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Boomkat Product Review:
One of G.o.D.’s early weirdos waddles back to Turin’s maddest label for a volley of wonky techno and electronic cybergunk
Had Haf turns protagonist for a set of agitated techno oddities riddled with a mazy narrative, throwing down pebble-dashed industrial rhythms and enigmatic vocals on ‘A Tower of Tanathos’, and coming off like a red-eyed Lord Tusk in the cranky, cartoonish ‘A Van Down The River’. They dispense rudely textured slow techno tekkers in ‘Bonola’ and the wickedly soured dissonant tweaks of ‘Laser Ottis’, with the off centre electro of ‘U Are Not Cool’ reminding of Prostitutes ace debut LP, and leading into really blasted gunk reminding of NPLGNN in ‘Venom’, and its acrid but soothing counterpart ‘Vitraya Ramunong’ that brings this strange dream sequence to a close.