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Boomkat Product Review:
Totally haunting gems from the ends of the earth (depending your perspective), drawn up from Flying Nun’s legendary well of early ‘80s Kiwi rock and post punk by the knowledge at San Fran’s Superior Viaduct.
This Kind Of Punishment revolved Peter Jeffries (whose Electricity was reissued as SV055, 2014), his brother Graeme, and Brett Jones and Gordon Rutherford, who also made up Nocturnal Projections when they weren’t making exquisite hybrids of raga drone and chamber-like songwriting like these two songs.
Making its first ever outing on wax, the A-side’s Radio Silence is a beautifully strung-out but concise piece of post punk drone pop locked to an eyes-in-back-of-‘ead groove that could almost be a pre-echo of Om’s stoner mantras.
On the B-side, The Deux Filles-like delicacy of Reaching An End makes its first appearance on vinyl since the Killing Capitalism With Kindness compilation in 1991, handing on this ghostly beauty to the pleasure fresh ears.