The fifth album of Brooklyn's '!!!' sees them reach a definitive stage of self-realization. Recruiting Jim Eno of Spoon, their unique fusion of disco, funk and punk concentrates dancealicious licks, iconic vocals and their mischievous energy, with a tangible maturity in the production and song dynamics.
Where Bobby Krlic's debut LP focused more on live instrumental performance, his follow up excavates sonic cavities through more abstract electronic means. Akin to the weighty impact of Emptyset and poignant, macabre imagery of Demdike Stare and Raime, needless to say his own impressive sensibility is at the core.
Split-release from US experimentalists Yellow Swans' Pete Swanson and Jeffrey D. Witscher as Rene Hell. Swanson's fifteen minute 'Self Help' traipses haunting noise intensities and Rene Hell's three tracks flit around fantastical cosmic synths patterns. Wonderful noise-ambient release.
|GET YOURSELF CONNECTED|
|Cityguides Electronic Lifestyle Fashion Music|