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Boomkat Product Review:
Having been a member of more experimental bands than most people can confidently name (Town & Country, Pillow, Evereyoned, Central Falls...), Ben Vida has decided to strike out alone under his Bird Show moniker, releasing 'Green Inferno' on the incredible Kranky imprint. Comprised of nine pieces which positively revel in their lack of conventional structures, 'Green Inferno' is a challenging collection of free-folk psyche that fuses dense percussion, stream of conscious vocals and lightfooted drone-core into a heady concoction that invades your senses like a baited Bush. The almost impregnable rhythmic cacophony of 'All Afternoon Part 1' seems to be a test of faith that, if endured, rewards you with a tranquil stroll through a birdsong filled forest that then leads straight into the static hum of 'Kindlight - Green Inferno' where Vida serenades from afar as planes fly overhead and children play in the distance. Although 'Bird Show' can't be said to possess cattle-prod immediacy, stick with it and you'll be more than compensated with a deeply textured and intricately plotted series of loose-limbed treasures. Recommended.