Infidel? / Castro! - _Case Studies in Bioentropy_
(Independent, 2002)
by: Adrian Bromley (8 out of 10)
Not only do Colin Marston and George Korein have a good thing going here with the unique sounds of the Infidel? / Castro! release _CSiB_, but the sky is the limit with what they can do or how they can progress the band in the future. So what do they sound like? The website for the band says "an indecisive amalgam of metadelusional frequencies spawned from the depths of two twitching, tangled neuron masses". In short, it is a serious mindfuck! Take the bizarre sounds / styles of bands like Karaboudjan, Old Man Gloom, Soma and many of the same ilk and complexity, and mash it all together, drain the heavy production values and add in some electronic tinkering here and there (check out "Mobius") and you have the music of Infidel? / Castro!. Far from a detonating, sonic assault, Infidel? / Castro! makes a statement with its tranquil, at times flow and create segues into new numbers. An interesting realm of musical exploration that many should try to stumble upon in the next little while.

Contact: cjm246@nyu.edu

(article published 12/4/2002)


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