Form and fidelity invoke early Keiji Haino (a là Live at Milky Way 1973) but make no mistake, Gabie Strong retains an artistic voice and guitar style all her own. Another superlative release from G.S.
Favorite track: Incantation for revolt against brutality.
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Completely unique music, original ++, voices, feedback, noise, scratch and on "Come" a ghostly 60s type musical relic emerges out of the ashes and destruction, via a merciless brief silence, only to retreat to the mire just as quickly. I can't describe this music any better than that. Gavin Hellyer
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Definitely different from his more recent collaboratively ethereal and leisurely LP's, this is a crepitating, sparsely textured album that sounds like a peregrine mixture of Whitehouse eeriness, Diamanda Galas, and the first Sonic Youth LP if it was played by Jandek. A fascinating LP that is best played at very loud volumes lying on the sofa after a few Fernet Branca's. brantly