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Easily the most disliked Cerberus Shoal release... you heard it from the horses mouth!
review taken from: http://www.fakejazz.info/
"A Man Who Loved Holes," the Cerberus Shoal track, mixes a wall of intriguing clicks, clacks, and background sounds with endless, spooky jibber jab from someone's voice disguised to sound like a Cylon Centurion. While the sounds they create are quite interesting on their own, when added to the spewing Cylon, all focus shifts to his voice, making every moment of the 16+ minute song seem even longer.
"Idios Kosmos" is the first recording I have heard from the UK's Guapo, and I'm impressed. The sound they create here is kind of difficult to explain, but they sound like the tune-up of a symphony (that moment where everyone all plays the single note "A" together). They take this organic mass of sound, which I have no idea how they create, and extend it, slowly changing the tone, tempo, and intensity, making it fluctuate constantly between building, falling, and expanding. The end result is amorphous, dense, and magnificent.
"Kdios Iiosmos, He Two Loved Holes," the collaboration between the bands, sounds almost as if they overlaid the band's respective tracks, luckily cutting out the annoying robot vocals. The mix of their two sounds works perfectly to add a new depth to Guapo's already fascinating sound, and finishes the split album beautifully.