Split CD, well done. And, one more time, Psychotica rec gets a new jewel for its catalogue. Italian Lillayell, power-three pieces from Pisa, back after about two years since first debut on label, although now with a less elaborated epilepsy and no more hc distress, put hands again over math-rock and post-punk tortuous ways, full of fractures and irregular nerves, with vocals almost swollowed into satured sounds and noise dust. Hell(o) boings obsessivly becoming memorable because of its chorus, Analjesus pushes on granitic guitar distortions that well match with dramatical tone of vocals, - and Twilight features Anna Finori from Abarthjour Floreale, making the track more quiet and gentle, distilling a special pop-effect notwistanding the overstanding rancid lines. - Velma, from french swiss, open remixing a former Lillayell's song, Dea Velma, renewed in a new hypnotic key, syncopated into static electricity. Landing Aliens, following, blows from the beginning into a ambient-shoegaze, a mesemeric multi-layered guitar loop fed for 10 minutes, a long trance exploration, - the same of Needles and Store, where time stops itself, and has got a new envelopment in width besides than in lenght. Happy Today is more like some lysergical tune à la Sonic Youth, those kind of carpets of sounds like a supernatural talk. - Velma are particular, although the production is still too much low-fi to be brilliant, - anyway it doesn't change that it brings something magic.
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