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Releases previously on A Beard of Snails Records, Egyptian Tea, House of Alchemy, cae-sur-a, Lava Church, Spleencoffin, Urine Soaked Rag, Whiteness & Pinkness (australia) and Teflon Beast.
"Very abstract noise by a Baltimore duo whose grasp of form is either highly advanced or non-existant. Using electro-diddlers whose identity I cannot even guess at, they create a very nicely evolving series of events that range from the almost-knowable (scratching at bricks, then lifting up a guitar perhaps?) to the vilely arcane (marching through machine gullies with whisper helmets?). Whatever they're doing, it has the same logic as a very stoned 3D chess player." Byron Coley reviewing our cassette Soil on House of Alchemy.
"Solid new tape from this Baltimore duo, who I've heard some dronier work by in the past. This is more free rock mode with squeedling electronics up top, something else that could well be an electric guitar and what sounds like a live drum kit being whacked in a very positivist mode. Lotsa work for just four hands." Byron Coley reviewing the cassette Witch State on Egyptian Tea.
"BOOM! a great tape here from the TEFLON BEAST tape label (whoa cool! that's JEFF DAILY'S label - a fellow cassette god!). i've never met jeff nor do i know anything about the dude, but he sent me an awesome tape by a baltimore based duo called MOLD OMEN. jeff explains on the TB website that SANBENITO (the tapes title) is a "penitential garment worn by heretics, especially during the spanish inquisition"… RAD! the tape feature 7 improvised (?) jams from two dudes named ANDY and MIKE (mysterious??). each track differs greatly, flowing seamlessly into one another, and covering many aesthetic and timbral qualities common in noisy, but tasteful, improv. my personal favorite tracks are the "folkier" ones - the jams with acoustic instruments - banjos, etc…
overall, this is a great tape and I enjoyed it thoroughly.. keep em coming jeff!" - Peter Negroponte on "Sanbenito", reviewed on Cassette Gods.