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Boomkat Product Review:
Brooklyn's Nate Nelson and Brian Sullivan deliver four new tracks of noise rock perversion, this time for the marvellous Bottrop Boy label. In a convention-defying rethink, Mouthus have temporarily set aside the remorseless caterwauling of their metallic feedback output for Load and Important in favour of more pensive, even new age-y electronic meanderings that are sure to provoke references to Popul Vuh, or the kind of metaphysical tonal explorations unearthed last year on J.D. Emmanuel's much talked about Wizards LP. Fear not though, you still get to hear blasts of Nate Nelson's anarchic drumming, and there's a decent showing from Sullivan's ruthlessly gnarled guitar, but the album is dominated by a sense of dynamic, thoughtful improvisation, as on the Technics-power-down jazz wooziness of the third piece with its meandering synthesizers and warm fuzz modulations, or the final track's Einsturzende Neubauten-meets-a gamelan orchestra vibe. Limited to a measly 250 copies.