When they put their suits on, they say, [B]Paul Martin[/B] and [B]Tyrrell[/B] become [a]Interfearence[/a]....More on
To that end, it's easy to view this project with scepticism: it could be so contrived, so - how do you say? - Gay Dad. But it's not, because like all dance acts worth their weight in bpms, Interfearence have nothing to say (save from wanting to take us to a magical place during the chunky house of 'Wonderland') and cater instead for the base instincts of the dancefloor.
It's a test of one's stamina, certainly. Over 70 strength-sapping minutes, Interfearence successfully infuse various rhythms - from tribal rumblings to mutant techno - with bristling Neu! guitar and rubber funk ('Religious Revolution') or, on 'Never Changes (Part Three)', meandering dub and hippy rhetoric. There are plenty of ideas on display here - more than enough to warrant the pair's extracurricular activity and silence the cynics - though a little editing wouldn't go amiss.
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