Grundik and Slava "Frogs" (Topheth Prophet Records)

The shower of noise CDs that came down this month from Topheth Prophet included some truly whackoid mouth-foamings that would take months to review.  Since barbecuing is far more critical to survival than work in the summer months, let’s not even attempt to rationalize the militant-Zionist-rant album they mailed and focus artlessly instead on “Frogs,” which, simply put, consists of focused electro-experimentation over the sounds of crickets and frogs partying around a creek.  Highlights include metallic mosquito buzzing on the 6th track, extraterrestrial loons on the 3rd, and a soothing array of guitar arpeggios and chimes that gradually transform into a cacophony of black helicopters on track 9.


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