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Boomkat Product Review:
A 3rd titanic Kraut/Psyche-rock face-off from Manchester's bonglords, Gnod, and New York's space cadets, White Hills. They first met under the light of seven moons on 'Aquarian Downer' in 2008, followed by the first 'Drop Out' album for Drug Space Records in 2009, whilst the intervening years have seen a flurry of individual rituals occurring on NNF, Blackest Rainbow and Thrill Jockey, to name a few. It's difficult, and probably pointless trying to figure out who contributes what, because it's all just one mass of energy anyway, isn't it? The first of two earwax-yellow plates starts out with a brief section of plaintive, almost Rembetika-like solo guitar melancholy on 'Bits' before launching into a focused motorik groove on 'Run-A-Round' recalling Neu!, and fading out to starry-eyed electronica. In Phase II, presumably a few hits later, they loll around o the freedom of 'The Secret Society Of Ants' before committing to the cosmic churn of 'Spaced Man'. Phase III allows for a moment of New Age serenity with the Hang drums and brooding synths of 'Well Hang', priming the mind for the inwardly spiraling 'Drop Out' and a final side of raga-tripping Kosmiche drone on 'Per Sempre' bringing us back to earth without burning up on entry.