Dorian Wood’s Rattle Rattle Trailer

Dorian Wood has been working on his latest album, Rattle Rattle, for over four years, and within the InDigest Offices it’s highly anticipated. We’ve talked about him a number of times, whether it was us loving his cover of Tom Waits’ “Earth Died Screaming,” his Indie GoGo campaign to fund Rattle Rattle, or having him write a recording journal about his last album Brutus, we like what Wood is doing.

He’s a strange mixture of so many things. He’s variously a performer, a performance artist, an artist, a song-writer, and a musician, and watching his projects develop and collide you can see what the the distinction between those titles actually are, and how he fuses them.

Below is the trailer for Rattle Rattle featuring the album opening track “Bodies (The Levitant).” We’re looking forward to hearing this. The album is out on March 1st and Wood will be having an album release show on March 5th at The Echo in LA with accompaniment from the choir The Difficult Women. The show will also feature Killsonic and WIFE.


Dustin Nelson Dustin Luke Nelson

Dustin Luke Nelson is the author of the forthcoming collection "in the office hours of the polar vortex" (Robocup, 2015) and the chapbook "Abraham Lincoln" (Mondo Bummer, 2013). His 90-minute performance film "STRIKE TWO" debuted with Gauss PDF in April and his performance piece "Applause" debuted at the Walker Art Center's Open Field in June. His poems have or will appear in the Greying Ghost Pamphlet Series, Fence Magazine, Paper Darts, Opium, 3:AM, the Nervous Breakdown, and elsewhere. His digital self is housed at

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