Boomkat Product Review:
It's hard to write about this band without first explaining a little about their pedigree. In the one corner we have Anders Hana; the 24 year old prodigy responsible for axe wielding in Jaga Jazzist and the earth shaking Noxagt among others and in the other corner we have drummer Morton Olsen, who gets his sticks out for Ultralyd and the superb free-improv super group Office-R(6) (with an ep forthcoming on Lampse Recordings). The battle which ensues as these two untamed talents rip each others ideas into tiny pieces before welding them together with old superglue and animal hair is simply explosive. Anders Hana's devastating punk/metal guitar is draped jaggedly over some of the finest drumming I've ever heard and then regurgitated from Olsen's laptop; imagine Lightning Bolt going back to the drawing board, reinventing themselves as a free jazz combo and playing a show with Wolf Eyes and you might have some idea of where we're going here. Anyone who was lucky enough to catch their recent contribution to the latest Wire Tapper compilation will know exactly what to expect, it was without a doubt the highlight of the cd and the album does not renege on those promises. Like a nail gun to the cranium, this is hard hitting, distorted and ever so slightly disorientating - don't say we didn't warn you, MoHa! are dirty, wrong and perfect for a family get-together, make secret lovers of them now.