Boomkat Product Review:
We return once again to the paralleldritch universe of Mr Paris Green and Dr Lettow-Vorbeck's Moon Wiring Club for our annual bewilderment on 'Today Bread, Tomorrow Secrets'. It's every bit as cryptic as the title suggests; a fractal, labyrinthine beat journey into sampledelic esoterica and recorder music (provided by Sarah Angliss - composer, robot maker, thereminist, historian of sound technology) pieced together on a Playstation 2. Exploring an uncanny world of Edwardian banquets, singing birds, Bressan-wielding cats and the eeriest, earworming melodies, all in 6/8 time, it's an absorbing and unnerving listening experience, perhaps imagining RZA making soundtracks for period dramas on UK kids TV in the '80s, or kinda like BoC gone back-to-basics in a cupboard at the back of a musty charity shop in one of those odd English towns far from the A roads. Genuinely strange, febrile sounds, recommended to lovers of the unheimlich and the wyrd.