series of often brilliant cd-r releases, in the more noisy and cut up
department, Soviet Subliminal Seduction - aka. Mikko Jensen who since
the beginning has been an important person in the innercircle of Noisejihad
- came out as a closet krautrocker, and it actually suited him.
Without loosing his absurd sense of humor (just check out a title like
"Impotennis"), he created a dark and droning form of digital
psychedelic rock, that both sounded authentically raw, and exploited
the laptop's possibilities of creating dead on motorics to the max.
From this came a release that gave the ever so sterile postrock, as
well as the most nerdy electronica, a well desevered slap in the face,
while showing it's very own and unexpected way forward.
Posted 1st of March 2005 at geiger.dk along with 50 other top albums
of 2004. View original article here.