Saturday, July 11, 2009


Ferocious and dazzling art prog maneuvers from an outfit spearheaded by former Sleepytime Gorilla Museum drummer Frank Grau, this eyebrow-raising and R.I.O.-indebted debut of theirs mating the ebullient horn charting eccentricity of France's Six Cylindres En V to the dense and circus-y post-Klezmer R.I.O. moves of American units like Hamster Theater and Amoebic Ensemble, but cut by a combination of space rock power drives and intermittent kosmiche production values, a seemingly chalk and cheese combo on the written page but one they manage to make seem both obvious and effortless.

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Anonymous said...

Oh man, he uses the back of his CD tray card for a Karl Marx quote? What a loser. Hopefully his taste in music is better than his political leanings.

a-g said...

I think there's a little strain of Gong (at its most jamming and improvising movements) in here. Interesting.

This "species being" thing, in itself, I would agree with 'anon' to dislike.

joel said...

i really love this album - its all over the place. mutant sounds never lets me down.
thank you

Thïrd World Man said...

I know its a longshot, but you wouldn't happen to have their album "Orgone Therapy" would you?