Third album from this dark and twisted bunch from Indiana. Their previous efforts were jarring and frantic but Disconnect finds the band in a more atmospheric and hypnotic place. The band's eerie and chilling aspects are still in tact and their song writing has never been better. It's as if they've shed their No Wave abrasiveness in favor of Krautrock rhythms and post punk ambience. Great stuff! First 200 on yellow vinyl.
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