Boomkat Product Review:
Presenting thirty-three tracks of cut-up improv and lo-fi avant-jazz/math-rock splatter from Chicago's Chandeliers, Dirty Moves is a tremendous mess that briskly flits from one idea to the next without ever lingering in a single musical genre for too long. Over the course of this fourtrack-born hodgepodge the band traipse through Tortoise-influenced prog garage, florid gamelan outings and synth experiments. Thanks to the great musicianship and restlessly exploratory creative drive on show, you don't really feel like you're listening to a sketchbook, and instead Dirty Moves progresses with reason and rationale - each of its component parts having been sliced-and-spliced to install a real sense of narrative purpose. Good stuff.