Boomkat Product Review:
Skrawled and destroyed post-Industrial apparitions from the shadow keeper, Mordant Music. The Baron sez: "Skeletal shards of static tropes spew from the Pro-One as dead prog druMMers join the dots with heroic trills…an infrasound-tinged intervention provides a non-dropsy intermission bass binge…a Graf Spree of a tune, long-scuttled in the woofers…MMahler-lite" We say: Mordant Music returns to vinyl after expeditions in the field of psychogeography and celluloid re-scores documented in his brilliant Travelogues series and the crucial MisinforMation DVD. On 'Post-Mortem' we survey unheimlich echo chamber experimentation - pulses throb and convulse amidst gaseous Pro-One attrition, giving birth under harsh conditions to a scuttling, screeching, ravenous lifeform. B-side 'Modem' taps a shuddering, metallic mass of rickety spring reverbs and gloaming drones with an unfriendly outcome. Heavy.