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Am already regretting not being called Sticky Foster for the years I've been alive. It feels like a wasted opportunity. Here Usurper (Ali Robertson and Malcy Duff) combine forces with Sticky to make one of the craziest most experimentalist things I've heard in ages. It's one of those albums that sounds like it's just some people fucking about to most people but for folks who are really into this s ...

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6/10 Phil Staff review, 23 February 2011

Am already regretting not being called Sticky Foster for the years I've been alive. It feels like a wasted opportunity. Here Usurper (Ali Robertson and Malcy Duff) combine forces with Sticky to make one of the craziest most experimentalist things I've heard in ages. It's one of those albums that sounds like it's just some people fucking about to most people but for folks who are really into this sort of music they'll tell you that's not the case and it is in fact a work of unbridled genius. I don't know... I don't get it but it's interesting alright. What you get is a load of folks hitting things (not sure what sort of things) in a foley esque style... all kinda random an you've no idea what is coming next. It's the opposite of a 'tune'. Occasionally some skronky sax appears, othertimes you'll get a harsh strange frequency but the majority of the time you get a bunch of squeaking, creaking, clattering and general fucknuttery. Well mental!


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