Records - Thee Moths
Glytchvölk Musique Concrete (Pet Piranha)
There’s a joyous impatience in the music Thee Moths make. Whether it’s on clipped, sweet acoustic jingles or powdery, brittle electronic cut ups or general strung out oddness is infectious. The songs swim into one another and the overall effect is slightly disorienting but highly enjoyable. The playful nature of their sound suggests they’re unlikely to be booking that slot on Later . . . with Jools Holland any time soon but for that we must be thankful. Any record that makes you check to see if the CD player is working right has got to be a good thing.