Boomkat Product Review:
Wolf Eyes' killer early slab of splintered, discordant and jacked-off electronics makes a necessary vinyl debut thanks to the Orion Read label - home to records by Tim Heidecker among other anomalies.
John Olsen's heatsick tape FX fuse with Nate Young's electronic flux under the blood and hair-encrusted editor blades of Aaron Dilloway, serrating oblique source material into the sound of your crankiest, slow-burning fever dreams.
Side A starts up with a Burroughsian cut-up flowing into skin-prickling minimal techno fizz inserted with spiky objects until a laquer-bubbling tone resets the thing to squabbling tape knot rhythms and what sounds like a deaf bagpipe ensemble.
It doesn't get any straighter on the other side; rudimentary keys and fractured electronic misshapes communicate in spits and and gobs of stressed out machine vernacular, almost succumbing to a bout of white noise but always stumbling towards its unresolved finale.