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This is an odd recording. I was expecting more relatively chilled stuff but then again the artists name isn't all that pleasant. This is ace submerged noise, derived from wavering frequencies of the more mid range to low-end variety - chuntering, wonky, sinister & sludgy waves of wobbly aural filth built from drones & "a preachers voice" fed into a delay pedal. The second track is not quit ...

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 06 October 2010

This is an odd recording. I was expecting more relatively chilled stuff but then again the artists name isn't all that pleasant. This is ace submerged noise, derived from wavering frequencies of the more mid range to low-end variety - chuntering, wonky, sinister & sludgy waves of wobbly aural filth built from drones & "a preachers voice" fed into a delay pedal. The second track is not quite as lo-fi but expands on the idea of guitar distortion fed through an effects pedal. It doesn't terrify like Skullflower or early Earth but still makes a tasty, drowsy buzzing racket that could piss off yr neighbors. Enjoying even more the migraine inducing racket of track 3 with some actual notes & semblance of a melody apparent through the aural murk. I think that "tunage" may be derived from the advertised "treated piano effects" but it sounds more like a hellish psychedelic maelstrom than anything! More impressive maybe because of the relatively indecipherable and heavily immersed source material, this track becomes the highlight for me! I can leave the final piece, the effect has worked & I am happy.


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