Internal Use Only
~reviewed By Psionic
~Mmmmnnnn... Filled with Chewy Nougat.
What I love so much about Narc is how it spans all the boundaries of 'experimental' music, yet retains cohesion. Moron (The self-proclaimed 'shitworker' who constructs Narc) is unabashed in his love of noise, yet refuses to be bound in any way with his own material to the confines of what a 'noise' project should be. Thus, Narc does whatever it damn well pleases. Elements of rythmic powernoise, formless "Japanese-American-Noise-Treaty" fuzz, and droning dark-ambient are all to be found in abundance on 'Internal Use only', with one element stitching it all together... CLASS.
Narc is a classy project, stylistic in it's musings on political hypocrisy (while not being quite so preachy as say, David Thrussel), politely Canadian in it's self-flagellating violence ('Diagrammatic'), even an air of dignity whilst in the throes of introspection ('Veracity'). But while I wax poetic on the possibilities of interpretation with Narc, it remains a down-to-earth project... Yet another aspect to, err, respect. Self-released in the finest DIY tradition, 'Internal Use Only' is a shining example of what one can achieve if they're willing to just DO IT. And on top of that, it's a superb cd. So click your way over to industrial.org and hop on the bandwagon already.
Narc website/all around handy resource site: http://www.industrial.org