JR Robinson has been writing and recording music as Wrekmeister Harmonies in various incarnations since 2006. You've Always Meant So Much To Me was written to accompany a film Robinson shot in decimated Detroit locations, the desert of Joshua Tree and decaying forests of Tasmania. In 2012 he brought together some of the most revered musicians in the black metal and experimental music worlds (Jef Whitehead of Leviathan, Sanford Parker and Andrew Markuszewski of Nachmystium, Jamie Fennelly aka Mind Over Mirrors, Mark Solotroff of Anatomy of Habit, Bruce Lamont of Yakuza, and more) to perform the 38 minute composition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago to much acclaim and a sold out theater. The collaborators for the live performance joined Robinson atSteve Albini's Electrical Audio later that year to record the composition in full.
Thu Oct 17th London, UK - Corsica Studios w/ Grumbling Fur -
Sat Oct 19th Hasselt, Belgium - Kunstencentrum Belgie -
Sun Oct 20th Paris, France - Silencio (solo show)
Mon Oct 21st Fribourg, Switzerland - Fri-son -
Tue Oct 22nd, Bologna, Italy - Freak Out
Thu Oct 24th, Graz, Austria - Elevate
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