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Boomkat Product Review:
Another noisy avant-garde love-in, ‘Mudsuckers’ combines the ear damaging talents of Yellow Swans’ Pete Swanson and Gabe Salomon, Charalambides’ Tom Carter and Robert Horton. I’ve no doubt that the terrible foursome don’t do much else other than hang around moodily outside studios waiting for potential collaborators to accost and record countless cds with, that’s sure what it seems like from here anyway. Still, when you can come up with music this powerful then who cares anyway? I’m no stranger to the heady delights of the Yellow Swans, the destructive duo have been soundtracking my darker moments for some time now, peaking with the earth shaking ‘Psychic Secession’ on Load earlier this year and here we hear them again on blistering form, decomposing noises and layering them over booming percussion. If any of you are familiar with Chris Corsano’s Death Unit then that might be a good point of reference, with spannered improvised drumming providing a spiritual backbone for overloaded sci-fi noise seeping in from another dimension. This is a headf*ck of the highest order, guaranteed to slice the roof off your cranium and spray the insides over the ceiling by the time you’ve listened to the duration, and for me there can be no higher accolade. Play this loud, set yourself an hour out of your day and sink into a real sound experience. This is the future baby!