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Occasionally a noise record lands in my pile. Today two have. Alo Girl's 'Bangkok' is the first. After some dialogue which entails a frank discussion with a Thai working girl and her punter we enter into what some call harsh wall noise territory. This sequence occurs again in later stages except the relentless grainy rumble is subsumed, at least in one passage, by a screeing mass of wild feedback ...

LP £16.49 UMA 073

Ltd LP on Urashima. Hand-numbered edition of 88 copies in silk-screened sleeve.

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Bangkok by Alo Girl
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7/10 Brian Staff review, 15 August 2014

Occasionally a noise record lands in my pile. Today two have. Alo Girl's 'Bangkok' is the first. After some dialogue which entails a frank discussion with a Thai working girl and her punter we enter into what some call harsh wall noise territory. This sequence occurs again in later stages except the relentless grainy rumble is subsumed, at least in one passage, by a screeing mass of wild feedback and contact-mike abuse. It's ace. 99% of people would go "'Ere mate, are you playing fucking sandpaper there?" Especially my neighbour Pat. But her (and her small yappy type dog) are currently chained up in my cellar whilst I terrorise the rest of the street with this filthy violent tuneless mess. I love my life. I really do. If you know Urashima, they're one of the few labels committed to distributing hard-faced proper purist noise pressed on quality wax in tiny editions. They are connoisseurs. If you don't buy this they will be annoyed and the terrified mammals in my cellar "go to sleep". Kapeesh?


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