, who satisfies his whims adding drum'n'bass sounds, enhancing even further the sophisticated sound of the drums.
If you appreciate this debut album you will find these revised versions pleasant. (Marco Gariboldi)
Born |2008, Og Doggid Company|
1. Nine Ninths Jealous, Video. Nine Ninths Jealous
Born sanctions the beginning of an ambitious and interesting idea: a year-long month-after-month song/video project. In addition, the song/video form and essence change without warning through-out the year.
Nat’s music needs the right atmosphere and you have to be in the right frame of mind to fully appreciated it but what they offer to the listener and viewer in return is a primordial experience, a fusion with the nature, with our roots and spirits. There’s no politics in the video neither there are classic clichés used by many other industrial bands; there's no Bush and there are no war topics. Other than that it's all about nature, our instincts and our senses.
The song Nine Ninths Jealous is composed with the articulated drum sound design and jazz/rock guitars. It shows a sound development over the debut. (Marco Gariboldi)
Because |2007, Og Doggid|
1. Of Life, I Want To Live, Video. Of Life, I Want To Live
The second episode includes Of Life, I Want To Live’s video and audio files. This fascinating video clip collects images of Lawson Peak, offering great emotions thanks to beautiful landscapes. They were accented with the sound of the song recalling me in some ways Larry LaLonde's works, the Primus guitar player thanks to a powerful guitar solo that seems to come out from “Tales From The Punchbowl”.
Nat is a modern hippy, a wild and free spirit, a citizen of the world struggling with an inner journey. We have to trust him and let him guide us. (Marco Gariboldi)