Some Became Hollow Tubes


Aidan Girt & Eric Quach

Some Became Hollow Tubes floating in the ocean. Improvised drone rock waves from Eric Quach (thisquietarmy – relentless DIY powerhouse) and Aidan Girt (Godspeed You! Black Emperor).

Chords loop, pedals get pushed, pounding drum parts get added and subtracted, it starts quiet and gets loud. Eric no longer needs to worry about the rhythm, Aidan no longer has to worry about the song structure. All four ears stay cocked and listening even if neither of them are very good at keeping eye contact.

One life to live, pound drone and loop this moment into the present, hahaha lets keep joking, it’s ok…. the music has our sadness. This world is dying, the machines are getting better and better at eating material things to create nothing and all we can do is make wordless music in response.


Some Became Hollow Tubes In 1988 I Thought This Shit Would Never Change (2019)

In 1988 I Thought This Shit Would Never Change (Part 1)
In 1988 I Thought This Shit Would Never Change (Part 2)
In 2019 We Named This Thing (Bonus Track)

Some Became Hollow Tubes Keep It In The Ground (2019)

Red Eyes or Bleeding from the Nose or Mouth
Do Not Run Away or Hide Sick People
Another Bad Subplot About a Boy's Search for his Father
Dad's Last Purchase Was from Bed Bath and Beyond
Dog Faced Propulsion
Construction and Validation of a Conceptual Model of Predicting Individual Choices of Activities in Rural Areas