Head Boggle has to be the most fitting moniker for an electronic musician that I have yet to come across. Derek Gedalecia crafts confounding cassettes rife with gloopy synth ooze. Maelstroms of undifferentiated sound seem to leave Gedalecia’s gear with little effort – he’s a master purveyor of (dis)organized chaos. “Unsounds and Domo Live,” the umpteenth Head Boggle tape (his first for the always fantastic NNA imprint), is more of the same wonderful weirdness. Offered up on the A side are five completely blown out tracks put together with what appears to be damaged synthesizers, unholy electronics, and whatever else happened to be lying around. This is pure sound for sound’s sake – with a method baked deep within the madness so weaker intellects (myself included) can fathom just what is happening. The flip side consists of a live set from 2007, in which Gedalecia tortures a Micromoog over pre-recorded synth and electronics. The frying of minds is clearly the order of the day, yet there appears to be a semblance of order throughout the live set that has been stripped away over the years. What’s left? A puddle of slime that once was my brain. Fantastic!