Fractured and fucked in ways too numerous to accurately iterate, Ivor Axeglovitch (a band, not a person) were Denmark's contribution to an as-yet-unnamed musical continuum informed by a 1970's lived to the tune of Beefheart and Ralph Records (a continuum whose U.S. counterparts would be Steaming Coils, The Blitzoids, Bomis Prendin, To Nije Sala, Buxinrut and the like). Though for my money the more tightly crafted Heads Off! wins by a...well...head over their 100 copy debut LP Montarsi, both of these are object lessons in gloriously lopsided spasming art rock lunacy that should make the day/week/year of anyone deeply invested in the notion that godheads pop up like fungi under the combined gravitational pull of planets Beefheart and Ralph.
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