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Boomkat Product Review:
When a band gets billed as a "power trio" it always makes me think of Rush. This dutch group are an entirely different proposition to the Canadian prog behemoths however, and instead occupy a raw, improv noise rock sound, all recorded with a suitable lack of care and attention. Glancing over the line-up you might recognise drummer Leo Fabriek from his collaboration with Machinefabriek - a real highlight in the Rutger Zuydervelt catalogue it was too - but this material has no detectable common ground with that either, instead the four lengthy pieces conjure up a clamour of drones and feedback while Fabriek establishes a fluid backbone, never going too far into the realms of fancy, instead helping bassist Michael Van Damm establish a peculiar brand of swingtime jazz on the likes of 'December 12 2006'.