Aaron Turner, frontman from the seminal post-metal Boston Isis, could very well be among the busiest guys in modern steel. His schedule in some way manages to add participating in tasks like Old Guy Gloom, Sketching Voices, Lotus Eaters, and Mamiffer, working the Hydra Mind label, and creating sleeves and addresses for albums of varied rings, both his very own and others. As though that wasn’t plenty of, he started yet another task in 2008, once again joining attempts with bassist, guitarist, and his Lotus Eaters collaborator Wayne Plotkin, of O.L.D, Khanate, and different other tasks. Rounded out by Plotkin’s ex-Khanate colleague Tim Wyskida, the brand new music group was christened Jodis (evidently a varieties of moth) and documented its debut recording, Secret Home, in the next fifty percent of 2008. For reasons uknown, the sparse and atmospheric record, which Plotkin likened to “even more calm Khanate” and “very much heavier Low,” sat for the shelf for nearly a yr, until it had been finally released through Hydra Mind in Oct 2009.