Album Reviews

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Andy Brown for Soundblab

"28042018 captures the collective on a different night and the results are significantly different yet no less invigorating.

A strange, somewhat alien and disconcerting loop leads the way. Drums  are introduced and the ritualistic, hypnotic nature of the piece is  revealed. Without sounding like them the music here manages to recall  the distorted, discombobulating soundscapes of Throbbing Gristle. (...)

The dial is firmly set to uneasy listening but I can’t help going back  for more. A little like 1970’s certified madmen Chrome, there’s  something highly appealing about the band's thirst for experimentation.  The two pieces here present us with a sonic collage and a glimpse into  an interesting, ongoing, creative process."

Full Review here : https://soundblab.com/reviews/albums/21263-believe-in-hell-28042018-bellies-and-ep-64


Noel Gardner for The Quietus

Dan Johnson's" His drumming, subtle in its progression towards to front and centre,  spars with De St Paul’s distorted vocal loops and electronic distress  signals, screams to near-silence seven minutes in and then reverses  round the whole course. A sonic challenge, but not remotely dry or  academic."

Full review here :http://thequietus.com/articles/25719-noel-s-foul-house-new-weird-britain-november-2018