Boomkat Product Review:
Engrossing fictional sonics from Zach Phillips of Brattleboro, Vermont's new-wave art-freak crew Blanche Blanche Blanche. Bruce Hart, "a hard-edged lab rat renegade who's engaged in an ongoing socio-political mind-war with nefarious invisible chemical-industro corporations" is brought to life as an abstract half-hour narrative of cyber-warped synths and machine pulses arranged with a heroic agenda. You'll need to leave your belief suspended at the door when you enter 'Fascinating Heritage Stone' and the mission engages, but you'll forget about reality and all that crap when the adrenalin starts pumping and you're trying to process his datastream flood of 1's and 0's like an endorpho-pumped hacker working two keyboards and six screens at once. It's not all hardwired info-flux though, and when it all melts down to more bubbling cosmic themes, you'll be feeling the romance of the moment all the more potently. Honestly, f**k knows what's going on, but it's as exciting as hell and endearing in that can't-be-arsed-to-sleep, going-to-watch-this-mad-'90s-sci-fi-thing -on-cable-and-drink-more-coffee vibe. You know the one.