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A Fashionable Disease face off with Russia's Wozzeck to create just under one hour of experimental jazz mixed with various styles of extreme music such as grind, harsh noise, glitch, and hardcore punk.
The album kicks off with "I Like Trains" a sludgy punk song that makes use of various poly-rhythms over odd time signatures, coupled with a unison line played by a squealing saxophone before it breaks into a wild solo over a confusing, bizarre rhythmic pattern. The song is concluded by the first section played again with lyrics screamed brutally over a bluesy-jazz organ solo.
The second track, by Wozzeck is a free wheeling dynamic improvisation with two saxophonists, Ilia Belorukov and Dario Fariello. …