Boomkat Product Review:
Whacked out dub, EBM and jazz technoid electronics by an affiliate of Babyfather and John T. Gast
We’re a minute behind on this ace album, but Tribe Of Colin’s hypnagogic invocation, Fruits of Zion for 5 Gate Temple is now available digitally a year after the 100 copy tape edition sold out.
There’s seven tracks total, all sounding as thought they were thrown down in the midst of a properly smoked out session at the machines, framed by flickering candles and melting walls.
The album already has one big fan in Josey Rebelle, who used its rickety, smudged opener Palm Whine as the opener to her RA.505 mix, whilst the rest of the LP variously kneads sodden techno with scrabbling, psychedelic electronics and detached location recordings into alien, para-dimensional texturhythms and drones.