Boomkat Product Review:
Epic, brilliantly weird and heavyweight new double album from Oliver Ho’s Broken English Club for L.I.E.S, the second release in his White Rats Trilogy. This one’s on a rugged and acidic industrial tip that’s like the more aggy, isolated and widescreen cousin to Silent Servant’s ’Negative Fascination’. Tipped!
"Broken English Club presents the second part in the White Rats trilogy, a full-length double vinyl album that focuses heavily on the dancefloor with droning techno, head banging acid and cinematic synth noise. This album continues Oliver Ho’s musical journey, fusing techno with industrial post punk and textures of death metal producing a unique electronic vision. Ideas and influences that went into the writing of the album was the dark soul of Wormwood scrubs prison in west London and the obsessions in the JG Ballard book Crash. White Rats II stands as a relentless and personal portrait of techno and all the things that feed into the creation of it."