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Boomkat Product Review:
The offspring of Black Dice's Eric Copeland and the Animal Collective's Avey Tare, Terrestrial Tones make waterlogged electronic music which happily references Throbbing Gristle and DAT Politics in the same breath, existing in a rumbling sink-hole next to the more precise outpourings of Oval. Recorded back in 2003, 'Blasted' opens with a dissipated collection of idling motors, electronic squall and some sounds that closely resemble those which escaped from the eponymous 'Trapdoor' back in the 1980's ('Gorilla In The Woods')... then continues in a similar vein throughout. At turns both disturbing and irritating, 'Blasted' has numerous good ideas bubbling away yet somehow fails to successfully realise many of them. However, if you're after some avant-bleached machine sounds, Terrestrial Tones will be music (sort of...) to your ears.