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Latest Blackest Rainbow endorsed CDr of head stabbingly fine noisemongering comes from a mysterious duo that have been accused of Yorkshire dwelling but have titled their 3 brooding slabs of dystopian industrialisms & progressive noise in spidery Welsh, like Wales is the new Norway and that (so your guess is as good as mine as to their origin?). They're called Spill and the opening track is 13 m ...

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Where You Aren't by Spill
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 24 July 2009
Latest Blackest Rainbow endorsed CDr of head stabbingly fine noisemongering comes from a mysterious duo that have been accused of Yorkshire dwelling but have titled their 3 brooding slabs of dystopian industrialisms & progressive noise in spidery Welsh, like Wales is the new Norway and that (so your guess is as good as mine as to their origin?). They're called Spill and the opening track is 13 minutes long. Unlucky for some but not me. There's some fantastic stuff going on here. It sounds quite earthy & insectoid at first, like heavy glitch & processed sound that could feasibly be sourced from a mic buried deep underground whist myriad tiny creatures go about their daily business right by. The use of screeing electronics is kept to a reasonable pitch, an echo laden vocal sounds genuinely saddened, an eerie synth hovers, around like a malcontent UFO, there's a great use of delay that makes you feel momentarily panicked then sends you under....ooh they're packing in the ideas here. I'm onto the stuck-inside-a-pipeline echo chamber of T2 now, it sounds like some power electronic loving aliens are stuck in some claustrophobic sewer (of their imagination) clattering & caterwauling, chasing a dim light in the distance and making a fuzzing, buzzing rattly racket in the process as they bound from one side to another making good use of acoustics. This truly sounds great to me, futuristic & strange sound from another dimension. The last piece begins with a more audio sandpaper vibe with echo drenched vocals that gradually keeps morphing, the sound of some giant lung breathing away whilst all manner of abrasive sound textures & dark ambient moods are explored, phasing in and out, the monged, distorted vocals moaning sporadically like a depressed giant who's run out of Dinosaur bones to knaw on. 'Where You Aren't' is a cracking debut, lets hear more soon please!

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