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- Split by Eli Keszler/ Keith Fullerton Whitman
8/10 Brian Staff review, 24 May 2012
Blimey, two of outsider music's most “difficult” composers unite here over their love of extreme sonic possibilities, one side a piece of uncompromising and incredibly detailed sound-mania. The first intricately plotted face features a session of rapid mind-storming from our man Eli. His 'Cold Pin' LP on Pan was quite the ticket, albeit a relentless, crazy listen, and here he again processes live percussion and the outer realms of electro-acoustic experimentalism, metallic feedbacking drones, doom jazz rumbling and industrial ambient scree into four clattering, excitable movements that sound quite thrilling.
KFW prefers to assault your senses with the alarming sound of micro-beat grubbing, hectic programming, hyper-insectoid stagger-tech and collapsing, gurgling computer glitch rhythms that run a little too fast for your brain to process in one sitting. No-one makes music quite like these two, Keszler the hands-on physical music purist, Whitman the computer genius that takes extreme electronics into a wild, giddy, untamed place without even thinking about shearing your face off with mere volume and violence. Their worlds meet like divine winds, like two halves that make the whole. Nice work for this fine stable of future music, NNA.
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