"...In 9 tracks Everywhere Kingdom fucks your ears like it’s a pair of loose slippers that needs to be filled with a nice groove so loud that you barely hear it. It’s pushing things to the limit, yet not over the limit; which makes it noisy yet not noise! How about that? (...)
Industrial material on clown shoes would be a way to describe it,
nicely rolling, loud, but also quite a lot of fun! You want find anyone looking pissed off or angry listening to these rays of ear damaging (and pleasing!) materials. So what are you waiting for?"
from album review by Yeah I Know It Sucks: yeahiknowitsucks.wordpress.com/2016/06/20/everywhere-kingdom-3-red
Everywhere Kingdom continues the adventure in the improvised/stream-of-consciousness realm but again takes the music in an entirely new direction. Whereas its predecessor was a hypnotic chillout adventure meandering through blurry clouds of warmly distorted synths and subdued guitars, here NOISE and RHYTHM are kings. Pummeling distorted beats, squealing and stuttering synth loops draw the listener into a brutal, yet groovy, experience. Bouncing between primitive hip-hoppy beats (Jellypit, Chimp Thug), industrial (Corrosive, Sno-Blower), techno (Saibaba Goblets, Shrrum Vacuum), ande even making a stop at noisy-casio-ska (When I Die), all slathered in static and distortion, the 9 tracks here make for an uncompromisingly thrilling ride which similarly exhausts and leaves the listener wanting more.
Released on Underpolen Netlabel, home for the raw, weird, homemade lofi treasures: