set of 15 compositions is something much more than one could expect
from an ordinary, smooth issue after first chords. Of course, given
that these 41 minutes are released by Chinstrap Music, the imprint
led by Ergo Phizmiz (the cover design is also made up by him) then
one should not have been surprised at all. All those surrealistic
texts and impressively shifted storytelling reflecting upon the
madness and tension being prevalent around us to be resulted in
something totally different through our unnerving dreams and
serpentine subconsciousness. It is a fertile sole for a genuine art.
Undoubtedly the cognitive dissonance used to surface more distinctly
being juxtaposed to an ordinary pop assemblage at the first glimpse
(a part of the whole is an obvious No Wave din, though). You know an
ordinary pop issue embodies something to be hold back and there is a
twisted doctor to make experiments with it. Furthermore, to employ an
ordinary approach it even more provides possibilities to undermine
everyday's life and its dullness. Is it either a diagnosis or an
effective result it does not make sense in fact. Let's say 2 in 1.
Very pro to add it to a best list of surreal/dada music.