Kyle Eyre Clyd began her solo noise project using unclaimed electronics left behind at her residence, Brooklyn’s Silent Barn. Since then, her semi-outsider status—as a Southerner among the Northeast’s local scenes, a non-musician amongst musicians, a woman amongst men—has allowed her to develop a unique voice, tangential to the harsh noise genre.
On "Eaux", her debut release on Ultraviolet Light, Clyd combines ARP 2600 synthesizer performance, mixer feedback, tape/digital manipulation and field recording. Extended percussion samples & recording by Chris Robert, sampled accordion & bass performed by Peter J. Bowling & recorded with him at his house, sampled guitar initially performed by Keith Connolly and recorded by Mike Fellows. Edition of 150.