"Psychedelic collagist Treasure Hunt returns with his new album Global Guts. It’s a flurry of cascading concepts and fractured melodies; both free and composed, both blissed-out and piercing, both sampled and live. It’s also an abstracted, avant-jazz passage into the frenetic mind of Myles Byrne-Dunhill, the sole proprietor behind these tripped out fever dreams. The unique beauty of Treasure Hunt’s music is found in it’s controlled and understood chaos. Those moments of disbelief watching disparate sonics blossom into labyrinths of vivid colors, intertwined branches and endlessly flowing streams. Moon Glyph is extremely pleased to unveil Global Guts."
"It feels like a musical thinking well beyond the realms of mere music, a sort of kosmische kollag-ery that ends up sounding like some twisted, and until now as yet undiscovered, strain of avant psych-kraut, dream-drone, space-jazz!"
"If you've ever played around with hallucinogens, this record plays out much like a psychedelic experience, with moments of absolute euphoria and complete paranoia."
"Bouncy-albeit-destructive that feels as if you just won the lottery and yet were determined to contain every bit of excitement."
"Unpredictable and flowy, not tethered to any one genre or outlet, and as it moves and shifts among experimental sound and chaos, it feels as organic and expressive as an original thought."
"Whack the headphones on and marvel at the wild creativity at work within these "songs""
-Bandcamp Hunter / Formless Fields
"Is it better to fully comprehend music theory and throw it to the dogs, or simply make your own rules from the start. While I don’t know which applies to Global Guts, I do suspect it is the latter."
"the listening experience is a treasure hunt, one in which beautifully buried sounds are unearthed, examined, and discarded as new sounds are found."
-a closer listen
"Lose Your Shit!"
-Psychedelic Sounds For The Soul
released October 21, 2013
All parts composed, arranged and played by Myles Byrne-Dunhill