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1 review »My experience of Arrington de Dionyso thus far has been limited to wondering where to file him in the stock room although I think I remember hearing Old Time Relijun once or twice in the past. His voice is totally the thing you've gotta talk about here. On the first track he sounds like Arthur Brown singing on an Indonesian Um Bongo advert. On the second he gets all Mike Patton on it, undulating w ... »

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8/10 Brett Staff review, 17 March 2011

My experience of Arrington de Dionyso thus far has been limited to wondering where to file him in the stock room although I think I remember hearing Old Time Relijun once or twice in the past. His voice is totally the thing you've gotta talk about here. On the first track he sounds like Arthur Brown singing on an Indonesian Um Bongo advert. On the second he gets all Mike Patton on it, undulating way up and way down like a massive nutter. On the third you start to wonder whether it's possible for a man to seductively lick your ear purely with the power of sound and whether you're packing enough pepper spray to make it stop if it is.. And so on and so forth. The music's pretty bizarre in its own right - it's largely a combination of drum machine rhythms, bass throbs and chimey, surfy guitars but plenty of other shit gets thrown into the mix as he fancies (and he quite often does). Sometimes he's almost getting towards Sun City Girls territory or something. A curious pleasure on the whole.


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