Divide and Dissolve is noise. Pure, unadulterated noise. But a non-aggressive kind that challenges the masculine- dominated world of guitar and drum. It’s the soundtrack to an epiphany. This is noise as introspection, as reflection, as explanation. It morphs the urban architecture with its voluminous frequencies and serves to illuminate the greater metaphor of their name; divide and dissolve, don’t conquer or overtake. Use radical softness as a weapon to change the patriarchy.
If you want to feel noise envelope you, or hear an alto-sax used unironically in a way I’m sure you’ve never heard before, please go see them live. At the very least, listen here: