Thursday, December 08, 2011
The Quietus reviews Milyoo's Archaeology.
Gigantic 80s synth stabs usher in ‘Face To Face’, alongside carnivalesque melodic whirls, more bizarre sampled vocal manipulations – clips, curls and curves of voice (subliminal words dropping in, or just enough of a trace to generate your own Exquisite Corpse) and a meandering wobble-bass riff underpinning constant rhythmic variations. With a couple of seconds to catch a breath, ‘Dasein’ kicks its way in to view in all its mighty subterranean glory, with a cut-crystal cowbell and blown-glass melody gleefully bouncing on top of a planet-deep sub-beat.
"The cowbell as a symbol of unbridled passion, ladies and gentlemen."
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