OLJUD: THE RECONSTRUCTION OF...
CDR: Self-Release 
Re-Construction Of The Kangen-Livegig With Massive Noise Drones And Weird
popularity of experimental DIY music, including circuit bending, shows
no sign of tailing off. Never a day passes…or so it seems…when
another release flip flaps onto the AP doormat. After being listened to
the recording then goes on a magical long journey…courtesy of the
British postal system…until it arrives at the home of the reviewer
deemed lucky enough to receive such treasure. 9 times out of 10 that falls
onto my already frazzled head to deal with. Gee thanks a bunch. You do
spoil me Jo with this manna from Heaven. I then listen to the recording.
Then listen to it again. Have a drink. Or eight. Get pissed. Then listen
to it once more. The alcohol dulling the senses enough to form some sort
of coherent wordplay in my head. Staggering upstairs…after a quick
trip to the toilet to remove the alcohol and the contents of my stomach…I
play the recording for the last time and proceed to write the review at
my computer. Which is where we are at this moment in time.
through tar would be easier than trying to fathom out what this music
represents. On the one hand it gives extreme electronics a severe run
for its money in the pain inducing stakes whilst on the other there’s
an undeniable sense of ‘take it or leave it’ belligerence
which is to be secretly admired. Howling like a constipated banshee in
a force 10 gale the music leaves a trail of brain numbing destruction
in its wake. Only when it finally stops does peace and a feeling of normality
return. The silences in the aftermath a blessed relief. If ever there
was a conversation stopper then this is it.
of the most challenging pieces of music I’ve ever had to review
and that’s no understatement.
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