Description: Kap Bambino’s debut UK release.
Contents: One double A-Side single; two songs; four minutes; 7 inches of vinyl*; and a veritable truckload of high-pitched bleepy noises and incomprehensible lyrical shoutings over danceable beats.
Similarities: The glitchy electronic chaos bears some comparison with Les Georges Leningrad, though far smoother and without LGL’s barbed bizarrity, and there’s also a sufficiency of Le Tigre in here to allow you to dance to this without permanently maiming yourself and/or any innocent bystanders. (If any bystanders can truly be described as innocent in these jaded modern times)
Mood: First and foremost, FUN! Also wildly energetic/strobe-lit/hyperactive technicolour sound, with beats and bleeps and mutant beehive buzzing noises and a general air of silliness used to ensure that even the shortest of attention spans will have no time to get bored.
Good?: Yep yep yep!
*What? What did you think I was going to say? FILTH!