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CD on So I Buried edition of 100 copies.
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Here’s some more experimentalness for you! This is a split CD by Bbblood and Umez released in an edition of 100 on the So I Buried label.
BBBlood are from London and they make what can only be described as post industrial noise. The first two tracks on this CD are by them (or more accurately him as it's just a chap called Paul Watson) and it’s an eerie listen full of dark scary noises. If Ant was here I reckon he’d wet himself over this. It’s proper interesting and very listenable due to the different array of sounds they’ve wangled into their two tracks. It reminds me of some of the early Nurse With Wound gear as it’s a little quirky and there’s a playful sense of humour in there (though you’d probably have to be really into this kind of thing to spot it).
Then there’s three tracks by Umez who are a Japanese avant garde pop band based in London. These guys are nuts. It’s sort of skewed J-pop smothered in noise. Loud guitars, feedback, bonkers electronics, mental drum machine beats and sickly sweet Japanese pop. It’s genuinely confusing and not like anything else I’ve heard before. This is an excellent CD!
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