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Boomkat Product Review:
Jessica Rylan and Chris Corsano, well I couldn't have come up with a better pairing myself... I have to admit when I first heard that this album was due I was giddy with excitement. New England's Queen of fractured noise teaming up with one of the world's most jaw droppingly exciting percussionists? For someone like me this was a dream come true, and I'm more than happy to report that 'Key Cutter' is nothing short of noisy, percussive perfection. Those of you who have managed to track down Rylan's recordings before (either under her own name or under the 'Can't' moniker) will know just how essential her work is, her homemade circuit bent creations crackling and buzzing while she sings or clatters atop... it's almost impossible to describe her sound but she manages to be totally unique in a genre plagued by over-referential copyists. Chris Corsano probably needs even less introduction having played with some of the most important avant garde musicians of our day, his frenetic drumming has set him up high in a very short time and here he is seen with guitarist Bill Nace who performs with him under the Vampire Belt moniker. That aside, you can probably guess how the record sounds - Rylan's signature buzzes and squelching is audible from the off and is perfectly matched against Corsano's measured aggression as he pummels a number of shades of you-know-what out of his tortured kit. I find it hard to put into words how much I've been dying for a collaboration of this kind, it sounds like Lightning Bolt ditching their guitars and using a broken modular synth or Keiji Haino initiating a collaboration with Pierre Boulez. Utterly unsurpassable noise/experimental/free-rock/avant call it what you want, it's frighteningly powerful and without any shadow of a doubt one of the finest noisey records of the year. So, so huge - buy.