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This tape comes in a big box, inside is a fluffy slice of material and a keyring. The music starts with a repetitive bleep which is joined by a distorted guitar and a singer reminiscent of John Lydon, it informs me that my head is outside. Cheers. From there the guitars take on a shard like quality whilst the electronics go crazy. Everything seems to be gradually becoming more unhinged. It’s ...

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Ltd tape on Tombed Visions. Edition of 50 copies w/ 3D keyring.

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7/10 Clinton Staff review, 24 September 2013

This tape comes in a big box, inside is a fluffy slice of material and a keyring. The music starts with a repetitive bleep which is joined by a distorted guitar and a singer reminiscent of John Lydon, it informs me that my head is outside. Cheers. From there the guitars take on a shard like quality whilst the electronics go crazy. Everything seems to be gradually becoming more unhinged. It’s very reminiscent of your late ‘70s experimentalists like This Heat, Throbbing Gristle et al. Uncompromising music but with a degree of musicality for people like me for whom the bleeps on ‘Tainted Love’ signify rampant experimentalism.

The next track is a series of quite alarming beeps. It sounds like an burglar alarm going haywire in the middle of the night in a warehouse in the middle of a deserted industrial estate. They seem to excel in the type of tracks which, for a while seem to be avant garde electronic pieces but then lurch into discordant guitar and vocals, then back again. Its really unusual stuff, it will certainly appeal to fans of the likes of Death in June, Current 93 and terrifying industrial oddness. There is something quite late ‘70s about it, mad couldn’t care less experimental tracks with a monochrome kind of feel from another era when the street lamps didn’t work and no-one had a job.


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