Saturday, October 21, 2017
"Their sound is influenced by both their love for Krautrock legends such as Can and Neu!, and the band members being self-professed "repetition freaks" who heavily listen to minimal techno. The music proceeds straightforwardly with the Motorik beat (Hammer beat), devised by Klaus Dinger (Kraftwerk, Neu!), as its central axis. Humorous, yet bizarre Japanese lyrics are whispered over a hard, cold beat that is maniacally repeated, creating a pleasant ambience of electronic pulses drifting in space. Sharp guitar tones reminiscent of Michael Karoli (Can) occasionally explode into fuzz distortion, on the verge of collapse..." - Bandcamp
"If you want to find out what is stirring in the heavy psych underground these days then you can’t go far wrong with this record. It’s a supreme live document of a band who are simply on fire at the moment and along with Earthless and Harsh Toke, are revitalising the heady days of the 60’s through their expressive jamming and explosive blues. It is also a stark reminder of how exciting a live album can be and for that alone needs to be heard. A great document of a great night from a great band. Simply great..." - Echoes And Dust
One of the best Deep Purple live performances that features incredible long jams.