Jackson-Pratt has quickly established himself as one of the best new American harsh noise artists through a series of blistering live performances as well as tapes on Dead Gods and Monorail Trespassing. Avoiding confinement to particular sub-genres or "flavors of the month," Jackson-Pratt expertly combines crunch, feedback, and punishing walls of noise for a fresh take on the classic "Americanoise" sound. I can't think of many artists that sounded this good this early in their career. Jackson-Pratt is truly ahead of the game, and New Forces is grateful to be able to document this upward trajectory.
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I cannot praise this album enough. This album is absolutely terrifying! The many starts and stops creates this very h settling tension. Each start expands on the stopper idea previously. It’s like the music equivalent of walking through thick fog while passing out multiple times throughout trying to find a place to orientate yourself. There may or may not be something sinister in that fog, but you don’t want to stick around to find out. Bought the vinyl so I summon the fog demons through spe showhornwithteeth