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Boomkat Product Review:
Like a bag of alluring but unidentifiable pop confectionary from a stranger, Profligate’s Somewhere Else album is a deeply uncanny pick ’n mix of familiar yet surreal flavours for anyone with a wonky sweet tooth for post-punk, dream-pop and mutant industrial tastes.
The latest on Brooklyn’s Wharf Cat Records keeps up their reputation for picking fringe delicacies (think Horoscope’s Misogyny Stone, or Joey Agresta’s Let’s Not Talk About Music) with Profligate’s follow-up to a string of collaborations and releases for Not Not Fun and Unknown Precept over the past five years.
While those releases all demonstrated Noah Anthony’s diverse palette and knack for songcraft as Profligate, the addition of Elaine Kahn on vocals now arguably takes the project somewhere new and more absorbing, somewhere between Throbbing Gristle at their most contrary, and Broadcast dabbling in lo-fi, rhythmic noise.