Boomkat Product Review:
TTT yank out a necessary vinyl edition of Dilloway's 'Psychic Driving Tapes', recorded in 2009 and originally only available (and now dead hard to find) on a 2011 cassette via his notorious Hanson Records.
It's pure swill, smearing over 50 minutes of noize crud and sampledelia into the crevices of both sides so that you can finally own and become acquainted with a modern classic of its genre.
The A-face is one long tract of roiling, acidic burn gnawing blank-eyed and possessed right in between the eyes with an unbroken flow and unswerving intent. Now on wax you also have the option to play it at the original 33rpm or 45rpm. P-A-R-T-Y times.
On the B-face he switches tack to swirling sampled loops eliding spectral noise and bleeps with reversed pop, metal and disco loops by way of freehand sleights and playful internal logic on the cusp of mental breakdown.