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Boomkat Product Review:
I often comment that something sounds pretty weird or unusual, kind of an occupational hazard working here I’d say, but when I say ‘Good World’ is strange, I’m talking proper strange. You know, crawling up the walls like a haunted spider and twisting your head around a few times while vomiting Parrot feathers. The Robot Ate Me, as you might have deduced from the ‘zany’ band name, are off their tree, and in this case it’s a good thing. A 22 minute, 17 track album may not be everyone’s idea of a good night in – but there’s something about it that draws you back to it. Yes the guys sings in a funny high voice and yes the instrumentation is spannered and random at best, but the more you listen to these micro-pop ditties the more you realise there’s a method in the madness. The songs work in some masochistic way and begin to hook themselves into your soul. So if you’re dying to hear something that sounds like Fantomas failing majestically in their quest to make a heartfelt indie record then look no further.