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Boomkat Product Review:
2nd album of properly zoned-out, bezzonked Swedish lo-fi psych-noise by members of cult band Enhet För Fri Musik - RIYL Thought Broadcast, Ectoplasm Girls, Sewer Election, Cold Cave
The follow-up to ‘Grå Våg Gamlestaden’ (2014) - hailed as ground zero for a new wave of Swedish lo-fi in the past decade - is now reissued for the first time since its 2016 release, reminding to their sort of possessed psych-folk no wave spirit that gets right into bones like cold in an old house. The duo’s eponymous 2nd album allows one to peer deeper into their fantasy otherworld where asepects of charred BM tape recording techniques and wizened folk dissonance intersect knackered spectres of darkwave and noise, proper, in a most potent expression of life’s more liminal zones.
Opening like with the iridescent grey, ferric-furred folk zoner ‘Andas’ the album cycles to echoes of Cold Cave’s earliest, knackered codlwave in ‘Neutral’ and a major standout in the seething, grinding buzz of ‘Gaze’, with ‘Utsökt Jävla Tråkma’ coming on like a slurred echo of Felt’s earliest, and and ‘Röra Sig Bort’ evoking fugue state numbness, before the slug rock ‘Ingen Ratt’ sinks its blown-out riffs into your goose pimpled flesh.