Obscure DIY post-punk synth-wave single from this Tampa, Florida, band who relocated in Boston.
There's some very no-wave sounding avant punk funk on here, the insanely scrambled "Ellis Otivator Dub" which -- with its spliced-up vocals, psychotic shards of electronic noise and piercing guitar over gut-pounding bass n spastic drums -- sounds like it could be off of <U>No New York</U> or a 99 Records release by Liquid Liquid or ESG or Bush Tetras. <P> And even more bizarre is the apparent inclusion four years before "Close (to the Edit)" of the same "Hey!" sample that The Art Of Noise used so famously in 1984, and The Prodigy later picked up for "Firestarter". Find the mp3 and listen closely, at 1:19 for that exact same "Hey!":