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1 review »Another excellent release from Not not fun records in the form of a Teeth Mountain live LP titled 'Live On'. Baltimore collective Teeth Mountain weave a mighty tapestry of hypnotic tribal rhythms and experimental John Cale-esque violin scratches. 'Live On' is an onslaught of syncopated drum rhythms that dominate the mix that also includes plenty of guitar drone ambience, strange feedback episodes ... »

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Live On by Teeth Mountain
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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 14 May 2009
Another excellent release from Not not fun records in the form of a Teeth Mountain live LP titled 'Live On'. Baltimore collective Teeth Mountain weave a mighty tapestry of hypnotic tribal rhythms and experimental John Cale-esque violin scratches. 'Live On' is an onslaught of syncopated drum rhythms that dominate the mix that also includes plenty of guitar drone ambience, strange feedback episodes and some sounds I couldn't possibly identify. You can tell that this isn't a straight up live recording as such but a live session that has been cut, manipulated and arranged to make a coherent record. It starts out an intense drum workout which makes way for some strange industrial hums and hisses that eventually are usurped by more crazed drum-offs. The second side starts out with some squeeze sounding discordant violin drone that making me feel a bit sick (a physical reaction to music is always a good thing) which is punctuated by some super cool delayed tom rhythms and some wild sounding sax outbursts. This eventually corrodes into a strange lo-fi vocal interlude that is followed by a final party jam that introduces a guitar riff of sorts. It all works really well for me!! Obvious comparisons would be Vibracathedral Orchestra, Astral Social Club, Sunburned Hand of the Man etc.... But this quite different though and very good in my humble opinion.

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