Excellent split! 4 tracks for local heroes Redworms' Farm and 3 for american Paper Chase (now also on debut at killrockstars rec, with God bless your black heart album). Moreover, one video each, + remix. Production is by newborn Robotradio label, - coming out from dusts of Equilibrio Precario, a great indie magazine of some years ago. What can i say? Releases moved by Passion are the Best. Coming in a digipack, a nice artworl, 5 pages of a strange comic strip, ranging from daily life slices to a not-real world, by Alessandro Baronciani. I mean, it's something beautiful since the first moment You touch It. Paper Chase, from dallas, - completly sinister with I'm your doctor now, - i recall of Birthday Party as i listen to these tracks, - but as i remember, when i saw Them live here in rome, They distort at best new-no wave paintings, with a strong line of piano and drums, - guitars as hanging electric cables shocking people, noise layers, and voice singing as a fool. On remix of Out come the knives, They can even sound gentle for a while. - The Redworms' Farm (reviewed and interviewed in past on komakino) are swinging between pop-noise and post-punk, but when i use the word 'pop', i want You to read it in its best meaning, its purest, - just as it is on Pop Song, two minutes track going straight to Your head. Minimal riffs, distorted guitars, quick, stop&go's, two male voices singing. Remix of Jelly Bean drifts Them on digital/electro coordinates. - I mean, RWF are great once more. - Videos are both by Nicola Fontana Founthead, for Paper Chase there is a 'max-headrom'_ish visin, mixed with metropolis, and for the Redworms' Farm there is a more well known style blending pictures and live shots behind negative and special filters. - Just consider that this CD costs only 1o euro.. get in touch!
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