Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble. Kouldron boils over with scorching black noise and dark psychedelia. I couldn’t find too much on this artist so I’ll just tell you about what’s cooking on this tape. The three tracks are broken up into several parts; Part I, Part II, and Part III. Throughout, there are different alchemical concoctions brimming with looped synth, guitar reverb, and other chaotic ingredients that are sure to stir up some nightmares for your sleeping pleasure. Part I has almost a music box like series of synth notations played against a background of fizzling static and textures. It’s like a morbid antiquated fairy tale set into sonic motion about children who are caught up as subjects of magic spells. Part II is a flood of blistering, pining, and throbbing reverb that is set to scald all ears that fall victim to its leaky aural terror. Part III is available to hear on You Tube if you dare to check it out. It starts out with an electronic chirp akin to singing birds at sunrise. A repeated devotion of chords resonates into an addictive slow-burning track that grows at a glacial pace into an impenetrable wall of doomful noise. And then, suddenly it just stops. These three tracks are recorded to both sides of this tape. I appreciate that. I hate it when labels do a one-sided tape where you have to fast forward through Side B to hear it again. Ugh. Anyway, I’m assuming this is a demo. I’m very impressed with its execution. Even the simple layout of the tape with an old witchy woodcut and black tape with crackly, gritty black label make this a winner. Edition of 50. And, the price is right at only $3.00. If you like noise or dark music of any sort, take a chance on this one. You won’t be disappointed.