Kawabata Makoto is not going to make things easy for you. I knew there was a very familiar sound to this, but I didn’t know which Japanoise rock band he had devolved from. Was it Boris ? Or Ghost ? Neither. He is the mainstay of Acid Mother’s Temple and I have to admit first of that I am not very familiar with the band because I can’t know everything (even though I’m trying). The only Acid Mother’s temple album I have is “Magical Power from Mars” because it had an awesome hologram of a spaceship on the front. It’s pretty good but this is a very different affair. Extremely noisy, fuzzy garage rock that is spaced out into extended jams that frequently devolve into a noisy squall of guitar picking and scratching that would qualify as solos if they weren’t so intentionally deconstructed. It’s not just noise though and the garage band feel and production gives it a necessary structure, while the feedback and ear piercing squalls project it into avant garde experimental territory. With ghostly wails and proto punk elements the whole thing fits together well and if you’re a fan of the bands I mentioned above (particularly Boris) then this should sit well with you. If not your neighbours.