Rooted derogatively in the spirit of Nonesuch Records' pioneering steps into the foray of primitive avant garde in the early 1960s, Tarantismo Summit ushers in a new age of reclamation of the broken and damaged arts, coercing the music enthusiasts of the present day to expand their horizons and explore new territories, still unfamiliar, yet unwavering.
A satellite of unspeakable desecration in the free-jazz stratosphere of the '70s underground, Smegma is and were a pivotal point of aural disgust to many, and an unrequited love for the rest of the outsider population screaming for dissonance and catastrophe of modern sound.
K.K. Rampage have lived in the squalor of Chicago's most egregious forbidden zones for years without sunlight or nourishment, and their inclusion is defaulted in their steadfast stance of perpetuating mental decay, along with an inherent unhinged velocity of self-destruction.
The Floridian influence on this damaged crop of poisoned sprouts comes in the larval state of Insect Joy, a duo of crustaceous origin who obliterate the tranquility of a Gulf Coast sunset with a barbaric and drilling groove of mindless gravel-toned noise.
The last nail in the coffin, in an electric storm of ghastly proportions, Ghost Moth vilify an age-old premise where confusion of sound and disruption of parallax combine to create a horrendous vision of a world turned inside out.
K.K. Rampage Tarantismo Summit Vol. 1 Track Listing:
1. Smegma – Between Two Worlds
2. K.K. Rampage – As Colors Fail
3. K.K. Rampage – No Sign Of The Sun Returning
4. K.K. Rampage – A Little Blood On The Curtains
5. K.K. Rampage – Dark Voices, Calling Out
6. K.K. Rampage – Touch Of The Serpent
7. Insect Joy – Cursoria
8. Insect Joy – White Pony
9. Insect Joy – Windrills
10. Ghost Moth – Hamas Movements 1&2