From Baltimore's infamous Spleencoffin label comes this exquisitely packaged 12". I Can't find any information online about this particular record, so it either sold out extremely quickly or hasn't been released yet. A few other releases by the artist (and label) are on the Free Music Archive if you're interested in hearing them.
Anyway, as the title of this release and its 5 tracks imply ("Electromagnetization OF Dancefloor Dirt", "Lubrication Of Anthropodermic Slipmat", "Ingestion Of Glowstick Fluid", etc.), this release aims to combine academic experimental noise with dancefloor beats. Or maybe it's all just a gimmick of some sort. Basically, the pieces consist of harsh, squelching, piercing feedback over an insistent, industrial-ish lo-fi drumbeat. It doesn't really work as dance music, but it's a neat sound anyway. I know this is an extremely lazy comparison, but imagine a more stripped down, instrumental Wolf Eyes, and you'll have something close to this record.
Listening to this record all the way through might give you a headache, but it's fun for a track or two at a time. I'd really love to hear a creative DJ try and actually work this into a set. Although, it's pressed at 45 RPM, and even at that speed it's still sort of midtempo. I'm sure it could work somehow, though. 7/10 -- Paul Simpson (5 August, 2009)