Review

Paul Bijlsma, Phosphor, no. 120, August 1, 2006

The fourth release in these live series, offers recordings of five gigs performed in April 2003. Again this turntables duo presents an album full of noise. The opening track is a slow-building climax of white noise with on top of it nice vocal samples and ending in rhythmic noise eruptions. The second track heads off rather carefully with tiny noises (like a wild animal), continued with a rhythmic mechanical pattern. The third and fourth piece, both recorded in Lyon, are in the same vein, built upon crackles, concrete sounds and sharp noises. These noise manipulations are in a constant flow, been changed actively all the time. The music is calm, extreme and harsh at the same time.

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