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Boomkat Product Review:
NYC-based Ravi Binning’s cult “post-noise” project Thought Broadcast transmits its first significant release in 4 years with the magnetic pull and static torpor of ‘Abduction’
With his eponymous 2012 debut with Olde English Spelling Bee still fondly remembered like a psychedelic fever dream you can’t get over, Thought Broadcast has intermittently projected everywhere from BEB’s Krokodilo Tapes to Editions Mego and his Hierodule Editions label over the years, but there’s been nowt since 2016.
‘Abduction’ makes up for lost time with half an hour of severely worn-down mechanical rhythms and stone-rubbed ambient texture that sounds a bit like Alberich or Black Mecha recorded from across the street during a heavy fog. It’s misanthropically unsociable and ultimate loner bedsit gear, revelling in negative ecstasy in a way that dilettantes to this sound often miss.