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Boomkat Product Review:
Wolf Eyes fix a possessed gaze on a sort of squashed slow techno abstraction in two excursions for their Lower Floor label
With roiling globular pulses and colourfully plumed flutes and oscillator tweaks coming off like Rashad Becker jamming with The Sperm for the first half of 11817, before committing to something like Black Mecha doing native american music for the 2nd half, before 11317 takes off on a slightly shorter but more wigged out trip churning up woozy clarinet with free-handed guitar noise and absolutely messed up, barely harnessed bass muck.
“Wolf Eyes return to the audio world with two bangers of free abstraction and stretched out otherworldly electronics with ‘Strange Days II’. After the ‘Undertow’ (previous Wolf Eyes album) washes you up on the shores of an unmarked empty island, you find yourself stuck dead centre tangled inside a world where the air is filled with buzzing electronics beamed in from a arcane planet and the ‘things’ that are living are hungry for marrow of anything that was considered ‘music’ from the year 2391 AD. You are left alone with how to recreate sound from scratch, using nothing but the wind and mystery. The only words left from the human race are carved slowly on the trunk of a twisted tree, carefully saying “Wolf Eyes were here and these were truly strange days.””