Boomkat Product Review:
Man have I been waiting for this one... I make no efforts to conceal my admiration for anything Dominick Fernow is involved with, a man I can love in the way only a man can love another man, but Carlos Giffoni too, together!? Well I don't think my tiny musical mind can take any more excitement and I'm going to have to douse myself in icy cold mineral water in a minute just to catch my breath. Until then, I've just about got time to tell you all about this latest emission from these two noise superstars, and my oh my it's a little bit special. After Prurient's stunning 'Pleasure Ground' last year I knew there was no way he would turn back, and this meeting of evil minds is proof he can still confound and amaze. You might have spotted Giffoni recently getting his hands grubby on the Death Unit album (with Chris Corsano and various other noisy figureheads) but this is something else entirely - a collision of grinding analogue electronics, distortion pedals and Fernow's screaming tonsils. Okay I know this isn't going to be a record for everyone, but damn if you like your experimental music noisy with and extra portion of electronics then I can't recommend this enough. Made up of two extended improv sessions and recorded in the blackened land of Bushwick, NY (okay it's not exactly Norway is it...) this is yet more proof of why noise music is so explosive at the moment - circuit bent electronic mayhem really doesn't get more frenetic and more impressive.
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