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Boomkat Product Review:
The Noyes Brothers were Steve Miro and Steve Solamar, and Sheep From Goats was their double LP from 1980, released on the Object Music label. This is all fairly uncategorizable stuff, harnessing the vitriol of new wave guitar and angular, Dick Dastardly-alike vocals and the 'brothers' unique take on electronics. The twenty-five minute drum machine overdose 'It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time' is a particular standout and a decent example of the duo's strangeness. Wildly detuned oscillations flail around the mix while piano noodlings take up space, all to the dogged accompaniment of coarse drum machine patterns. The appeal of the piece stems from just how bizarre and unnecessary it all seems. It has to be one of the least essential, yet most intriguing twenty-five minutes in all of electronic music. Interesting electroacoustic experiments arise on the second disc, with the like of 'Pneumonia Bridge' making a link between Doctor Who-style Radiophonics and more conventional concrete sounds. Possibly weirdest of all, songwriting normalcy is in effect on the slightly hippyish sounding pseudo psych balladry of 'It Must Be Vibration', or the driving post-punk of 'Pointless (both of which are fronted by vocalist Jae Boyer). Recommended.