Boomkat Product Review:
Video artist Marijke Jorritsma and expert knob twiddler Gregory Zifcak animate antiquated and accelerated sawtooth and squarewave attacks with their circuit-bent and home-modified Roland synths and drum machines. Equal parts Wolf Eyes and Daft Punk with the kaleidoscopic vibrations of Perry and Kingsley, Eats Tapes provides the perfect analog fueled hi-NRG acid soundtrack for bedroom light-switch raves or unforgettable friday night house parties. Formerly known as Boom de la Boom, Eats Tapes have already become a household name in the San Francisco Bay Area, introducing the sincerest of boom de la rave artpunk jams to the out-rocked, out-postured denizens of SF's Mission district (twinned with Hoxton) and Oakland's free techno warehouse scene. Their music is a driving, chaotic organism riding a constant crescendo to an early grave. In performance, Eats Tapes wrangles howling hardware and discarded altered beasts, mutating the character and context of underground techno by grafting it with influences from the Bay Area's fertile improv noise scene.