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Album Review

At the time of Mishap's release, Texans-turned-Chicagoans Lozenge had been making this kind of noise for ten years. This time around, they decided to release a live album. Lozenge plays caterwauling, free-range, experimental noise-core, and Mishap is full of chaotic, compelling, and sometimes compellingly abrasive explorations. The group's noise/metal/experimental compositions are spurred to life by oboe, Moog, accordion, tenor sax, guitar, and metal percussion, and their approach to improvisation can be as exhilarating as a free fall at times. "Bambam" is a collision between metallic clattering and bleating free jazz, while "Breaking the Chains" is almost linear at times, rumbling atop a pulsing bassline. The group also tackles the Birthday Party's "Big Jesus Trash Can." Lozenge is not for everyone, but those unhassled by radical improvisation and, well, noise will find Mishap a daring listen.

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