Nolow's Spotlight: Klange Drops Noisy Goodness With New EP "Segmentation Fault"
Statesboro continues to be a source of unique and varied musical styles, and Klange makes this abundantly clear with their newest EP, Segmentation Fault. The noise rock group, composed of Aaron Cooler (guitar and noise), Zach Hummel (bass, noise and mixing), and Drew Purvis (drums) released the 3 track record on May 11th. People looking for loud and strange music should look no further than Klange. With every performance being a different experience, this group will never be stale, especially in a live setting. From varying improvised sections of songs to appearances from guest artists and the occasional cooking segment, a Klange gig is quite the show to see. If you’re curious about that last part, check out this video of Klange performing at The BiRDHAUS, which features an appearance from guest cook Chief Sloop, who made salsa onstage during the band’s set.
I had the chance to sit down with Aaron and Zach to discuss the origins of Klange, the growth of the group, and its future. And of course, we also talked about Segmentation Fault. You can hear the entire podcast below:
Klange’s music is available exclusively on Bandcamp
Artwork for "Segmentation Fault" by Mallory McGee, Klange logo by Nathan Forsyth