6/10 Phil Staff review, 27 July 2011
Here's a split 12" by Nova Scotia and Eye who are both underground experimental New Zealand artists. The Nova Scotia side is called A Million Corpses of Dead Bees which is a frightening image. I love bees and the last thing I want to think of is the sad faces of millions of dead bees staring at me wanting their life back. Mass bee genocide aside you get a whopping 18 minute sax fueled free rock jam smothered in lo-fi shambling drums. Random drum hits flailing around sporadic cymbal crashes coated in feedback whilst the saxophone skronks away in its own world. It peaks and troughs and before you know it the 18 minutes is over and it's time to check out the Eye side. Their track is called High Road (much less controversial) and it's awash with feedback and electronics. Again its a buildy uppy thing and it's more...shall I say...brutal than the A side. Lots of strange noises and feedback is essentially what's on offer here.
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- A Million Corpses of Dead Bees b/w High Road by Nova Scotia / Eye
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