Gr(easy) listening and flirty-dirty psychedelica.
These five Belgians have been forging a link between easy listening and noise music since 2002, making a lot of figurative noise in 2015 when they unleashed the cult-hit record ‘Are Animals Different’. Their brand-new album ‘Sexuality’ (Unday Records) is overflowing with obscene percussion, guitars and synths – a hot mush of polyphonic, psychedelic music to whip audiences into a dancing frenzy. The observant may detect notes of Pink Floyd, William Onyeabor, dark improv-voodoo and the very finest of elevator music. The result is at once disorienting, kinky, raw and sensual.