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1 review »An interesting start to the week with Golden Jooklo Age and their Tropical Trip LP, the presentation on this one is some of the best I've seen for ages with a mental totemic cyclops owl that's probably just beamed down from the heavens to take over our world via the power of the pentagram emblazoned on it's stomach. Then the vinyl is a complete splatterjob, looking like some hippy's eaten their ty ... »

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Tropical Trip by Golden Jooklo Age
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 24 September 2008
An interesting start to the week with Golden Jooklo Age and their Tropical Trip LP, the presentation on this one is some of the best I've seen for ages with a mental totemic cyclops owl that's probably just beamed down from the heavens to take over our world via the power of the pentagram emblazoned on it's stomach. Then the vinyl is a complete splatterjob, looking like some hippy's eaten their tye-dyed T-shirt their dirty, water birthed child shat on at Glastonbury, vomited it back up and turned it into a record. Apparently they're all unique and I think I can say without seeing the entire run that they're all FAR FUCKING OUT. The music follows suit, being lengthy instrumental jams pushed along by throbbing, slightly dubby basslines and incredibly cymbal-heavy percussion, later morphing into Eastern rhythms that are making Ant talk about Apocalypse Now.. In fact that's a really good comparison, this is totally dark and otherly business that'd be a perfect fit on there. Not sure where the occasional skronky saxophone would fit in in 'Nam but it does the business here perfectly. Imagine Sylvester Anfang mixed up with one of The Stooges' Fun House jams and a touch of the Far East.. It's totally brilliant actually, I'm not doing it any justice because I'm crap at doing reviews at this unholy time in the morning (it's 11am for Christ's sake) but I'm sorely tempted to get one myself despite the hefty price. Apparently it's because there's only 100-odd, Qbico do that sort of funny stuff and they have to make their money back somehow I guess.. Highly recommended for the more adventurous improvisation lovers among you!

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