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If click-clack-front-and-back got you dancing, prepare to stand again, as the SPAZMODICS unleash an A.D.D trip through all the classic hits and pieces from the last 60 years that you never knew existed. If Hall & Oates had taken matches to puppies on stage while drinking milk and eating bacon, they would have sounded like this. Loud enough to attract complaints from your neighbors while smooth enough to entice them inside. With one hand on the volume and one eye on the door the spazmodics will take you on a mystical journey through "experimental music" via the hand holding guidance of tomm jones, the three stooges and many many other unwitting participants. Created and modified by swerve , the "other guy who doesn't mash glass against his face" who co-runs/co-owns/livesshitsandbreathes dual plover and one mathew landers (natures great creative and unsung force). Music for people with nothing better to do than listen to music and make a mess in their heads.



01 Spazz Intro 1:11
02 Boys Tumbling 1:34
03 Mud On The Turtle 2:14
04 An Unnatural Act 2:19
05 Mike 2:31
06 Giant Crow Man With Perm 2:33
07 Xmas Genitals 0:59
08 Whimsical Man Boobs 4:30
09 Kenith 2:51
10 Brad 1:50
11 Buffet 2:00
12 Jhoba 2:36
13 System Horse 3:14
14 Insulted Outro 4:13
15 Untitled 0:17


"This is a case of judging a book by its cover and actually getting to be right. So up yours mum. With a cheap demented digitally manipulated cut up of a cover you'd probably expect a cheap demented digitally manipulated cut up of sounds. And if you buy this album by the very classily named Spazzmodics then that's exactly what you'll get. A two-piece operating out of Sydney, Vermin Perm is their debut album where they torment and distort, strange burst of lofi shards of sound, off kilter drum machines and weird samples. Much of it doesn't makes sense, much of it is uncomfortable and wrong, much of it is gruelling and makes you want to wash afterwards. But then again they are operating with such humour and wrongness that you kind've want to give them a go. There are actually song structures here mashed together in frantic diseased attention span, ADD infused flurries of activity. It's all proudly lofi, a crazed broken carnival ride melding Venetian Snares with Faxed Head, then giggling hysterically at the confused torment it dishes out. It hurts you but you love it but it hurts you but you love it but it hurts you." - Bob Baker Fish


"Insane Sydney twosome the Spazzmodics release their debut album Vermin Perm on twisted local label Dual Plover. Constructing quirky sound pieces, some of which could even loosely fit the description of songs, they spread thorny sound bytes and highly irregular drum machine samples together to come up with one of the strangest musical sandwiches ever likely to get stuck in your windpipe. Despite the mysterious way the Spazzmodics go about making music, there is not much point seaching for meaning here. You gotta be taking some mighty fine drugs to find any among all that ambiguity." - BLUNT MAGAZINE.


"Wrapped in another vibrantly printed photo-collage booklet (a Dual Plover trademark perhaps?) is this short and fragmented set of collaged pop songs. Over a base of looped percussion this appropriately named Sydney-based duo add real, sampled and digital sounds, often shifting from lo-fi to hi- fi (and back again) in mid-song. Audio bits fly in and out almost at random, and tracks shift gear as soon as a groove is introduced or spoken word sample deployed. Over the first half of the disc the cumulative effect is deranged and hallucinatory- more along the lines of what a glitchy Boredoms might do than any mash-up styled deconstruction of pop tunes. Midway through the disc the tunes begin to display a quieter gentler side to the Spazzmodics, interspersing welcome snippets of silence around the sonic bits- which are in this instance melodic and almost pretty. A twisted sense of humor is displayed throughout- though they never get too wacky for their own good. There is a great photo of the duo (on the Dual Plover site) performing live-, which makes me wonder what sort of show these two put on." - angebase