An exhilarating, and often spooky experience that confronts tunisian Banga rituals with a set of electronic sounds, brooding guitars and heavy basslines. The result is (at least) quite intriguing with all these layers of repetitive chants being cast upon the listener, as the band dwelves into more and more strange territory, in a rather immersive experience. The real issue here, though, is the way the group structures this repertory, at the risk of sounding quite repetitive (the songs are ... read more
The Detroit minimal synth band manages to pull off some surprising collaborations (of course, the name that immediately stands out is Swans' Michael Gira), but one can only wonder if those guests have actually heard the final results gathered by the group. Some of the more experimental cuts are indeed, quite enjoyable and intriguing in their own right, but, for the most part, this is a very messy and amateurish release that tries hard to keep the balance between electronic dance-music and ... read more
An interesting debut that holds (at least in theory), all the elements to engage any fan of post-punk and psychedelic-rock seeking for catchy hooks and energetic punk antics - not without its due experimental edge, that is. The first few tracks show what an exciting band the Fat White Family and Eccentronic Research Council supergroup can be, as their best crossover between Suicide, Iggy Pop and The Flaming Lips start to unveil. Soon enough, though, things begin to lose flavour as fast as the ... read more
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