Self-released in may 2011. 44 minutes of spurts coming from a hacked remote control. Nukie, a TV-addict. Offset Cover, 3 different B&W offset inlets, edition of 287.
Mastered By Rashad Bekker.
Vital Weekly 802 review: “Quite wild music, which has its origins in the world of improvised music but leans towards noise. There is a fair amount of loud and distorted sounds, stemming from looped chunks of sound, feedback from microphones/saxophones and lo-fi electronics screaming about. But its not just a record of pure noise per se. Balinese Beast use the element of dynamics very well. Chopping up their sound, making them into a vibrant collage of sound, moving back and forth in the dynamic spectrum. Played with the energy of a punk band I’d say, screaming, loud, vicious, but entirely existing in the world of improvisation and noise. At times reminding me, no doubt because of the saxophone, of Borbetomagus. A record that takes all your energy away, leaving the listener tired behind. This band must be great in concert: on record they come across pretty well already”.