Kylie Minoise - The Deliciouness Of Fire

It's Kylie Minoise. It's Lea Cummings. Yeah, I know!

What do you mean, is it any good? Don't talk daft!

C20 released on Beartown Records last year. Seriously, you need to check them out! You may well be drawn to the names that you recognise (Blood Stereo, Knox Mitchell, Fossils, BBBLOOD, Andrew Coltrane, Astral Social Club, Oubliette, Vomir or Torturing Nurse) but take a punt on the names that are new to you. The quality is controlled and at £4 per tape they aren't in this to make a fortune. They are in this to introduce you to your new favourite thing. And they will!!!

Word: "Side A of THE DELICIOUSNESS OF FIRE sees the superimposition of stuttering sirens, guttural feedback, and spiralling walls of deep static. Each layer of racket consuming and devouring the other – cannibal-jazz! Solid boulders of sound are drilled, extracted, refined and polished, before being cast back into the roaring furnace of futility.

On the flip side, a deafening toxic gale blows long and hard. Swirling columns of sonic detritus rise up and disintegrate, tumbling down in a series of echoing, slow-motion crash landings. A rusted, collapsing, corrugated iron shed of a release."

Nuff Said.

The Deliciouness Of Fire


Anonymous,  12 August 2012 at 17:39  

wonderful as usual
when we talk about

Anonymous,  23 August 2012 at 15:02  

hey man please both you and static fanatic change filehoster because
this new modality in free mode,
two download every two hours, is really unberable.
anyway go on, those blogs are great

Plague 26 August 2012 at 19:22  

Minoise generally doesn't disappoint