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Review | WHAT WE STARTED

There is a kindly type of chaos of clashes that I observe when listening to tracks from Melt-Banana. Not to suggest that I play their music frequently or willingly - I'm more into 90s Alternative and Poetic Acoustic songs - but whenever a good friend of mine from college brings them or any Noise Rock band up in conversation, I'll always seek out their work and give a gander. It's all such a breaking down of structure and data streams, either for the sake of it, out of frustration at control, and/or to aggressively mix up the norm in favor of discovering something that was hidden. It can be oh so beautiful.
If you read between the beats, of course. 
While Noise Rock itself isn't technically covered specifically in the documentary What We Started (now on Netflix), I do sense a spiritual origin tale that connects the two. This movie, from Bert Marcus & Cyrus Saidi, is all about the start, the evolution, the trials, the victories, and the potential future of electronic D…

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