Thursday, April 30, 2015
Here it is. Finally. The first full length - and live! - artist album of the mysterious act Bidol Cath which regularly appeared in the "Little Brutal Rave Bastards Series"-series throughout the last 15 years and furthermore popped up on compilations like Dhyana Records' "Best Of ZDF" or, more recently, the Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse-released "Referenzkalibrierungsorgasmusmagnettonbandkassettentechno" in 2014. And now, after all these years spent in dark'ish underground vaults, an album. Even better: a cassette album. Containing nine brand new tracks recorded live at one of Bidol Cath's recent and rare live appearances this is a 60 minute example of how hypnotic hyper-stoic, dry but partly reverb-heavy analogue Techno, Mutant Acid and Rhythm Industrial can get although the music's uncompromising, yet marching nature displays some kind of machine-like brutalism. Music for tanks and industrial powerplants!