Dayglow Exploding Super Infinite is Karl & friends performing live analogue electronics, synthetics and noise.
This accidental-static, fluff osmosis is exactly the kind of sound The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and their foul type have tried to scrub out of existence, stomp into history, for years
The exact moral opposite of Anthony, Flea (and the other two) this rotten, fluttering pop crackles in my ears like a dry cotton bud chasing a rogue insect for about 37 minutes.
There’s no funk or no punk in this energetic splutter; indeed there is no jazz or blues either. But this is unmistakably rock n’ roll, the closing moments of ‘Collapsing Droplets’ as badazz as Link Wray’s low-down Rumble; greasy D.A. aloft and flick knife tucked into his waistband.
If all else is true the lengthy ‘Once we Considered Surrender’ is surely the ballad, a slow dance of chittering typewriter keys and radio interference. Somehow wetter than its companions the spitting sonics play out more like a garden hose being repeatedly stepped on-off-on-off in a herky-jerky dance.
Uncomplicated, but of course vibrating with coded meanings only the in-crowd can decode.
– Radio Free Midwich about Weightless And Everywhere, Drizzled In Honey