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1 review »Relentlessly pummeling the office speakers is an EP by Ladyscraper on Wrong Music. I'm not going to say what it's called because it's a bit rude and my Mum might be reading. Infact the title is utterly offensive as is the music. This is total jackhammer brain damage gear, hard, fast, furious distorted industrial beats which make me think the stereo is about to explode. There is some real n ... »

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 18 November 2006
Relentlessly pummeling the office speakers is an EP by Ladyscraper on Wrong Music. I'm not going to say what it's called because it's a bit rude and my Mum might be reading. Infact the title is utterly offensive as is the music. This is total jackhammer brain damage gear, hard, fast, furious distorted industrial beats which make me think the stereo is about to explode. There is some real nasty aggressive breakcore on here, totally hardcore mental shit. 'Werewolf Syndrome Destroyed Your Family' is completely absurd, it's just all over place. I reckon this is what Drop The Lime sounds like to your granny. I kind of got bored of this stuff a bit ago but this is just so ridiculous it's good fun. 'Bolt On And Jack Off' eases up a little and is actually a decent slice of Aphex / Squarepusher-esq mangled breakbeat electronica albeit with the tempo increased. Absolutely bonkers and not for the faint hearted. Phew!!!

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