At the Warhorse Cafe at the Goat Farm
1200 Foster St.
Atlanta, GA 30317
Noise-priestess Kyle Kessler's current solo alias -- might best be described as a machine tearing itself apart, or aluminum cans trying to free themselves from an active clothes dryer. No noisome squeak or crunch or ping is left unwrought or un-hyperventilated here, one following immediately upon the heels of the one before. No quarter asked or given, but those nine minutes seem to fly by in a flash. My German shepherd was not amused.
- Village Voice
Dylan Hay’s Isa Christ project explodes across side A, using a variety of coruscating tones that burst like shells across a ruined landscape. Harshness is the watchword here; churning low-end lakes of fire are offset by screeching flashes of feedback and squalor. Rather than sit back and create a harsh noise wall, Hay keeps the track shifting from noise to noise, successfully bringing tension and development to the track’s series of scorching sounds. By track’s end a whirling vortex of scummy drone gets chopped apart by a sequence of screaming high-end noises, fading out as it alternates between warm, low sounds and pulsating trebly feedback.
- Foxy Digitalis
Ulysses & Hellier
New project featuring members of Polish Nails